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JN Money Transfer not suspended in St. James
2012-08-09 09:30:19 | (0 Comments)
Deputy general manager of the Jamaica National Building Society (JNBS),
Carlton Barclay said the company is concerned about the lottery scam in Montego Bay and has maintained checks and balances to mitigate against the misuse of its system for illicit activities.
In a release, Barclay said the company’s subsidiary JN Money Services (JNMS) Limited, which operates the JN Money Transfer brand, has not suspended its services in St. James.
He said JNMS ensures that its employees are vigilant and encourages customers to be on the lookout for questionable activities.
JN Money Transfer operates from three locations in Montego Bay.
The JNBS release comes on the heels of an order from Western Union International to temporarily shut down its 14 locations in Montego Bay arising from security concerns related to the lottery scam.
GraceKennedy Money Services, which operates Western Union outlets in Jamaica, said earlier this week that a team has commenced work on a system to address the security issues.
The branches are expected to be closed for no more than two weeks.
Source: The Gleaner/Power 106 News
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