Us Worldfirst Is No More. What That Means to You.

Well-known money transfer company, WorldFirst, discontinued their US operations on January 29th, 2019. Only US users are affected. Users outside of the US can still use WorldFirst. As of February 20th, from 4:00 pm, current WorldFirst US users won’t be able to utilize the online bank. WorldFirst US has been rebranded, and is operating independently of World First Group as Omega. If account holders have payments pending, these will be processed. However, no new transactions or deposits will be accepted. WorldFirst shuts down US operations. WorldFirst is an online, worldwide money transaction service. Its users have been transferring money, internationally and hassle-free, since its debut in 2004. And due to its low exchange rates, WorldFirst has been a great way for US sellers to pay international suppliers or freelancers. Fast forward 15 years and, if you’re a WorldFirst client like me, this popped up on our screens: WorldFirst US ceased all US operations. This doesn’t affect any other WorldFirst-compatible countries though. If you’re using WorldFirst in one of the following countries, don’t worry! Nothing is changing for you. You can continue using WolrdFirst as your usual money transfer tool, and you can continue sending (and receiving) money to any US-based users. … Read More

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