360° Coverage : First UNISTREAM Service Outlet Launched in Karlovy Vary

First UNISTREAM Service Outlet Launched in Karlovy Vary

The first office of the UNISTREAM international money transfer system was launched in Karlovy Vary, the spa capital of the Czech Republic, on the basis of MoneyPolo, UNISTREAM’s largest partner in the country.

Oct 9 2013, 9:28am CDT | by PR.com

Karlovy Vary, Czech Republic, October 09, 2013 --(PR.com)-- The UNISTREAM service outlet is located in the Drahovice district, Vitezna street 20, near the historic center of the city. The office is open six days a week, Monday to Saturday. On weekdays, the office is open from 10:00 to 19:00; on Saturday, the office is open from 11:00 to 16:00.

Now residents and visitors of Karlovy Vary can take advantage of a wide range of possibilities with the UNISTREAM international payment system. Money transfers are available in more than 100 countries worldwide. The lower threshold of fees for money transfers from the Czech Republic is 1.3% of the amount transferred.

Karlovy Vary is one of the most famous resorts in Central Europe popular all over the world and especially in Russia and the CIS. For customers from these countries, UNISTREAM offers an option of addressless money transfers to the Czech Republic (you can get the money at any service outlet in the country).

“Addressless money transfers abroad are a very convenient option. You do not have to worry about your relatives during their stay in the Czech Republic. At any time, you can transfer money to them, and they can get them at any UNISTREAM office in the Czech Republic,” says Kirill Palchun, UNISTREAM Acting Chairman of the Management Board.

Today, the chain of UNISTREAM offices in the Czech Republic includes 38 service outlets.

According to the UNISTREAM analytical center, the volume of money transfers from the Czech Republic to Russia and vice versa is increasing. In H1 2013, the System’s turnover in this area increased by 29% vs. H1 2012.

Analysts say this positive trend is the result of the development of Russian-Czech business relations and the development of cultural tourism and educational migration: the popularity of foreign education is growing among Russians.

Other popular destinations for money transfers from the Czech Republic include the CIS countries such as Ukraine, Moldova and others. This implies a growing labor migration from the CIS countries to Central Europe.

“Money transfer is a popular service in Karlovy Vary, where the number of clients from Russia and the CIS countries is growing. We are offering our customers the UNISTREAM service as we are confident in this high reliability system confirmed by a bank guarantee,” says Nikolay Rozhok, CEO of MoneyPolo in the Czech Republic.

“Developing the network in Czech Republic is one of the growth opportunities for the UNISTREAM system in Central Europe. Thanks to the partnership our largest partner in the country - MoneyPolo with whom the launched a new service outlet in Karlovy Vary we are closer to our goal. Given the extended hours, the full range of remittance and payment services, convenient location (the office is located just 5 minutes from the historic center of the city), we are confident that the new UNISTREAM location at Money Polo office will become an example of business operations excellence and the high quality of customer service,” says Kirill Palchun.

Contact Information:
UNISTREAM Commercial Bank
Ksenia Chernysheva
+7 (495) 684-43-76
Contact via Email

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