Unistream international money transfer system’s new branch in St. Petersburg has begun servicing customers. The office is located in the ‘Narodniy’ shopping centre at 14, Hochimina street, and is open seven days a week, from 10.00 to 21.30. Customers can not only send and receive money transfers but also make various kinds of payments, repay loans and exchange currency.
Unistream already offers its services at over 400 locations in St. Petersburg through its own network of service points, in branches of Fora-Bank, Gazenergobank and Russian Agricultural Bank, and in MTS salons. But as Unistream continues to attract more and more customers every day, expanding the network is an urgent task. In terms of the number of labour migrants from neighbouring countries, St. Petersburg and the Leningrad Region occupy second place in Russia.
“To provide financial assistance to their families, labour migrants make active use of Unistream’s services. Our task is to provide each client with a service point in a place that is convenient for them,” said Unistream CEO Kirill Palchun. “We are therefore opening new offices in places with good transport links, including popular shopping centres. As we expand the network, we are literally moving closer to customers.”