Archive for the ‘Remittance methods’ Category

Generational Thinker

Posted: 27th April 2015 by admin in Remittance methods

10 Steps to Teaching Your Kids to Become Entrepreneurs 1) Goal setting is vital for future success Teaching your children how to set and accomplish their goals is a fun and exciting activity! Did you know that written goals are over 80 percent more likely to be achieved? Imagine the possibilities! How to teach: Ask […]

Valuing the Differences

Posted: 20th April 2015 by admin in Remittance methods

Sometime we need to look at thing at a different angle , its not all of us who are capable of doing the same thing. We are born with different talent , and at there is a moment in life when you realise that your difference can make a change . A change in this […]

7 Habits “Quotes”

Posted: 15th April 2015 by admin in Remittance methods

“Writing is another powerful way to sharpen the mental saw.   Keeping a journal of our thoughts, experiences, insights, and learnings promotes mental clarity, exactness, and context. Writing good letters — communicating on the deeper level of thoughts, feelings, and ideas rather than on the shallow,superficial level of events — also affects our ability to think […]

Take a look at the picture below.       What do you see? Poor Kids, cute faces, scruffy hair, blondish hair, tone clothes, beautiful smile. Look at the picture one more. may be you didn’t realise well that the kids have titles,did you? well done if you did.   Do you think is just […]

Collecting USD in Zimbabwe

Posted: 9th April 2015 by admin in Remittance methods

Mukuru Text-a-CA$H So many have been wondering how they can receive funds a friend or spouse when they run low on spending while visiting Harare from Europe. Or suppose you had decided to extend your stay and been wondering how you can get easy access to utilise your funds avoiding the unbearable cost of VISA, […]

Western Union Corporate Citizenship

Posted: 6th April 2015 by admin in Remittance methods

Western Union is hard at work to identify productive ways of giving back to the communities in which they do business. Every day, somewhere in the world, Western Union employees are involved in making a donation, raising funds or volunteering time and resources to support the communities in which our consumers live and work. We’re […]

How to register with Mukuru.com

Posted: 3rd April 2015 by admin in Remittance methods

Required Documents to get fully registered Due to HMRC UK Laws and Regulations, Mukuru.com is obligated to obtain a certified copy of our customer’s passport (photo page) as well as proof of address once their accumulated expenditure has reached a certain level. Unfortunately faxed copies of such documents are unacceptable by UK law – so […]

 New Ways To Connect With Customers “If I go back just a year and a half, our social strategy was very basic and care-oriented.  So we started focusing on what we call in-between engagement (engaging with our customers in between the times they are sending money), because on average a cross-border money mover might send money […]

Facebook and High school Student

Posted: 24th March 2015 by admin in Remittance methods

When Mark Zuckerberg introduced facebook in 2004, he had intentions of connecting people together with his social network platform, but now it has negative impact on some of our teens who are misusing the platform. Social network language has an effect in communication across the globe especially the use of slang  like IDK(i dont know), […]

Evolution vs creation

Posted: 16th March 2015 by admin in Remittance methods

let me begin by saying i am all futuristic in my approach to life and i aim to see things differently in almost anything and everything in life. but after all has been said and done there is but one area that I draw the line on, and that would be on that is the […]