Senditoo Money transfer agent collapses

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Senditoo, a prominent system of transferring money beyond international borders is on the verge of collapsing.

According to multiple sources, the company’s systems have been down for weeks.

One of its customers, prominent activist, Tsungai Mutasa, took to social media to slam the company for its poor service delivery.

“Senditoo is becoming like a Banana Republic, the whole system has been down for weeks. People can’t collect money,” said Tsungai Marian Mutasa.

The innovative service allows users to send instant mobile phone top-ups to more than 140 countries across the world, including 39 in Africa.

Connected to over 400 mobile operators across the globe with a reach of 4.5 billion prepaid phone users, Senditoo is quite possibly one of the world’s largest airtime transfer networks.

Zimbabwean entrepreneur Takwana Tyaranini first started Senditoo with his Guinean counterpart Ibrahima Soumano in London.

Calling himself a circumstantial entrepreneur, Tyaranini had just lost his job after working as a Mental Health Practitioner in the UK National Health Service for more than 15 years.

Instead of trying to get another job in an industry he was comfortable in, he struck out with his business partner on an idea he was sure was a winner. Thankfully for him, he was right.

Over the past two years, Senditoo has grown into a recognisable African brand that you use to send airtime  and cash back home, no matter where you are in the world.

With over 140 countries, a network of 400 mobile operators with a combined reach of 4.5 billion prepaid users daily, it is not surprising that Senditoo has raised a million dollars in funding since 2016

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