Thursday 4th June 2020

COVID-19 Lockdown Nepal: NIC ASIA Eases Remittance Service

The NIC ASIA has collaborated with WorldRemit and OrbitRemit to aid its customers during lockdown.
Business

Coronavirus

Government

News

US-Nepalis

 
COVID-19 Lockdown Nepal: NIC ASIA Eases Remittance Service

With the indefinite nationwide lockdown imposed by the Nepali Government to minimize the spread of coronavirus, the citizens are facing financial issues as they are restrained from visiting banks.

Especially, the Nepali migrant workers residing across the world are facing hardships to conduct money transactions with their families in Nepal.

In the need of the hour, the NIC ASIA Bank, WorldRemit and OrbitRemit have come together to aid the customers facilitating them to send and receive money from more than 50 countries through online services.

The online transaction facility is available with any bank service. And, the remittance sender and receiver are now not required to visit physical banks.

The customers can login to www.worldremit.com/en/Nepal and www.orbitremit.com/ to transact the money.

Meanwhile, the NIC Asia Bank has deployed ‘Customer help desk’ in all seven Provinces amid this uncertain situation to provide 24 hours banking services to its customers across the country.

So far, Nepal has reported only nine coronavirus positive cases. However, the government has extended the nationwide lockdown until April 15, 2020 as the country has entered the second stage of coronavirus transmission.

As of now, the coronavirus has spread to 209 countries and territories around the world and has infected 1,523,304 people while claiming 88,846 lives.

Stay Tuned to Nepali Sansar for Live News Updates on COVID-19!

April 9, 2020 |

 
The buddha life journey and significance
 
 

 

Subscribe to our Newsletter

Sign up for more inspiring latest news, events, tourism, and more from Nepalisansar.

Read previous post:
‘Lady Gaga’ Raises USD 35 Mn to Combat COVID-19

While the countries across the world are grappling to stave off the coronavirus pandemic, many organizations,…Read more

Close