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Due to the growing financial awareness of the people, alternative money transfer platforms are coming more and more popular. At first, their popularity arose among abroad working people, who send money to their relatives or pay taxes. In recent years, the circle of legal entities using these services has also grown greatly. More and more people are searching for ways, not to overpay for banks and choose to make money transactions, by using money transfer platforms. In Lithuania, such platforms are quite a new innovation, but their initiative and obvious benefits attract bigger and bigger number of users, a press release from TurboTransfers states.
A new money transfer startup goes to market donating its income for social campaign
© DELFI / Karolina Pansevič

The development manager of the money transfer platform "TurboTransfers" Inga Lisauskienė, expressed her opinion about prices of international transfers: "Everyone should plan their budget wisely, allocating funds according to the priorities -both in the business, and in the private sector. Any commission tax is not and should not be a priority. Choosing not to pay big commission taxes is one of the smart options for saving money. It does not downgrade the quality of our services or products, and the amounts that everyone may pay for banks can be used more wisely - investing back in the business".

A socially responsible business

There are such periods in which profitability should not be a priority. Both the businessmen and the newcomers in Lithuania, willingly engage in public campaigns, demonstrating that we are living in a socially responsible society, where personal benefit is not always the most important thing. The starter "TurboTransfers" which recently launched on the market, offers not only favorable conditions for money transfer, but also obliges to donate the profit, earned during the festive period, for children living under bad conditions.

"By understanding our social duties and responsibilities, we decided to designate our income to the project "Children's dreams". After consulting with the collective we chose this project. Every employee makes a contribution by taking care of the fulfillment of children's dreams. Such moments not only increase the mutual relations between colleagues, but also make them think not selfishly. When you can do something good - do it. We understand that we could not fulfill so many dreams, without the help of our clients. Every our client contributes to the fulfillment of the dreams, by using our services. All commission taxes earned during the festive period for international transfers, will be devoted for this project", said Inga Lisauskienė, the development manager of TurboTransfers.

Lithuanians living abroad willingly engage in such public campaigns. A lot of people, who are not able to return home for great celebration, are looking for ways to remember relatives, friends and even strangers who need help. An every ear growing people's initiative in such campaigns shows how much we are moving forward.

LLC TT Express , the user of the "TurboTransfers" trademark, is a licensed money transfer company, supervised by the Bank of Lithuania. The main activity of the company - is the fast and cheap international money transfer for both natural and legal entities.

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