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Atomtrans Tech Corp. to open Remittance Branch soon in Clark Global City

Fintech company Atomtrans Tech Corp. (ATC) is taking another big step towards achieving an innovative financial ecosystem in the country. After securing its strategic cooperation with China UnionPay Electronic Payment and Co., Ltd and exclusively representing its Philippine-China remittance products, the company is now set to open its first remittance branch located in The Medical City Clark, Pampanga.

Atomtrans Tech Corp. to open Remittance Branch soon in Clark Global City

Atomtrans Tech Corp. offers various blockchain-based payment solutions and is duly licensed by the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP). ATC Remittance, one of the company’s services, aims to provide an efficient remittance channel from the Philippines to Asia, and vice versa. Utilizing the ATC Remittance application, remitters can send money at the convenience of their own phones instead of waiting in line for hours as practiced in traditional remittance.

The company’s Clark branch is the first of many to come, aimed at offering an accessible yet convenient space for clients to do their remittance. Clients can deposit and withdraw at ATC branches, in addition to the option of depositing or withdrawing at partner banking institutions. With these offline elements complementing the online application process, sending money abroad is made smoother than ever.

Atomtrans Tech Corp. to open Remittance Branch soon in Clark Global City

ATC’s Clark remittance branch is set to open on the last week of May 2020. To know more, please visit rem.atcc.pro.

Topics: Atomtrans Tech Corp. , China UnionPay Electronic Payment and Co. Ltd , Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas
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