Terms & Conditions

1.1. This agreement is between you and Masari Payment Services Limited (“us”), the terms in the form are part of this agreement.
1.2. Please complete the form and sign same after ensuring that all sections have been fully and correctly completed. Should the form not be completed in full this could affect our ability to send your money. It is important that you call us if any of the information you provided changes before the recipient collects or receives the money.
1.3. This agreement is a contract between you and us mandating us to send money to the person you have named on the form (‘the recipient’) through our Masari Money Transfer service
1.4. For cash to cash transfers, you can send money to a different “receive country”. The recipient can only collect the money in the receive country stated in the form. Once the Masari agent has entered your transaction into the system and been given your money, the recipient can collect the money at any agent location in the receive country in cash, in the currency stated in the form unless condition 2.2(a) below applies.


Your Masari Agent will advise you of the fee payable for your transaction. You will not be charged any other fee for the transfer. You can only send money in a certain currency or currencies. Your agent will furnish you with information about the payout currency available in the receive country you are sending to, if this currency is different to the currency in which you are paying us and also advise you of the exchange rate that will apply. Your chosen currency, the agreed exchange rate and the converted amount will appear on the form.


3.1. There are limits on how much you can send. A maximum amount of €3000.00 can be sent at one time. We may refuse to send the money or allow it to be collected if we reasonably believe that:
a) By doing so we might break any law, regulation, code or other duty that applies to us;
b) Doing so may expose us to action from any government or regulator; or
c) It may be linked with fraudulent or illegal activity.
3.2. Unless the law prevents us, we will try to call or write to tell you the reasons for our refusal and how you can put right any errors in your instructions. If you prefer (and the law allows), or if the law requires, we will return the money to you.


4.1. You may cancel a money transfer transaction before the recipient collects or receives the money. If you wish to cancel the transfer and request a refund of the transfer amount, you can ask your agent or write to us enclosing a copy of your completed form. We aim to process such requests promptly but in any case within 30 days.
4.2. For a cash to cash transfer, if the transfer was not made properly or never arrived, we will promptly refund the money and our fee, if appropriate, after investigating the circumstances surrounding the execution of the transfer.
4.3. However, we will not be liable where you have not met your obligations in condition 5.3 and the money is paid to someone who gave the agent what it reasonably believed to be valid identification for the recipient (“Identification”).
4.4. We will not refund you if we are not liable under condition 8.4.


5.1. In order to collect the money and complete a transfer, the recipient will need a valid identification document
5.2. The reference number of the transfer will need to be provided to the agent.
5.3. You must not give the reference number or recipient’s details to anyone other than your chosen recipient.


6.1. We will send the money to the bank account you specify in the form. If the account is in the European Economic Area (EEA), the bank holding the account will receive the money within four business days (Monday to Friday, but not public holidays) of you asking us to send it. That bank is required by law to put the money into the recipient’s account as soon as it is received. Banking practices may vary if you send money to an account outside the EEA – for more information on when a payment will be credited to such an account, you need to contact the recipient’s bank. The recipient’s bank may apply its own charges to the transfer, which do not involve us.
6.2. If you ask us to send money to a bank account and the transfer was not made properly or never arrived, we will promptly refund your money and our fee – unless we can show that the bank received the money or that there was a mistake in the recipient’s bank account details that you gave us.


7.1. We will not be liable if we break this agreement because of:
a) Abnormal and unforeseeable circumstances outside our control where we could not avoid breaking this agreement despite all efforts to the contrary – this may include, for example, delays or failures caused by industrial action, problems with another system or network, mechanical breakdown or data processing failure.
b) Our obligations under Cyprus or European Community law.
7.2. You must call us or write to us as soon as you reasonably can if you think a transfer was not made properly or never arrived. We will not refund money to you under condition 4.2 or 6.2 if you unduly delayed telling us about the problem and in any event told us more than 13 months after sending the money.
7.3. We are not liable to you for more than the amount of money you send and our fee. We will not be liable for any incidental, indirect, special or consequential losses or costs you suffer or, as this agreement is made with you as a consumer, any business losses or costs (such as loss of business profits or opportunities).
7.4. Our service is for you to send money to a private individual known by you rather than to make a commercial payment, and you must not use it for those types of transaction. If you ask us to pay someone who turns out to have defrauded you or who fails to meet their obligations to you, we will not be liable as a result.
7.5. A person who is not a party to this agreement shall not have any rights to enforce this agreement.
7.6. Nothing in this agreement limits our liability for acting fraudulently or very carelessly otherwise excludes or limits our liability to the extent that we are unable to exclude or limit it by law.


