Money Transfers

  • PayPal to lock out Thai users at end of month

    Most PayPal users in Thailand will be locked out of the service next month unless they jump through a series of complex and quite silly hoops that are intelligible only to Thai citizens. After a year of nothing but statements, PayPal told customers this morning that they cannot use the service after December 15 unless they take “certain actions” that,…

  • International money transfers made fast, secure and transparent with DeeMoney Neo App

    Sponsored With the pandemic boosting the global digital economy and accelerating cross-border payments, people are constantly looking for hassle-free modes of transaction. However, finding the right and trustworthy financial service can be challenging due to cumbersome procedures and money lost to hidden charges and exchange rates. DeeMoney, Thailand’s #1 Fintech specialising in cross-border payments, aims to address these pain points…

  • DeeMoney Unveils its Neobank Transformation Roadmap

    Press Release SawasdeeShop Co., Ltd, branded as DeeMoney, Thailand’s leading and fastest-growing fintech company specializing in cross-border payments, recently announced its readiness to transform into a full-fledged independent neobank with the upcoming launch of licensed cross-currency e-wallet services in Q1/2023. DeeMoney’s move to expand its financial product offerings and become a neobank is in response to the evolving demands of…

  • Transfer money from Thailand to banks overseas fast with DeeMoney

    Press Release DeeMoney Looking for a better and easier solution for sending money overseas from Thailand? Look no further, than DeeMoney! The problems people face with the traditional and modern-day banking system is that its expensive, opaque and usually involves a lot of intermediaries. Before your money reaches your overseas bank account, you sometimes don’t realise how much money has…

  • How cross-border payments fintechs like DeeMoney are empowering the gig economy

    Press Release Even before COVID-19 changed the world of work forever, there was a trend towards a greater reliance on freelancers. In fact, they now make up 35 per cent of the global workforce – that’s about 1.1 billion people. Unsurprisingly, that number has been skyrocketing during the pandemic, with a growth of 24% recorded in just a single quarter…