Western Union Extends Direct-to-Bank Service

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1:29 PM EST January 29th, 2013

Western Union has announced it has extended its Direct-to-Bank Service to China and Canada. This will allow Chinese customers to receive money into their bank accounts from the Western Union site in the UK. This service will be extended to additional sending countries over the next few months. In Canada, customers can also now send money to bank accounts via this service for the first time on westernunion.com from 23 countries into bank accounts in up to 46 countries depending on country-specific regulations.

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