Thousands of UK expats have been in trouble for the past 3 days by sending money through TapTap Send apps. Many of them fell on their heads. After sending the money through the software, the recipients did not receive the money. Can’t send money again. The app’s current status is disabled. To send money to Bikash in Bangladesh, you have to use TapTap apps.
Recently, millions of UK customers have become accustomed to sending money through online money transfer apps called TapTap. Basically, everyone is using TapTap Send apps to send money to Bikash in Bangladesh. If you want to send money to Bikash, you don’t have to pay any transaction fee if you use TapTap. Recipients receive money in Bikash Bangladesh in just a few seconds.
Most of the expatriate customers do not know any trace of the sources from which these apps are being managed. Still, Tap Tap is the first choice of everyone to send money due to the free-charge facility.
Many people are doing transactions of one hundred to one lakh, two lakh taka. For the past 3 days, none of the people who have sent money to TapTap have received the money. The software is not working.
Last Friday, aggrieved customers from various areas in London complained about the issue and wanted to know about TapTap. But it has no office, no known/unknown agent in UK. This activity was going on online.
When contacted in Dhaka about the complaint, BKash said that due to technical issues in the app of International Money Transfer Organization (MTO) TapTap Send, the money transfer service from UK to BKash was temporarily stopped, which has been restarted.
After the launch of TapTap apps, they are providing services for free there was no end of criticism about this, because they are providing free services. Many questions have arisen due to the sudden shutdown of the app and the inability to withdraw money sent. Many are afraid of losing money.
Shamsuddin Haider Dalim, Head of Corporate Communications and PR, BKash, said that the money transfer service from the UK to BKash was temporarily suspended due to technical issues in the app of International Money Transfer Organization (MTO) TapTap Send, which has now resumed.
He said that expatriate Bangladeshis from more than 90 countries are sending remittances through 86 International Money Transfer Organizations (MTOs) through settlements in 22 commercial banks in the country directly to the development accounts of loved ones. Source: ManabZamin