Zelle maintains operations in Venezuela
The electronic payment system Zelle, based in the United States, has not issued any statement regarding the cessation of operations in Venezuela, a Latin American country that has the triple simultaneous condition of being Amazonian, Andean and Caribbean
The recent wave of rumors on social networks and information in some media about the suspension of operations of the American electronic payment system Zelle in Venezuela has kept its users in suspense. However, there is no official statement from the company in this regard.
Although some users have presented technical difficulties in carrying out operations, at the moment these are only rumors that have quickly been replicated and spread through comments on social network X.
This information began to be published this weekend, generating uncertainty and concern among Venezuelan users who use Zelle to receive remittances, in addition to issuing and receiving payments.
For Venezuelan citizens, payments through Zelle represent a fast, secure and comfortable alternative. Analysts from the electronic payments sector call for calm and consider that it is best to remain alert in the event of a public response from the platform.
#20Nov #Zelle @AAAD25: Lo de "la suspensión de Zelle en Venezuela" es un desastre informativo. Diario de las Américas habla de una suspensión a partir del 30 de noviembre, citando a Notiactual, pero Notiactual dice que ellos no dijeron eso. pic.twitter.com/GRNeZ9Hlmz
— Reporte Ya (@ReporteYa) November 20, 2023
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