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UAE Exchange offers Western Union services in Uganda
Publish Date: Jul 09, 2014
UAE Exchange offers Western Union services in Uganda
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UAE Exchange, the leading global remittance and foreign exchange brand joins hands with Western Union, the leading instant money transfer service to add more convenience to its customers.

Now customers can walk in to any of the UAE Exchange branches in the country and send money to their loved ones via Western Union to over 500,000 locations in more than 200 countries.

UAE Exchange in Uganda also offers a wide array of services including Bank Transfers, Instant Money Transfers, Instant Bank Transfers, Associate Branch Transfers and Forex.

The remittance major also has a strong tie up with Xpress Money and Money Gram for Instant Money Transfers.
 For more details, visit any of our branches or dial 0414232952. You can also log on to our website for more details

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