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The Philippines was inhabited by the Spaniards from the turn of the 16th century up until the end of the 19th century. More than 300 years of colonization have left the country with traces of Spanish history via landmarks and infrastructures. Having attained independence in 1898, it started working towards the achievement of a better economy.
True enough, the country was able to redeem itself from colonization. Now, it is the 33rd largest economy in the world with dependence on agriculture, manufacturing and services. It also has reasons to thank remittances coming from abroad through money sent by overseas Filipino workers to their loved ones.
If you are a Filipino working in the US, you can use our services here at Sharemoney to let your loved ones know you care. Making online money remittances to the Philippines is fairly easy with Sharemoney, and one of the bank deposit choices you have is the Land Bank.
About Land Bank
A bank owned by the Philippine government, Land Bank of the Philippines is primarily focused on providing the needs of fishermen and farmers in the country. It was established in 1963, and is now recognized as one of the famous names in the country’s banking industry. Now, it has over 360 branches nationwide with more than 1,600 ATMs serving the needs of their customers.
Bank Swift Code: TLBPPHMM
Money Transfers to the Philippines via Sharemoney
Sharemoney offers a wide range of delivery methods when sending money to the Philippines. You can choose bank deposits, cash pickup or home delivery. All of these three are considered highly convenient choices you and your loved ones will have in terms of sending and receiving money remittances abroad.
In order to enjoy our services, however, you have to register a free account with us. An online application form is available in our website. All you have to do is provide the details we are asking for. Make sure that you double check your entries so that we can facilitate your transaction at once. The more accurate the information you provide, the faster we will be able to send money online to the Philippines.
How to Facilitate the Transfer
Of course, you will need a funding option available to help us facilitate the bank transfer to the Land Bank. You can use your own bank account to fund the transfer. Apart from making sure that you have an available balance for the transfer, you also have to take note that it may take time for us to verify the account if it is your first time. This will depend also on when you have made the transfer.
If your loved ones are in need of cash for emergency reasons and you have either a credit card or debit card, you can use any of these two. Take note though that with credit card transfers, you will have to pay an additional amount depending on how much you are sending. This amount will be charged by your credit card issuer in your next billing statement. This has nothing to do with the standard fee of $3.99 we are charging. To save on time and cost, we encourage that you make use of your debit card if you have one.
Make the transfer to the Land Bank of the Philippines a whole lot more convenient for you and your recipient. Just tell your loved ones to access our global website. Make sure you also give them the corresponding Money Transfer or MTN for your transaction so they can check the latest status on the transferred funds.
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