JAMAICA NATIONAL

Using Jamaica National you can transfer funds to family and friends in Jamaica. Jamaica National also allows you to send loved ones minutes to Digicel and Lime Phones.*

Information you need to have:

  • The correct spelling of the receiver’s name
  • The current residential address of the receiver

If sending $1000.00 and over you will need a valid Government picture ID including:

  • Passport
  • Driver’s License
  • Citizenship Card
  • Permanent Resident Card

Information the receiver will need:

  • The confirmation number you are given at the end of the transaction
  • A valid government issued photo ID

WESTERN UNION

Allows you to send money to your loved ones in a safe and convenient manner.

Information you need to have:

  • The correct spelling of the receiver’s first and last name
  • The country in which you are sending
  • Sending to the USA; you will need to know the state of the receiver

If sending $1000.00 and over you will need a valid Government picture ID including:

  • Passport
  • Driver’s License
  • Citizenship Card
  • Permanent Resident Card

Information the receiver will need:

  • The MTCN you will receive after your transaction
  • A valid Government issued photo ID
  • Some countries will need the receiver to answer a secret question.
  • You will need to provide the question to the answer

MONEY TRANSFER INFORMATION

For all transactions through Jamaica National and or Western Union:

  • Amount must be paid in full at the time of transaction
  • We accept only debit or cash for any type of money transfer service
  • We only accept Canadian currency for all types of payment

When sending phone credit also known as TopUp with Digicel to a phone in Jamaica:

  • You must ensure that the number you were given and sending the TopUp to is correct
  • After the credit has been sent to the phone, it cannot be retrieved
  • Jeanie’s Market and Bakery is not responsible for incorrect numbers given by customers