8.1. We will report money transfers to any government authorities if we are required to do so by law.
8.2. If a transfer was not made properly or never arrived, we will investigate and do what we can to find the destination of the money (and call or write to tell you of the outcome) if you ask us to. Where there was a mistake in the recipient’s details you gave us, we will make a reasonable effort to recover the money.
8.3. None of our services involve you or the recipient having a “deposit” or a deposit account with us (or any other company helping with the transfer, apart from the receiving bank for a cash to account transfer) at any time.
8.4. Cyprus law applies to this agreement (and to our dealings with you with a view to entering into this agreement), and we will communicate with you in English.


9.1. We are committed to protecting your privacy. We may use your and the recipient’s personal information and the details of your transfer, and store them on our databases, in order to provide you and the recipient with transfer services, for managing our business (including administering our on-going relationship with you) and for market research as permitted by applicable law. You must have the recipient’s consent to share their personal information with us.
9.2. We may, for those purposes, share the information with Masari agents who may be located outside of the EEA. We will not share the information with anyone else except as required by law. We have security practices and procedures in place to restrict access to personal information as appropriate.
9.3. You may request access to your personal information, ask for the information to be corrected or updated or, for legitimate reasons oppose it’s processing, by writing to or e-mailing us or call us.
9.4. By completing and signing the form, you agree to our collection, use and transfer of your and the recipient’s personal information for the above purposes, including transfers to the receive country.


10.1. It is Masari’s aim to provide you with the most efficient and cost effective service at all times. In the unlikely event that you are not fully satisfied with our service, please contact us as soon as possible. For full details of our complaints procedure or consumer protection advice, or to submit a complaint, you can email us at '[email protected]', or write to Customer Relations at Masari Payment Services Limited P.O.Box 56675, Limassol, 3308, Cyprus.
10.2 We will deal with your complaint promptly and with due concern. We will try our best to resolve your complaint as soon as possible. In case we feel we need more time to resolve your complaint, we will send you an acknowledgement within five working days and send you a final response letter within eight weeks of receipt of your complaint.


We are a payment institution authorised and regulated by the Central Bank of Cyprus. The Central Bank Register is available at www.centralbank.gov.cy.


Our telephone number is 0035725500600, our website is www.masaripayments.com; our address for writing to us is Masari Payment Services Limited P.O.Box 56675, Limassol, 3308, Cyprus and our email address is [email protected]



This Privacy Policy describes how we handle personal information on our web site and your choices concerning the collection, storage and use of such information and what to do if you want to access the information stored about you and update it or ask to have it removed. This Privacy Policy refers to personal information collected by users of the Masari Payment Services Ltd web site at www.masaripayments.com and we use the terms ‘Masari’ and ‘we’ to mean this particular web site and the company Masari Payment Services Ltd. By “you” and “your” we refer to individuals who are users of our web site and our company services including both online and ofline and non-electronic means.

13.1 Information we collect about you - We collect information about you, which may include personal information, as you use our web site and through our third-party internet service provider and other business partners we may use. Personal information is information which is not public and includes data which could be used to identify you personally, for example your name and address, email address and login details or information we may use to create a marketing profile derived from your preferences when visiting our web site and information that you provide during registration and/or by using our services.We may also collect other information, which does not reveal your identity as an individual. Examples of other information include information about your device and browser of choice and your location, information captured by the log file held on the server, information collected by cookies and other technologies, aggregated statistical information on demographics based on information provided to us by you.

