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UK-based fintech startup Sendit wants to fix remittance inequality across the world

For years, people living in developed countries have enjoyed low money transfer fees when sending funds to their families and friends in developing countries.
UK-based fintech startup Sendit wants to fix remittance inequality across the world

For years, people living in developed countries have enjoyed low money transfer fees when sending funds to their families and friends in developing countries.

Unfortunately, for those living in developing countries, this is not the case.

That's why London-based fintech startup Sendit is launching to fix this remittance inequality anomaly. While most companies are targeting remittance to Africa and other developing regions, Sendit says it will initially focus on enabling remittance from Nigeria to the United Kingdom, and later to the EU, the US and the rest of Africa.

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