By Mohammed Waseem
How would money transfer companies look at bill pay? Just as another category in money transfer. Yes, the trend of cross-border bill pay is starting and companies are looking to grab the opportunity and become the pioneers. We learnt that such a company called BlueKite that was acquired by Xoom Corporation, then we learnt about Money Move IT, both of which offer overseas bill pay.
In this article, we will learn further about Xoom’s plans after acquiring BlueKite. As planned, they will offer bill pay services to Mexico, Guatemala, El Salvador, Nicaragua and the Dominican Republic. They are launching it this November with an aim to broaden their relationship with their customers. Connecting the latter to their families better is a great step to gain customer loyalty, and for long term. This is what they are looking forward to, from this service.
They have proven to be among the fastest and the most reliable money transfer services in the United States, the new service makes them further better. They have now declared the pricing for the bills paid by using this service; it is $2.99 per bill paid, in addition to a foreign exchange fee. Considering that it is cross-border payment, this fee is reasonable.
Xoom customers will also get real time account balances and pay one or multiple bills instantly. Xoom has huge expectations from this product and so do their customers. They must work on adding more countries to the supported countries list. Additionally, in order to expand, they must introduced their services in other countries as well where people can send money from.