Xoom money transfer is good for OFWs and Overseas Filipinos. You can send money fast, send money online with credit card or debit card and send money via internet to the Philippines. It helps you meet your family's needs and avoid trouble.
Update: Sending money with your bank account? Xoom POWR, or Pay Only When Received, sends the money first to your loved one before withdrawing the total money transfer from your account.
Xoom gives you peace of mind. You know your money is safe by tracking the money transfer to the Philippines from start to finish. The money is available in minutes for as low as $4.99 for $2,999 if paid through a US bank account.
I've been using Xoom since 2004. I like the tracking number being sent to me as a recipient. This feature saves time. It allows me to check online when the money is ready for pick up, delivery or deposit into my bank account.
Xoom money transfer is ready for cash pick up at 11,000+ money transfer locations in minutes. Your recipient can go to the following leading partners to get the money:
Send money fast to any bank account in the Philippines. Deposits are available in minutes to Metrobank and PNB, in one hour to BDO and in a few hours to Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI). Money arrives the same or the next business day for all other banks.
Home delivery (in Peso only) is same day or within 6 hours to Metro Manila, one to two days to most provinces.
Value service using your U.S. bank account as fund source may take longer but is a lot cheaper.
Follow these setps to send money to the Philippines:
Step 1. Sign up for a Xoom.com account, or sign in to your existing Xoom.com account by clicking here.
Step 2. Select cash pickup, bank deposit or home delivery on how to transfer money online.
Step 3. Enter recipient information and include their cell phone number and email address. They will get any email sent to you about the status of the transfer and receive text message when the money is available.
Step 4. Choose to transfer money from credit card, debit card, Paypal or from your US bank Account. The cheapest way to send money at Xoom.com is paying through your US bank account but may take longer the first time.
Step 5. Enter a valid Xoom coupon code at the bottom left hand corner of the Payment Information page. A Xoom coupon code allows you to send money to the Philippines FREE or at a discount!
Check that the data are correct before sending the money. Xoom.com cannot process money transfers with wrong information. I once waited for about three weeks for a transfer to complete because of such mistake.
Advise the recipient of the tracking number even if you entered their cell phone number and email address in the form.
Sending money is fast, easy and secure. You can send money online with credit card or debit card and send money via internet. Its lower fees make Xoom money transfer cheaper than other online money transfer services.
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