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WorldRemit was a lifesaver!

I sent some money, like I always do, from my bank account to the Philippines using Western Union. Well, they made a mistake. As a result; goodbye Western Union, hello WorldRemit!

It was not just the mistake that became the problem. It was the way it was handle. They want me to wait until I get to Missouri to pick up the money which will be at least next summer. Completely unacceptable. I am not happy with Western Union at all.


As of this writing, it is over 20 calls to the call center, 3 emails with more documents, and we are going on the fourth day. I had to look elsewhere.

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WorldRemit came highly recommended

I pushed out a video the other day on Youtube basically telling the story and asking who people use to move money. A couple of guy suggested this company called WorldRemit. I knew a little about them but never really looked into them.

I thought I would give them a try, I had nothing to lose.


Well, I was about to send the money without much of a problem. Signing up was pretty easy and they seem to have a very friendly interface.

The only real problem I have with the WorldRemit transaction was it did take about an hour or so to reach the system of pick up location in the Philippines. Otherwise, it worked flawless.

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There is more I like about them!

They do not just serve the Philippines. I am planning to start traveling alot more in the coming months and they have relationships with money transfer companies all over the world. I wish I would have known about them when I was in Fiji. They are much cheaper than Moneygram!

The other thing I like is they did not make me do a bunch of proving this and that because I was geographically outside the United States. I hate when that happens. I understand it but I still hate it!


All in all, I think this will be a new service I will be using more. If you have used WorldRemit, let me know how it worked for you.

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  1. […] I want to start a new series that takes a look at several options for moving money to the Pacific Islands. Today, we will start it with Western Union comparing it to the online company known as World Remit. […]

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