The Money Shop is doing its part to help the victims of the Turkey earthquake by waiving its fees for transferring money there.

The magnitude 7.2 earthquake, which happened on the 23rd October has left more than 500 dead and thousands are now without homes. And now snow and rain are hampering any relief efforts.

The Money Shop, a short term lender, is waiving its transfer fees until November the 25th.

Their marketing director, Andre Bryan, said “Many people will have relatives back in Turkey, for example, who need cash desperately so they can start to rebuild their lives. This is one way that our chain of stores is able to help.”

In the past the network of 420 plus The Money Shop stores have been used to raise money for victims of the Japanese Tsunami and the floods in Pakistan.

Employing over 2,100 staff The Money Shop is part of Dollar Financial UK, which also includes Month End Money and brands; business loans, through Merchant Cash Express; jewellery and pawnbroking through its specialists at Suttons and Robertsons in London, Duncanson and Edwards in Edinburgh and Robert Biggar in Glasgow.

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