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clarkee:
Does anyone on the forum deal with NFCU on wiring or choosing pick up in person money in the Philippines. I've heard they will bank to bank money for $25.00 a transaction or they use Western Union for bank to bank or cash pick up for $14.50. What are the procedures for doing this.

MotorSarge:

--- Quote from: clarkee on February 07, 2019, 01:43:03 PM ---Does anyone on the forum deal with NFCU on wiring or choosing pick up in person money in the Philippines. I've heard they will bank to bank money for $25.00 a transaction or they use Western Union for bank to bank or cash pick up for $14.50. What are the procedures for doing this.

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WU Transfer fees are down to $3.99 now.

MotorSarge:

--- Quote from: clarkee on February 07, 2019, 01:43:03 PM ---Does anyone on the forum deal with NFCU on wiring or choosing pick up in person money in the Philippines. I've heard they will bank to bank money for $25.00 a transaction or they use Western Union for bank to bank or cash pick up for $14.50. What are the procedures for doing this.

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Clarkee,

Not sure if you seen my reply but, you can set up an account online with WU and add your bank account information and do the transfer online for $3.99...that beats $14.50 & $25.00!

Hank:

--- Quote from: MotorSarge on November 11, 2020, 11:53:29 PM ---Clarkee,

Not sure if you seen my reply but, you can set up an account online with WU and add your bank account information and do the transfer online for $3.99...that beats $14.50 & $25.00!

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Hey Clarkee, you can also do bank transfers, and also direct-to-person international transfers for $3.99 with www.worldremit.com from anywhere. We've used them for a few years now. They're fast and reliable, with competitive exchange rates and a well sorted and easy-to-use website. Whatever, no worries.   

MotorSarge:

--- Quote from: Hank on November 12, 2020, 06:47:27 PM ---Hey Clarkee, you can also do bank transfers, and also direct-to-person international transfers for $3.99 with www.worldremit.com from anywhere. We've used them for a few years now. They're fast and reliable, with competitive exchange rates and a well sorted and easy-to-use website. Whatever, no worries.

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Hi Hank,

I went and set up an account but it looks like you can only use a bank account transfer to Hong Kong, Japan, Singapore, Somaliland, UK, South Africa & Rwanda? The rest of the remaining countries have various methods of payment. My preference is transfer by bank account and I don't see Philippines on that list? Correct me if I'm wrong, 8)

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