Remittance Service Center Guide


GUIDE to Coins.Ph REMITTANCE SERVICE CENTER BUSINESS





About the Remittance Service Center Business:


  • Just like in the eLoading business - you don't have to configure anything, the Remittance Service Center feature is already set-up in the system.

  • You can process remittances thru the CASH-OUT feature of Coins.Ph but instead of providing your personal details (i.e. bank account, mobile no., etc.) as the recipient, you will provide the details of your customer's recipient.

  • So basically it works like this >> you collect from your customer the amount to be remitted to his/her recipient (+ your service fees) then process the remittance thru Coins.Ph's Cash Out feature.

  • You can pattern your service fees from LBC or other companies that provide remittance services. Give service fee discounts to attract clients.

  • Just like other remittance service centers, you can have a minimum and maximum service fees depending on the amount to be remitted.



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Below are two best options to process remittances because of zero charges:




No. 1 Option: 

THRU RECIPIENTS' LOCAL BANK ACCOUNT >> 

Minimum of PhP 15.00 per transaction and maximum amount will depend on your transaction limit. 

No fees if the bank is located within Metro Manila.  Local banks will charge inter-branch transactions for branches outside Metro Manila. 

Credited within the day if requested before 10am, if not, it will be credited by 6pm the next day, Monday to Friday only. 

Click here to learn how to process remittances thru local bank accounts (it's actually a cash out guide - so you only have to provide your client's recipient details, instead of yours). 


Local banks include: Asia United Bank, Bank of Commerce, BDO, BPI, BPI Family, China Bank, China Bank Savings, Citibank N.A., EastWest Bank, HSBC, Landbank, MayBank, MetroBank, PlantersBank, PNB, PSBank, RCBC, RCBC Savings, Security Bank, Security Bank Savings, Standard Chartered, Sterling Bank of Asia, UCPB, Union Bank of the Philippines and WealthBank.



No. 2 Option:

THRU SECURITY BANK's eGiveCash >> Instant.  

Minimum of PhP500.00 and maximum of PhP10,000.00 per transaction. Via Security Bank ATM, cardless and no Security bank account required.


No withdrawal fees - withdraw anytime and any day.  There is a withdrawal limit of PhP100,000.00 per month per recipient mobile number. 

Click here to learn how to process remittances via eGiveCash. Again, it's a cash out guide so instead of providing your details, you have to provide the details of your client's recipient.

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