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There’s such a thing as a free lunch, says Western Union

Western Union staff and friends

On the cold and windy Monday after Valentine’s Day, Señor Sisig’s intrepid food truck was a vision in bright jeepney colors, parked in front of the tech and appliance store, Best Buy morning. Western Union continued the “love” by offering free lunch to those who came by Best Buy.

Posted: February 19th, 2014 in Latest Business Stories,Remittance | Read More »

Remittance firm offers no-pay-until-received deal

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A global online money transfer provider assured Filipino remitters who send money using their bank accounts that “no money will be withdrawn until the money is received” by their intended recipients.

Posted: March 19th, 2013 in Latest Business Stories,Remittance | Read More »

Xoom introduces Bank-to-Bank ULTRA

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Xoom Corporation, a global online money transfer provider, has introduced Bank-to-Bank ULTRA, a new higher-tiered level of service that provides confirmed bank deposits in less than one hour.

Posted: September 26th, 2012 in Remittance | Read More »

Sterling product focuses on assured delivery of funds

Finally, Filipino expats in America can send remittance to their families and loved ones with peace of mind knowing that their hard earned money will be spent for the purpose intended. Health or schooling concerns, no worries.

Posted: August 21st, 2012 in Remittance | Read More »

Sterling product focuses on assured delivery of funds

Finally, Filipino expats in America can send remittance to their families and loved ones with peace of mind knowing that their hard earned money will be spent for the purpose intended. Health or schooling concerns, no worries.

Posted: August 20th, 2012 in Latest Business Stories,Remittance | Read More »

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