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How does Pay with Google Work?

How does Pay with Google Work?

First announced at Google’s I/O conference last May, Pay with Google aims to simplify the money transfer process for billions of consumers around the world.
By Marisa Fasciano | Wednesday, November 1st, 2017 | News
How to Open a Bank Account in the UK

How to Open a Bank Account in the UK

There are many daunting aspects of relocating to a foreign country, but how you transfer and hold your money needn’t be one of them. Read our tips for setting up a UK bank account.
By Marisa Fasciano | Tuesday, October 24th, 2017 | Personal
How Can Your Business Accept Venmo?

How Can Your Business Accept Venmo?

Venmo started out solely as a peer-to-peer money transfer app.  But now this popular, PayPal-owned platform is making significant inroads into retail.
By Marisa Fasciano | Saturday, October 21st, 2017 | Business
Sending Money Online to Mexico

Sending Money Online to Mexico

What you should know about transferring money to Mexico: how to pick the right provider and the Trump administration's effect on remittances.
By Marisa Fasciano | Tuesday, September 26th, 2017 | Personal

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