Over the past decade or so, JN International Money Transfer has built itself into a global brand with a network of over 8,000 branch and agent locations across the world facilitating transfers between countries in North America, Europe, Africa and the Caribbean.
With a solid foothold in Toronto, the company is slowly reaching out across Canada and has its eyes set on Montreal to offer local households and businesses opportunities to transfer funds, send it directly to financial institutions in Jamaica, pay bills in Jamaica, or send mobile credit to over 90 countries around the world.
A spokesperson says they’re currently looking for agents in the city who are capable and prepared to offer the high standard of service that the company has become known for.
Among the businesses identified as best suited to offer the service are convenience stores, travel agents, Internet cafes, hairdressers/barbers, take-out restaurants and retail outlets.
JN International Money Transfer will provide the training, the support and maintenance of systems and equipment and businesses stand to benefit extensively with cash commissions and increased customer flow.
The company estimates that businesses can earn up to an additional $36,000 a year in commission payments.
Officials from JN International Money Transfer will be at Jamaica Day on July 9 at Parc Jean Drapeau, prepared to meet with interested businesses.