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What to do if you run out of cash on holidays?

My Magazine 2022/06
7 min
APS Holiday Cash (POS) service is tailored for people planning their holidays in The Gambia. Holidaying on the Smiling Coast and seeing your family and loved ones is great but can be frustrating when you run out of cash.

So, what to do when you run out of cash during a holiday in The Gambia?

No more calling a friend or family member in the diaspora to send you money. APS has got the solution for you. Enjoy your stay without worrying about poor exchange rates, limited cash withdrawals, extra charges and out-of-service ATMs. You can transfer money to yourself whilst on holiday in The Gambia using our POS Service.

You can contact our APS Customer Service team or visit your nearest APS Branch in The Gambia for this service.

You can pay using your Debit or Credit Card for the following currencies: Great British Pound, EURO, US Dollar, Swedish, Norwegian and Danish Krona.
Enjoy unlimited cash withdrawal by making a simple call. No internet connection is required, and no need to log in to your APS Account. By visiting the nearest APS Branch, you will get all the information you need and enjoy your time in the Gambia to the fullest.
NB: Please notify your bank before you travel abroad.

By using APS mobile application, things are even more accessible. You can use any of APS services, such as Nduga, Rural Money Transfer, Bank Deposit Service, Cash Power Credit Top-Up, Mobile Top-Up and, of course, Holiday Cash Money Transfer. You can download the app on Play Store or App Store, register and start using a wide range of services. Follow three simple steps. Enter the amount, add the recipient and send money. With MTCN (Money Transfer Control Number), you can collect cash at any of the 18 APS Branch Offices in The Gambia.

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