Send Money to the Philippines, the Cheapest Ways - Online Money Transfer
Now we can send money to the Philippines online the cheapest way. Money transfer has never been so accessible, secure and affordable. Wherever country you are, sending money to your love ones will just be a click away. To some, a corner away. In minutes, your money will be received by your love ones abroad electronically.
Filipinos are everywhere around the world, working, living or exploring overseas. Millions of Filipinos are exploring abroad to bite any work opportunities not only because the economy in the Philippines is poor but simply because the exchange rate is an awesome advantage when you came back to your motherland.
Earning in dollar, euro, yen, riyal or pound and being away from home, you must know the best and legal ways to send and transfer money to your loved ones in the Philippines. Many agents cater money transfer services worldwide and international money transfer is just a click away in the modern world. Anyone doesn’t need to go to a money transfer outlet to send money overseas because anyone can now send money online. I’ve listed below the cheapest ways to send money to the Philippines, easy, fast, accurate, secure and trusted.
You can now send money to the Philippines through G-cash Remit (powered by Globe Telecom) It’s a way cheaper and quick. How to send money to the Philippines via G-cash remit? Simple as 1,2,3. If you’re already familiar with money transfer to Western Union, it’s just the same. For all those who don’t know it yet follow the steps to transfer money below:
Go to any G cash remit partner outlet abroad and tell the crew you’re gonna send money to the Philippines via G-cash remit. Send your remittance and secure your G-cash remit reference code and pay the fees. Give the reference code to your recipient (beneficiary) in the Philippines and he can then claim the money in any of the 18,000 g-cash remit payout outlets in the Philippines.
G cash remit partner outlets abroad
G cash remit payout outlets Philippines
Paypal may be the cheapest way to send money to the Philippines so far because of the super lower rates. It will cost you 50 cents to send $100 USD. How cool is that. A dollar for $200? Wow wow wow! The sender and the recipient must both have a Paypal account though. No worries, it’s just a click away and it’s free. Have a Paypal account now by clicking this link. I have listed the steps below on how to claim money from your Paypal account if you’re from the Philippines.
How to withdraw money from Paypal in the Philippines
- Log in to Paypal.
- Once logged in, under the ‘My Account’ tab, add your bank account. This must be your local bank in the Philippines (eg. BDO, BPI, Metrobank, etc.) and secure your 9 digit-paypal-bank-code thru this link à Philippines Paypal bank codes (It contains the uniform Paypal bank codes in the Philippines) Type the amount to withdraw and after few hours you can now withdraw from your local bank in the Philippines.
- Follow the illustrated instructions in this link to see the real picture.
Western Union is the best known money transfer service worldwide. With over 370,000 locations around the world, sending money abroad has never been so easy and accessible. Western Union’s money transfer rates are so affordable if you want a fast, secure and quality money transfer.
How to send money via Western Union?
- Go to any Western Union outlet. Fill out the ‘sending money’ form with the accurate details. Pay for the fees and secure your MTCN (money transfer number). Give your MTCN to your beneficiary so he can then claim the money in any Western Union outlet near him.
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