Looking at the problem of sending money to Western Africa, the Group CEO and Founder, Mr. Amit Gaur, thought the idea to solve the problem. He came up with a plan of Ezipay, which is now gearing up to wave the flag of success as one of the top-most FinTech apps in Africa.

About the CEO

Experienced in banking in telecom for more than 22 years, Amit Gaur holds a Bachelors degree in Commerce and a Masters degree in International Marketing and Finance from India, MSc in Finance from the UK. He has been on Cx level with I-Tel Group, SADC, Surfline, Sierratel. He is committed to make Africa the next powerhouse in digital transformation with his company. The owner of the EziPay wallet platform in Africa is Artificial Intelligence Technologies limited.

All about the Ezipay app

Ezipay app provides the cheapest, safest, and most convenient way to send money to family and friends in West Africa with cheap and excellent money transfer rates. It allows users to transfer money to any bank account in Ghana or any West African countries. You can pay for services or any bills to over 250 businesses and merchants just from one app. This company is dedicated and gives a solution that addresses the issues and challenges of financial inclusion so that a better payment service could be promoted. EziPay provides services in Ghana, along with eight francophone countries in West Africa and Sierra Leone.

Uses and services of EziPay

As we have seen the rise of pandemic world-wide, Ezipay has sped up its services and has been very keen and dedicated to providing the best services. You can experience the safest, fastest, and cheapest way to send money to Ghana just by a tap from your smartphone. The app provides you with cheaper transfer rates, which is much less in comparison to other apps.

In an interview, Amit Gaur said that they are committed to making Africa be the next powerhouse in Digital Transformation and Financial inclusion for about 1.3 billion Africans.

The app ensures that the user’s data is protected with the best security systems. It does not save user card details; you can, however, link your bank account with the safe app. Ezipay provides you with airtime, Busy, Vodafone, Surfline, and many more top-ups at just a few taps. It also provides and enables you to order online groceries via AfroBaskets, book online air, or movie tickets. You can also renew your TV subscriptions.

Structured and boomed with all these features, Ezipay no doubt in the coming time will become one of the most successful FinTech apps across West African countries. The story of Amit Gaur is inspiring and worth sharing.