MoneyGram Pledges Donation to American Red Cross for Transactions Sent to Areas Affected by Hurricane Sandy Select agents including ACE Cash Express and Advance America Cash Advance Centers to partner with MoneyGram on Relief efforts Business Wire DALLAS -- November 06, 2012 In support of Hurricane Sandy recovery efforts, MoneyGram (NYSE:MGI), a leading global money transfer company, announced today a series of measures to help the American Red Cross relief services. MoneyGram will make a $1 donation per transaction up to $200,000 to the American Red Cross for each money transfer sent in November to areas impacted by Hurricane Sandy. Select MoneyGram U.S. network agents, including ACE Cash Express and Advance America, will join the company in matching an additional dollar for each qualifying money transfer made from their locations to the affected areas, which include New Jersey, Southern New York, Connecticut and Eastern Pennsylvania. MoneyGram is also waiving the transaction fee for customers who make donations to the American Red Cross using its ExpressPayment® service. “During a crisis, every minute and every dollar count. Our goal is to make it easier to send money to the areas impacted most by Hurricane Sandy,” said Pamela Patsley, chairman and CEO, MoneyGram. “We are working closely with the American Red Cross and our U.S. agents to ensure money sent to this area will quickly and reliably get to the people who need it most.” The series of relief measures are effective immediately and will extend through Friday, Nov. 30. To send money to a person in need, go to any of our 284,000 MoneyGram agent locations or to moneygram.com. Donations to the American Red Cross can be made at any MoneyGram location or via online by providing the following billing code #3825 to waive the transaction fee. About MoneyGram MoneyGram, a leading global money transfer company, enables consumers who are not fully served by traditional financial institutions to meet their financial needs. MoneyGram offers money transfer services worldwide and bill payment services in the United States and Canada through a global network of more than 284,000 agent locations—including retailers, international post offices and financial institutions—in 196 countries and territories around the world. To learn more about money transfer or bill payment at an agent location or online, please visit moneygram.com or connect with us on Facebook. About ACE Cash Express ACE Cash Express, Inc. is a leading retailer of financial services, including short-term consumer loans, check cashing, bill payment and prepaid debit card services. ACE is the largest owner and operator of check cashing stores in the United States and the second largest owner and operator of short-term consumer loan stores in the United States. ACE focuses on serving consumers, many of whom seek alternatives to traditional banking relationships in order to gain convenient and immediate access to financial services. For additional information about ACE Cash Express, visit www.acecashexpress.com. ACE Cash Express on Twitter ACE Cash Express on Facebook About Advance America, Cash Advance Centers, Inc. Founded in 1997, Advance America is one of the leading providers of consumer financial services in the United States, with approximately 2,400 centers in 29 states. Advance America offers convenient, less-costly credit options to consumers whose needs are not met by traditional financial institutions. Advance America is a founding member of the Community Financial Services Association of America (CFSA), whose mission is to promote laws that provide substantive consumer protections and to encourage responsible industry practices. Advance America is a wholly owned subsidiary of Grupo Elektra, one of the largest Latin American providers of banking services, consumer finance and specialty retailing. Please visit (www.advanceamerica.net) for more information. Contact: MoneyGram Mike Gutierrez/Sophia Stoller, 214-303-9923 firstname.lastname@example.org
MoneyGram Pledges Donation to American Red Cross for Transactions Sent to Areas Affected by Hurricane Sandy
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