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PR: LBC Lowers Remittance Fees to Benefit Pinoy Overseas Workers

Planning to send money to your parents back home in the Philippines?

Take advantage of the "Super Baba Remittance" by LBC Express Inc., the Philippines' pioneer in money remittance.

LBC's Super Baba Remittance

Filipino wage-earners who regularly send money to their loved ones anywhere in the Philippines will now only pay pay P3.00 for every P100, as long as they use the Send & Swipe Card, powered by Visa and LBC Mobile Remit of LBC Remit Express.

EVP for Global Remittance Janet T. Ong described their current Super Baba campaign as the company's continuing efforts to make fund transfers both affordable and convenient for all Filipinos.

Super Baba Remittance is not a promo, the executive clarified.  The P3 for every P100 will be a regular service.

The Send and Swipe card can be used in any of the more than 9,500 Visa ATMs nationwide.  Money can be also transferred and received using LBC Mobile Remit which will favor Filipinos who are known globally for being so text-savvy.

Founded in 1950 and calling itself the "Pambansang Padala", LBC Express has more than 1,000 branches in the Philippines and over 300 cash-in locations all over the world to service to service the needs of Filipino migrant workers and their loved ones in the country.

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  1. Matindi na yung kompetisyon sa pagpapadala ng pera kaya naisip na magbigay ng super babang presyo na serbisyo yung LBC. This is good lalo na sa mga laging nagpapadala ng pera sa probinsya.


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