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The Basics

  1. How long does it take to send money to the Philippines?
  2. How do I know my recipient received their funds?
  3. In which US States are you available?
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Delivery Options

  1. What delivery options do you support in the Philippines?
  2. Which banks can I deposit to in India?
  3. Which banks can I deposit to in the Philippines?
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Fees & Rates

  1. What are your fees for sending money to the Philippines?
  2. What is your current Peso exchange rate?
  3. What are your fees for sending more than $2,999 in US Dollars to the Philippines?
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Payment Information

  1. What payment methods can I use to send money?
  2. How does sending money from my bank account work?
  3. Why does it take longer to process a transaction if you pay with a Bank Account?
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Canceling or Amending a Transaction

  1. How do I cancel a transaction or get a refund?
  2. How do I get a refund for a cancelled transaction?
  3. How do I make changes to my transaction?

Your Recipient

  1. Will my recipient receive Pesos or US dollars?
  2. How will my recipient know I am sending them money?
  3. What does my recipient need to pick up cash?

Security

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Your Account

  1. I forgot or want to change my password - what do I do?
  2. Do you have a referral program?
  3. Why can't I update my personal information?

Special Promotions

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  2. What is your $30 Amazon.com promotion?

How-to Videos

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