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Citibank Global Transfers, anyone try it?

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Lee2:
A friend made me aware of Citibank® Global Transfers can anyone who has used them for international transfers post about how it works? It sounds too easy, supposedly a Citibank account in both countries and just sign on and move the money in minutes, is that true?

Leinster Lad:
I have used a "Citi Bank" ATM card in the Phils with no dramas.
No fees ( other than the ATM owner P200 fee ) and really good FX rate.

Just waiting for one of the family to open their own Citi account and will give it a try.

I have heard very good things about it. :D

FastWalk:
Is it the same as with HSBC,  I recall someone was using HSBC for the same thing ? 

https://www.us.hsbc.com/international-banking/#global-transfers


HSBC has a branch in Cebu & Davao,   is Citi only in Manila ?


Lee2:

--- Quote from: FastWalk on March 28, 2018, 09:34:48 PM ---Is it the same as with HSBC,  I recall someone was using HSBC for the same thing ? 

https://www.us.hsbc.com/international-banking/#global-transfers


HSBC has a branch in Cebu & Davao,   is Citi only in Manila ?

--- End quote ---
Citi is also in Cebu Next to Ayala and apparently also in Makati and San Juan City,
https://www.citibank.com.ph/gcb/deposits/depo-transition-branches.htm?lid=PHENCGGPRLNTLBranches

Cebu City
G/F Ayala Life-FGU Center
Mindanao Avenue corner
Biliran Road
Cebu Business Park
Cebu City 6000
Makati City
G/F Citibank Center
8741 Paseo de Roxas corner
Villar Streets
Makati City 1200
San Juan City
G/F 22 Fort & Ester Building
Missouri Street
Northeast Greenhills
San Juan City 1502

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