PNB Web Remit: Secure, Safe, and Convenient Way to Send Money to Philippines

PNB Web Remit is another online money transfer service that offers a secure, safe, and convenient way of sending money to the Philippines.

It is the latest addition to the Philippine National Bank’s current extensive offerings.

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In the Philippines, PNB is known to be one of the largest and most trusted commercial banks with a full range of banking services and financial products.

PNB Web Remit specializes in international money transfer services from the United States to the Philippines.

It offers one of the best currency exchange rates available.

Its low service fees and flexible money transfer options allow Overseas Filipino Workers to send money for personal purposes.

It’s also a good option for employers abroad to send money to the Philippines for business purposes.

PNB’s web remittance service provides an easy way to send money to Philippines. It’s as easy as creating an account online and sending money immediately to your loved ones, employees, or business partners in the Philippines.

PNB Web Remit offers a variety of options for sending and receiving money. It can be received at any bank in the Philippines or through PNB Global Cards. It can also be picked up in any of the PNB branches or be delivered straight to your home or office address depending on your preference.

PNB Web Remit has sophisticated tools for tracking transfers and they will even notify the recipient or beneficiary of your money remittance through SMS or text message.

 

3 Easy Steps to send money to Philippines through PNB Web Remit:

  1. Register or Create an Online Account
  2. Add or Select Beneficiary
  3. Send the Remittance

4 Ways to Receive your Remittance in the Philippines:

  1. Credit to Any Bank in the Philippines

If you send money from your bank account in the United States to a PNB Account in the Philippines, it can easily be available to your beneficiaries for withdrawal.

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If your beneficiaries don’t have a PNB account, your remittance can also be transferred or credited to any other banks in the Philippines.

  1. Credit to a PNB Global Filipino Card

The PNB Global Filipino Card is a reloadable ATM card that does not require deposit and maintaining balance. It can be used to purchase via POS. It has 24/7 ATM Access through PNB and any of the ATM Network terminals nationwide and it offers a maximum withdrawal limit of P100,000 per day.

In my opinion, this is the easiest and most convenient way to receive money because the recipient doesn’t need to wait on long queues in the bank and ATMs are very accessible. They can withdraw the money anytime they want.

  1. Cash Pick-up

Another way of receiving money is through cash pick-up. This is ideal if your beneficiaries don’t have a PNB account. They can pick-up your remittance at any of the PNB domestic branch all over the Philippines and it can be claimed in full in Philippine Peso or US Dollars.

  1. Door-to-Door Delivery

If your beneficiaries don’t have time to go out to pick-up your remittance or withdraw from the bank, the next best way is to have the money delivered right to their doorstep as long as they are within Metro Manila and key cities. Click here to see the list of PNB Door-to-Door Delivery Services.

2 Ways to Track your Remittances with PNB Web Remit:

  1. Remittance Text Alert

Your beneficiary receives a Remittance Text Alert every time you send a remittance to them. The Text Alert informs them about the remittance and how to claim it.

To avail of this service, you need to update your beneficiay/ies’ mobile number. Messages can be sent to any network.

  1. Remittance Tracker

With PNB Web Remit’s Remittance Tracker, you can track your remittance online. This is a good way to find out or monitor if the money you sent has been credited, delivered or picked up by your beneficiaries by simply typing the Remittance Reference Number, Amount, and Date.

If you are in the United States and you’re looking for a good way to send money to Philippines, you definitely should try PNB Web Remit.

To know more about PNB Web Remit, you may contact: customerservice@pnbrci.com or 1-888-PNB-7363 (1-888-762-7363).

Source: PNB Web Remit

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