No Bank or Credit Accounts? Use MoneyGram International.

It maybe hard to believe that an adult in this day and age does not have a bank or credit card account to his/her name, but it is possible and is perfectly understandable. A lot of people, and clever ones I think, are investing/re-investing their money instead of putting them in savings accounts. Investments provide far greater return than interests earned from regular bank savings accounts. On the other hand, credit cards, when used uncontrollably, will give more harm than good and convenience to its user.


So if you are this kind of person, or simply does not want to provide access to your accounts to send money internationally to the Philippines, you may use the money transfer service providers like MoneyGram International. Similar to Western Union, the sender goes to an authorized agent, fill out some forms, add complimentary message -I suppose to make the transaction more personal, and in few minutes, your recipient may go to his/her local agent and cash out the money and receive your message.

Location and Operating Hours Convenience

MoneyGram International have a variety of agents that provide services at convenient locations and may in fact offer extended operating hours. Just like any other money transfer service providers, MoneyGram conforms to international anti-money laundering laws and guidelines. As a sender, you must provide proper identification by bringing with you ID cards to an agent. In the same way, the recipient must have valid ID with him/her and the correct reference number from the sender, in order to receive the money.

In the Philippines, the recipient may receive money at branches of Allied Bank, Banco De Oro, Cebuana Lhuillier, KwartaGram, M. Lhuillier, Philippines National Bank, RD Pawnshop, SM Mall and many other locations where you see the MoneyGram sign. Please check the list regularly to see growing parter agents of MoneyGram and information on receiving money sent to the Philippines.

MoneyGram Agent Locator - more information on MoneyGram Locations in the Philippines

Home Delivery

Sending from select countries, MoneyGram can also deliver directly to a home address, through its partner networks. Together with LBC, leading player in home delivery in the Philippines, MoneyGram offers one of the largest money transfer networks in the Philippines – providing this service to the majority of cities and municipalities. Just call the following LBC numbers in select countries to pre-register to the home delivery service.

Brunei
673 222-1270
Canada
1866 869 0159
Cyprus
0080016122031079
Greece
210 898 2848
Hong Kong
28727600
Norway
00 19150
Singapore
8001011764
US
1866 869 0159
Philippines
853 0012

You may visit, http://www.moneygram.com for more information.

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This site aims to provide you with everything you need to know to send money to the Philippines. With about 10 million Pinoys living overseas, mostly to work, remittances to the Philippines remain to be the economy's main source of foreign fund. The World Bank estimated 17B USD in remittances by end of 2009, next only to India and China as the world's top recipient countries of remittances. I hope this site can provide a comprehensive guide and all the possible options for Filipinos living abroad and Foreigners living in the Philippines to provide for their families and loved ones in the most economical and convenient way.