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Thread: Remitting money to philippines

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    Default Remitting money to philippines

    Hi guys, anyone of you had tried to remit money to philippines bank? i read that I-remit and metrobank in luckly plaze has service like that for $3-4..

    I tried a remit service in hdb neighbourhood but it doesn't send to philippines..

    anyone can share the cheapest way to remit it? thanks.

    i guess there was a similar thread, but is expired.

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    Default Re: Remitting money to philippines

    you guys do remitting to philippines before?

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    Default Re: Remitting money to philippines

    i used to go to i-remit... bank to bank to service at around $4-$5
    and $9-$10 for door to door service... not too sure if this one is still correct price...
    now im using western union... takes only 15mins...

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    Default Re: Remitting money to philippines

    i actually no idea what is 'i-remit', i just read about it, where can i find this service?

    can't get what is door to door service.. i used western union before..but i think it charges like certain percentage of amount..which isn't the most cheapest way..

    thanks for reply

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    Default Re: Remitting money to philippines

    i-remit is located 3rd level of Lucky Plaza...
    door to door service means that the money you sent will be delivered right to the recipient's door step...

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    Default Re: Remitting money to philippines

    oic..thanks guys for reply..guess dbs also a good choice.

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    Default Re: Remitting money to philippines

    Quote Originally Posted by LENS View Post
    oic..thanks guys for reply..guess dbs also a good choice.
    I used DBS for the previous maid. I guesses there might be cheaper choices, but since I was not too familiar, I chose the only name I knew. Anyway, $6/- service charge does not sound too expecially, I think. If you do a TT, it is much higher

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    Default Re: Remitting money to philippines

    recommend western union ,, you can check their website
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