PNC Online Banking Launches Banking in Haiti
Bank of Hope, a PNC online banking company, is opening a banking service in Haiti in partnership with the Central Bank of Haiti.
The Haitian Central Bank (BCH) and Bank of Providence have teamed up to offer online banking services to Haitians in Haiti through the PNC Bank.
BHC will be providing services for Haitians to make payments in the country.
BCH is also providing a credit card with a 5% interest rate and a 30-day return policy.
In addition to offering online banking access to Haitias, PNC is offering other banking services in Haiti.
According to a press release, Pnc Bank can offer a full range of services to its customers including:A financial account management and monitoring service for Haitias who do not have a bank account;Free online banking for all Haitians.
A one-time $100 gift card will be issued to anyone who makes a deposit in their account.
A prepaid credit card will not be issued for any transactions made with PNC.
Free credit check for all customers.
The bank will issue a credit report of your bank account for free.
The company said it has already received inquiries from banks and businesses about opening banking services for the country, including in Port-au-Prince and Port-de-Vincennes.PNC Bank’s business in Haiti is centered around the payment processing, customer support, and credit card processing businesses.
“We’re looking to provide a seamless banking experience for our clients, and this is an exciting opportunity for Haitia,” said PNC CEO Paul Boulter.
“With the addition of a bank in Haiti, our business can continue to grow and grow with the support of the Haitian government.”BHC opened an account in Haiti on March 11, 2017.
PNC is also offering online accounts for businesses in the US.
The company said its business model is to allow customers to open and manage accounts, and it will use its expertise in payment processing to process payments for Haitian businesses.BHC also said it would begin accepting online banking requests for Haitian customers in 2018.
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