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Liberian Owned Remittance
Platform To Be Launched Soon
…Receives License From CBL

By Bill W. Cooper
In an effort to make Liberia’s economy cashless, a new remittance platform named ‘eWallie’ is expected to be launched in the country by the beginning of December of this year.
The platform which is a 100 percent Liberian owned is an electronic wallet and payment platform that is used to send and pay bills, buy goods and services, as well as do online shopping, pay salaries, hospital bills and school fees among others.
The remittance platform according to the Chief Executive Officer, Abdullah L. Kamara is a member of the Tama Company incorporated, which has now finally received its license from the Central Bank of Liberia (CBL) to operate as a legally registered business in Liberia.
Addressing a team of journalists at his Tama office in Congo Town, Kamara stated that the Fintech Mobile Company is created to do a long term development services in the financial industry of Liberia.
The Tama CEO indicated that the primary aim and objective of his company is to elevate the financial inclusion of Liberians by focusing on the under-served population, disclosing that the company will shortly extend its operation to other Mano River Union countries as part of its short term plans.
According to him, the mobile Fintech Company will also support resellers and distributors including SATCON utility bills so as to enable key services of financial transactions to have the opportunity of complete cash flow management.
“The financial electronic wallet payment platform will also engage in dual currency exchange program instead of only dealing with POS payment on eWallie App,” he stressed.
“Since 2008, eWallie has been operating on small scale since its operational license was still in process by the Central Bank of Liberia until recently in September the government of Liberia through the Central Bank was able to grant its go-ahead operational license which will create the opportunity to give jobs to hundreds of Liberians in the electronic Fintech wallet payment company,” the Tama CEO emphasized.
Mr. Kamara stated further that the financial electronic wallet payment platform which is a 100 percent Liberian owned company is determined to have a positive growth in the industry, something he said will create the reliance of independence and have a much more stronger grip on the Liberian economy before allowing international investment partnership to have a share of collaboration in the Fintech industry.
Meanwhile, Kamara has also revealed further that quick, easy and fast registration process of the platform is intended to enable clients or the public have access on how to download the eWallie App from the Google play store and create an account by clicking on business and personal details.
“At the same time, you enter your personal details including business details (but restricted to only businesses followed by your security details that will verify a code such as electronic ID card and a secret pin code that thieves or criminals can access, even if it is misplaced or whatever the case might be,” the Tama CEO averred.

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