EASYLINK Money Transfer is the First Remittance Company in Nepal. Incorporated in 1999 and is licensed to provide from the Nepal Rastra Bank (Central Bank of Nepal).
EasyLink Remittance (P.) Ltd. was the first remittance company in Nepal. After EasyLink was established in 1999 we became the first authorized MoneyGram® agent in the country and immediately introduced the MoneyGram® service. Now several companies are working for MoneyGram® & Western Union, because of that remittance businesses are playing an increasingly large role in the economic development of Nepal. It is contributing to economic growth and development that benefits the poor people. Things boomed and it soon became clear that remittance would be a major income for Nepal.
Ever since its establishment, EasyLink has become a real boon for those who reside & work overseas who wish to send money home. Whether you need to send money home for personal or business purposes, visit a MoneyGram® office near by you and find yourself happy. MoneyGram® is a global leader in money transfer services, it stands out in the marketplace as the low-cost money option. Through the MoneyGram® network of more than 227,000 agent locations, customers can wire cash quickly, reliably, conveniently and at attractive prices to almost anywhere on Earth.
We are always here to get your money reach its destination in a much safer, faster and reliable way.
Easylink managed by qualified, experienced, dedicated and successful bankers, finance management expertise and young innovative people. Easylink is being a leading remittance company in Nepal, which has been providing its service since last 20 years.
Easylink Money Transfer offers fund remittance transfer services to broad-based customer groups of workers, businesses and individuals. The vision of the Company is to be a Remittance Service Provider of choice locally, regionally and globally.
The main objective of company is to deliver quality remittance services at affordable fee. We also create value through strategic alliances with foreign banks and remittance companies thus creating a wide network globally.