Thursday, July 30, 2015
Latest Update-Some money transfer companies announced Monday August 3 will restarted services in Greece, but only to receive remittances from abroad and not to send
Greece Lifts Some Online Transaction Restrictions, cardholders will now be able to use debit and credit cards for internet transactions with companies not based in Greece
Monday, July 27, 2015
Thursday, July 23, 2015
Closed the Remittance centers in Greece untill Greece seal the third one deal, with the European Central Bank, the European Commission and the International Monetary Fund
Greek Parliament Approves Second Set of Terms Required for Bailout Deal, a third set of prior actions on August 5
Monday, July 20, 2015
Philippine Ambassador to Greece asked Filipinos to exercise caution especially if they are near Greek demonstrators, but the situation in Greece is generally safe and calm
Wednesday July 22 Greek Parliament will Vote on the second omnibus bill of reforms required for Greece
Closed the Remittance centers, Open the Banks in Greece. Greek government said restrictions on transfers abroad remain, read what will happen
Deputy Finance Minister Dimitiris Mardas said to tsismosaonline.com reporter that the Remittance centers in Greece are operating with foreigners who wish to send money from inside Greece to their family abroad, Now there are approximately over 500.000 foreign people with permit or without , and waiting to send money out of Greece, the Greek banks’ financial health remains critical we cannot allowed yet that to happen.
tsismosaonline.com reporter asked Deputy Finance Minister Dimitiris Mardas when the Remittance centers in Greece will open ? Deputy said The finance minister could decide Wednesday again if extend or not.
The head of Greece's banking association Louka Katseli said that the foreign people who holds Credit and bank cards issued abroad can be used at the Greek ATMs with no restrictions. This will benefit foreign visitors to Greece and the tourist industry.
Web banking transactions will be mostly free, allowing people to pay their bills online. However, they cannot move money to accounts abroad.
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