We use and keep records of information for the following purposes:

  • To create and manage your account with us.
  • To confirm your identity.
  • To process orders for transfer of funds and other services that you request from us.
  • To personalize your online experience to suit your preferences.
  • To collect data for marketing and advertising purposes as well as general statistics on volume of visitors and the pages they visit.


Our web site uses applications to record automatically certain data using cookies and similar technologies. This information is used to ensure the proper functioning of our web site and to customize the content for you. Some information is collected automatically by your choice of browser and by your device, such as what kind of device you are using, the manufacturer and model, your language preference, your choice of internet browser and internet service provider. You can find out more about this in our Cookie Policy.


We keep records when you submit enquiries or comments to us or contact us. We collect personal information from you when you enter any competitions or prize draws or other promotional activity through our service. These records may be online or on paper and are maintained for a certain period of time in accordance with the laws concerning proper record-keeping and for allowing access to individual customers to information stored about them. We do not share this information with any third party without your permission unless the law requires us to do so.


Provision of third party information to Masari – in the event that you provide us with information about a third party to open an account for them, we assume you have his or her authority to do so.


We might also collect information about you from other sources, for example, credit reference agencies, fraud prevention agencies and business directories or other commercially or publicly available sources.


Masari Payment Services Limited and its website are not structured to attract children and it is a condition of the use of our services that a user be aged 18 or over. Accordingly we do not intend to collect personal information from anyone we know to be under 18 years of age.

13.2 How we use your information - We use your personal information in order to provide you with information and services you request from us and to give you an enhanced interactive experience as you use our online services.

We may use service companies to help fill your order. We will only provide the information they need to deliver the service, and they may not use that information for any other purpose.

We do not share your personal information with anyone for promotional or marketing use without your consent.

We combine information about you and we also combine that information with that of others in a way that does not identify you personally in order to understand how our services are used and to help us improve these and develop new products and services.

13.3 Disclosure of your information - We may disclose your personal information to a sister company. By providing personal information to Masari you are deemed to consent to your personal information being shared with companies in our group of companies. In the event that Masari or the assets of the company Masari are acquired by a third party or parties these parties will acquire also the information. We will also disclose information held by us if we believe that it is necessary to comply with a law, regulation or legal request; to protect the safety of any person; to address fraud, security or technical issues; or to protect Masari’s rights or property.

13.4 Information we collect when you use our website - Our web site uses cookies and similar electronic means to deliver a more personalised service including storing your preferences, helping you find things more quickly, displaying advertisements which we believe will be of interest based on your recent searches and to let you log-in more quickly. "Persistent cookies" are used so when you visit our web site we recognise you as an existing user. We also use "session" cookies, which identify particular visits to the site(s) and usually expire once you close your browser.

You may refuse to accept these cookies by changing your browser settings to refuse cookies. Please refer to our Cookie Policy for guidance on how to manage your cookies. By selecting the option not to use cookies you may limit the functionality of our web site.

13.5 Third party websites - We may have links on our web site to third party web sites. We are not responsible for the content of third party web sites or their privacy practices and you should check their privacy policy before providing them with any personal information. We may use social media features on our web site, such as a Share widget or the Facebook Like button. Such features may collect certain information such as your IP address and the web page you were on when you selected the feature. Features like these  are subject to the privacy policy of the company providing them.


13.6 How long to we keep a record of your information? - We will hold the your information (either in electronic or other format) for as long as is necessary in order to provide you with the Masari service you have requested and information about those services, to deal with any specific issues that you may raise or otherwise as is required by law or any relevant regulatory body.


13.7 Viewing your personal information - As a customer, you have the right to view the personal information we collect about you. This means that you can send us a request to find out what personal information has been stored and for what purposes it is being used. A request to view your information can be submitted by email to [email protected], or by fax or ordinary mail to Contact Us.


13.8 Correcting your personal information - As a customer, you have the right to correct or update your personal information. Please contact us to check what data we hold and if it needs to be changed.


13.9 Security and data retention - The security of your personal information is important to us. Our data processing technologies are professionally hosted by a company that specialises in hosting solutions. When you provide sensitive information to us, we encrypt the transmission of that information using secure socket layer (SSL) technology. As a company we have technical and administrative measures in place to protect personal information under our control. However, no transmission of data over the internet or data storage mechanism is guaranteed 100% secure. If you have any concern or any reason to think that your account with us is not secure, please do contact us for assistance. 

