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At Intrajasa we recognise the vital part co-operatives play in the Indonesian Community, offering vital financial services to those who would otherwise be unbanked.
It is our intention to become part of that remarkable community and to offer services of real value that genuinely help those who have not traditionally had access to digital payment services. This can benefit people in many ways:
• Receive money from migrant family and friends
• Send money to family
• Domestic transactions for goods and services
Indonesia is the world’s 15th biggest country made up of some 17,000 islands across the archipelago. Its diverse geography and rural nature makes money transfer difficult. Intrajasa simplifies that by virtue of its close links with the country’s co-operatives.