Liberia: eWallie Boosts Online Payments with its Mobile App

By : Adoni Conrad Quenum

Date : mercredi, 03 avril 2024 11:09

Launched by a tech entrepreneur whose mission is to facilitate online transactions, the solution was licensed by the Central Bank of Liberia, in October 2021.

Liberian startup eWallie, founded by Abdullah Kamara in 2021, has developed a fintech solution that allows users to send and receive money, pay bills, purchase goods and services, shop online, and pay salaries.

The mobile application, available on Android and iOS, enables users to access a range of fintech services once they download the application and complete the account creation process. Notably, eWallie features a digital wallet that facilitates these operations.

This mobile fintech company will engage in hospital bills and school fees payment services across the country. However, we will also support resellers and distributors including SATCON utility bills to enable key services of financial transactions to have the opportunity of complete cash flow management,” Kamara said in 2021 when he secured a central bank approval for the fintech solution.

The startup has integrated its platform with several local banks and supports Visa and Mastercard, allowing customers to easily top up their wallets and conduct transactions without the need for an agent. This integration also simplifies the process of transferring cash directly to and from bank accounts.

For businesses, eWallie offers services such as salary payment, payment receipt, and stock management. Since its launch, its Android app has been downloaded over 10,000 times, according to data from the Play Store.

Adoni Conrad Quenum


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