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Sharemoney strives to simplify the process of making money transfers from the United States to the Philippines, and that is why our money transfer services are streamlined to be simple, fast, and hassle-free. On our website, you will see a list of banks accepting bank deposits in the Philippines through Sharemoney. One such bank in our network is MetroBank. Learn how you can easily transfer money to a MetroBank account in the Philippines!
Established in 1962, MetroBank is the second largest bank in Philippines after BDO Unibank. The MetroBank is also known as the Metropolitan Bank and Trust Company. A recognized industry leader in the banking industry in the Philippines, this bank also has a widespread international presence in countries such as the United States, Japan, Singapore, Korea, China and Taiwan. MetroBank has more than 630 domestic and international bank branches.
Bank swift code: MBTCPHMM
Bank routing number: 026002846
About Sharemoney’s Money Transfer Services to the Philippines
You can send money instantly via Sharemoney to the Philippines from the United States. For funding options, you can initiate a money transfer with your debit card, credit card or bank account. The money delivery options we offer for the Philippines include cash pickup, home delivery and bank deposit.
Start Sending Money Instantly with Sharemoney to a MetroBank Account
You will be required to create an account with Sharemoney or log in to an existing account. You can key in the amount you are sending in dollars and choose whether you want your recipient to get its equivalent in USD or in Philippine Pesos.
Choosing Your Payment Option
If you are sending money to your beneficiary via Metrobank, you have a few options to do so:
Sharemoney recommends that you send money either through your bank account or debit card. These two methods will only charge you a fee of around $3.99 for a remittance of up to $2,999.99. Take note though that in some cases your recipient may need to wait about three days to receive the money if you choose to send using your own bank account. This can be easily avoided by using your debit card instead.
If the money you will be sending will be used for emergency purposes, it would be better to use your debit card for the money transfer. The transaction will only take a few minutes after you have verified your account information and your phone number.
Credit card funding is also an option, but note that you could incur extra charges from your credit card company.
Receiving the Bank Deposit with MetroBank
Once your transaction is completed, your recipient will see the fund transfer made directly into his or her bank account. It would be best to inform your recipient about the corresponding Money Transfer Number (MTN) that was given to you, in case there is a need to verify information. If the funds are sent with the home delivery method, the money will be delivered to the address you provided. For cash pickup, your recipient will go to their cash pickup location where they can receive the money free of charge.
Above all, Sharemoney wants to help you transfer money to the Philippines with MetroBank in a quick and cost effective manner. Talk to us if you need further assistance in sending money remittances to a MetroBank account!
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