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Send money to Philippines with Western Union ‘No Transfer Fee’ promotion


ENGLEWOOD, Colo.— In today’s economy, every dollar counts and convenience is critical as peoples’ lives get busier. To help address both, Western Union is now offering a “No Transfer Fee” promotion on qualifying transfers and other promotions for U.S. customers sending money online to the Philippines.

Starting today for a limited time, U.S. customers can:

1. Use WesternUnion.com to send money to family and friends in the Philippines using their bank accounts without incurring a transfer fee*. The promotion is for people who send money via Western Union’s Three Day Money Transfer Service using their online bank accounts.

To access the service, senders will find it is quick and easy:
Go to Western Union.com and sign up or log in
Select Three Day Money Transfer Service
Select the option to send funds from a linked bank account
Complete the transaction online

Receivers can pick up the money at any of the thousands of Agent locations in the Philippines.

2. Send up to $50 online for a $5 fee*. This gifting solution is available for Western Union consumer-to-consumer transfer service. Receivers can pick up the money at any of the thousands of Agent locations in the Philippines.

3. Send money online from a credit card to family and friends’ bank accounts for free*. This offer is available for Western Union’s Three Day Money Transfer Service only.

4. Send money online from a credit card to family and friends’ mobile wallets for a $5 fee*. This offer is available for Western Union consumer-to-consumer transfer service.

“Our customers want convenience and WesternUnion.com helps deliver on this need because people can do business with us anytime, day or night,” said Khalid Fellahi, Western Union’s Senior Vice President and General Manager, Western Union Digital. “We’re promoting our site with these offerings to give even more people the opportunity to try our reliable and easy-to-use online money transfer platform.”

Western Union is offering all promotions for a limited time for people sending money from the U.S. to the Philippines via WesternUnion.com.

Visit http://www.westernunion.com/sites/us/campaigns/typhoon-bopha-support.page for more information.


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Tags: Remittance , Western Union

  • iyot

    No transfer fee but you have to pay $5. Crap!!!!

    • http://twitter.com/MarLouWang Marlou Wang

      Ano yung $5? Service fee? Gusto lang competition-nin ang Xoom.

  • Dhavid777

    try Xoom! much easier and Faster!



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