Contribute to financial inclusion in the rural world
Cash to Cash
Classic money transfer from a persan or physical to another physical persan.
Cash to Account
Designed for migrants, it allows to transfer money directly into a bank account original, from the OUICKCASH network.
Simulate your transfer
QuickCash is currently available in these countries:
- Ivory Coast
- Burkina Faso
Living far from his family is not easy as a man and it is my duty to fulfil my family needs. With Quickcash, I do not worry anymore, because sending money to my family has never been so easy for as much as the transactions fees are very affordable.
I heard about Quickcash from a friend of mine who used to transfer money through it, then I decided to give it a try. Until now, I do not use any other money transfer company anymore because of the agencies which are very easy to access
As I arrived Côte D’Ivoire, I had to face an issue. I had lost my luggage with all my credit cards and stuff. With QuickCash network, I was able to receive money from France and, fortunately, a few days later someone contacted me to give back my luggage undamaged
To give you a better money transfer experience
Quickcash at the World Forum on Human Rights in Morocco
After Brazil took place in Morocco from 27 to 30 November 2014, the second edition of the World Forum on Human Rights. This Forum gathered over 4 days over 8000 participants on various topics concerning Human Rights.
Quickcash participates in a workshop on the theme: "The agricultural sector faces the challenges of climate change"
On November 21, 2014, at the initiative of CGECI (General Confederation of Enterprises of Côte d'Ivoire) and UNEMAF (The Union of Agricultural and Forestry Enterprises) was held at the Maison de l'Entreprise, located on the plateau, an information and awareness workshop for the agricultural sector. The themes were related to the impact of climate change on agriculture and adaptation and mitigation strategies.
QuickCash at the Lille forum on RSE
The 8th edition of the International Forum of Lille, opened from 21 to 24 October 2014 to an audience of more than 6,000 participants around 9 major challenges: The resources of science and technology, employment, inequalities, education, demography, finance, information and territories. The Opening and Closing Ceremonies saw the participation of precursors of the social business, Pr YUNUS MUHAMMAD Nobel Peace Prize and TONY MELOTO.