Transcash™

Transcash™
Transcash™ [Transcash]
a service offered by the ↑Post Office in Britain for people who want to make payments to charity or pay bills. The name Transcash was formerly used for a ↑Post Office system for sending money to and receiving money from other countries.

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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