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BP offers 24/7 money transfers

Western Union’s Asia Pacific GM Molly Shea demostrates the new terminals, to be rolled out in BP stores nationwide.

Customers looking to make an international money transfer will be able to find the service in BP fuel outlets, thanks to a new agreement with Western Union.

The convenient new money transfer service will roll out in 302 BP stores around Australia, providing 24/7 access.

Western Union general manager for Asia Pacific Molly Shea said the company was very pleased to announce the collaboration with BP Australia.

“The ability to innovate and expand our self-service money transfer offering across retail and digital channels is key to Western Union’s success,” she said.

“From expatriates sending money for mortgage payments, international students for repaying loans, to workers for supporting families back home, consumers today are looking for different options to send money with reliability and ease.

“Whether it be bank-to-bank, through web, kiosk, app-to-cash or cash-to-cash, Western Union’s diverse array of channels are well positioned to meet these needs.”

BP Australia vice president of sales and marketing Brooke Miller said the new service would allow customers to transfer money when it best suits them.

“In today’s world, convenience is key and providing our customers with offers that make their lives easier is at the heart of what we do,” she said.

Odilon Almeida Western Union, Hikmet Ersek Western Union, with Andy Holmes BP and Western Union GM (APAC) Molly Shea.

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