We follow generally-accepted standards to protect the personal information submitted to us, both during transmission and once we receive it.


13.10 Changes to this policy - Any changes we make to our privacy policy in the future will be posted on this page and will be effective immediately on posting. Where appropriate we will notify you by email.We review our policies on a regular basis to ensure they are up to date.


13.11 Contacting you - We may contact you by email, SMS, phone and other ways only if you give us the information required to do so and do not advise us that you do not want to be contacted in these ways. You can tell us at any time that you do not want to be contacted by any these means, by emailing us at [email protected]nts.com. 


13.12 Contact Us - You can contact us for more information on any aspect of our web site or its contents by using the contact information on our website or send us an email to [email protected]


13.13 Law - Masari is regulated by the Central Bank of Cyprus and our privacy policy is governed by the law of the Republic of Cyprus, a member state of the European Union.




14.1 What is a ‘cookie’?

  • A ‘cookie’ is a small text file containing letters and numbers which is downloaded onto your device (your computer, tablet or your smartphone) when you access a website. The cookie allows the website to recognise your device and to store a certain amount of information, some of which may be personal to you.


14.2 Why do we use cookies?  We use cookies for different purposes:

  • To ensure that our website functions correctly;
  • To assist you in navigating around the website;
  • To allow the website to recognise your device and to remember your customisation preferences when you re-visit;
  • To distinguish you from other users;
  • To enable us to personalise the content of the website;
  • To assist you in data entry by remembering the information that you have previously supplied.
  • To enable us to assess our website content usage and to make changes where necessary in order to make the website more relevant to our clients;
  • To support the marketing of our services; .


14.3 What different types of cookies do we use?  A cookie can be classified by its lifespan and the domain to which it belongs. By lifespan, a cookie is either a:

  • Session cookie which is erased when you close your browser, or a
  • Persistent cookie which remains on your device for a pre-defined period of time which varies according to the cookie.


As for the Internet domain to which the cookies belong, there are either:

  • First-party cookies which are set by the web server of the web page you visit and share the same domain; or
  • Third-party cookies stored by a different domain to the domain of the page you visit. This can happen when the web page references a file, such as JavaScript, located outside its domain.Many web-sites use cookies which have been developed by third-parties, like Google Analytics.


14.4 What other technologies do we use?  We may also use other technologies to ensure our website is functioning correctly and to improve the service that we provide:


We identify and record your IP address in our server log files whenever you visit us online. Your IP address is a number which is automatically assigned to the device you use by your internet service provider. This information is used for statistical purposes to know how many users visit our website and what times of day they visit most frequently. This information also helps us to identify problems with the server and to administer our website. IP addresses are generally recorded by many websites.


14.5 How you can manage cookies? - Cookies play an important role in ensuring the correct functioning of the website. You have the right to make an informed choice about the use of cookies in relation to our website. If you wish to control or remove any of our cookies, this can be done via settings in your web browser. You should be aware that restricting the use of cookies may affect the functionality of the website, in particular the interactive parts. In addition, the removal of the advertising and marketing related cookies of the website (which are used for the personalisation of the content) will not result in the removal of all adverts during your browsing session, only those over which we have control. You may also miss information about the latest changes to the products and services that we provide or of promotional offers that you might find interesting



You can find out more about cookies at www.allaboutcookies.org  


For more information on the setting of Cookies, please consult the following links: 
For Internet Explorer™: http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows7/how-to-manage-cookies-in-internet-explorer-9;
For Safari™: http://support.apple.com/kb/HT1677?viewlocale=en_US
For Chrome™: https://support.google.com/chrome/answer/95647?hl=en
For Firefox™: https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/enable-and-disable-cookies-website-preferences
For Opera™: http://help.opera.com/Windows/10.20/en/cookies.html.


If you have any further questions about cookies and how we use them, please feel free to contact us by telephone on +357 25 500 600 or by email at [email protected].