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December 2012: Wysiwyg – what you see is what you get

By April 18, 2015October 6th, 2023Newsletter

December 2012: Wysiwyg – what you see is what you get

April 18, 2015

WYSIWYG, the acronym for what you see is what you get, originated in the computer world but has become an everyday way of saying accept me for who I am …

Someone once penned the phrase computers are amazing thingsand 20 years later most of us are still in awe of the keyboard and suspicious of doing business online. The reticence is understandable but computers are here to stay and not as complicated pieces of equipment as we’d like to think!

We’ve built a .com brand to help people move their money from South Africa to wherever in the world they wish. More often than not these monies are their retirement investments and can be a sensitive issue when dealing with complete strangers!

You can rest assured is a WYSIWYG company – what you see is what you get. We do as we say we’ll do and do so when we say we’re going to. There are no airs and graces about our people – all they care about is the satisfaction of another happy client. That’s all.

You’ll find it easy to do business with us because we understand the sensitivity and difficulty associated with dealing with people sitting on the other side of the world. Our mission is to make fellow South Africans’ lives easier no matter where in the world they find themselves.