–(HISPANIC PR WIRE)–
Advisory for Thursday, July 25, 2002
The Consul General of Mexico in San Jose, California, will host Bank of America launching its new Hispanic advertising campaign and introduce SafeSend, an international ATM remittance service revolutionizing the way people send money to their family and friends in Mexico.
SafeSend will be featured at 89 bilingual Bay Area Bank of America banking centers.
Thursday, July 25, 2002
Consulate General of Mexico
540 North First Street
San Jose, CA 95112
Marco Antonio Alcazar Avila, Consul General of Mexico in San Jose
Virginia Murillo, Bank of America, Banking Center Manager, San Jose
Adam Gregory, Bank of America, Consumer Bank Market Executive/San Jose Market President
SafeSend is a first of its kind product that uses ATMs, phones and Internet to provide a safe and convenient means for Hispanics to send money home to Mexico. SafeSend is the first service that Bank of America has developed exclusively for Hispanics. With SafeSend, consumers can send money by phone or electronically to family and friends in Mexico 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, without having to leave the comfort of their own homes. Bank of America is launching the SafeSend service nationwide with plans to expand the service to other countries in the near future.
Now, Bank of America’s acceptance of the Consulate ID’s (Matricula Consular) issued by the 47 Mexican Consulates in the USA grants consumers access to a variety of Bank of America products and services including SafeSend, checking and savings accounts.
Hugo Juarez, Deputy Consul General
Tel: (408) 294-3414
Fax: (408) 294-4506
Jennifer Ring, Allyn & Company
Tel: (214) 924-7132