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Chipper Cash resumes US operations

Chipper Cash, an African cross-border payment startup, has resumed operations in the United States

After hitting a roadblock in its United States operations after its international money transfer services from the US were abruptly suspended in January, many of its users were left oblivious. Chipper Cash, a leading pan-African fintech startup, has resumed its services in the US. American customers can now transfer funds to recipients in Chipper Cash’s supported African markets, including Nigeria, Ghana, Rwanda, and Uganda.

The suspension resulted from a terminated bank partnership, which Chipper Cash had relied on to facilitate its cross-border transactions. This unforeseen challenge disrupted the fintech’s operations and left its users without access to remittance services.

Since its disruptions, the fintech has been committed to rectifying the situation. Now, the company has finally resumed operations in the US, which has been confirmed by the company’s CEO and Co-Founder, Ham Serunjogi.

“We are delighted to announce that Chipper Cash is fully operational and excited to serve you once again in the United States. Thank you for your patience as we worked to transition to a new US banking partner and further enhance our services,” said Ham Serunjogi.