Tobi Amusan becomes ambassador for $end Mobile by Flutterwave
To facilitate easier and faster money transfers from the diaspora to Africa, Flutterwave, the continent’s leading payments technology company, has released Sendmobile.
Send Mobile, an app that can be downloaded from both Google Play and the App Store works to enhance the user’s experience by facilitating the swift and secure transfer of funds to their intended recipient despite any roadblocks.
Tobi Amusan, the current holder of the women’s 100-meter hurdles world record in Nigeria, has been appointed as the $endmobile Ambassador by Flutterwave owing to the company’s similar ideals with Amusan and her reputation for speed and persistence.
IOS devices can now make purchases directly from their mobile wallets thanks to Apple Pay, and there is also a new voucher code section that lets users print voucher cards and keep track of their activities in real-time.
“Amazingly, Tobi is $end’s ambassador,” stated Olugbenga “GB” Agboola, Founder and CEO of Flutterwave. Given her speed and efficiency on the tracks, as well as Sendmobile’s quickness in executing cross-border transfers, I’d say it’s a fantastic fit.
Flutterwave was granted a switching and processing license by the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) in September. Having this prestigious license will enable the company to offer payment cards to customers directly, in addition to processing financial transactions for other fintech companies and financial institutions.
At the time, the company was having regulatory problems in Kenya due to an investigation into allegations of card fraud and money laundering by the Asset Recovery Body, the country’s anti-corruption agency (ARA). Flutterwave has denied the allegations, which led a Kenyan court to freeze the company’s funds.