This is good news to all are kababayans residing in syria using iRemit – is a duly registered company in the Philippines engaged in servicing the remittance needs of millions of Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs) worldwide.
Not Just That iRemit also accept payments for OFWs’ home loans. Contributions and loan payments settled by the members thru iRemit are transmitted instantly to Pag-IBIG fund for valid transaction entries.
Here is the original scope of the story according to GMA NEWS
Filipinos working in Syria will now be able to send their cash home after listed remittance firm I-Remit Inc. announced that its reach now covers the Southwest Asian country.
Its partnership with the Damascus-based Al Alamiah Group Co. will allow I-Remit, the largest non-bank Filipino-owned remittance company, to serve 17,000 workers in Syria.
In addition to the expansion of remittance corridors, iRemit also established strategic price points that offer affordable services to money senders that “will will make remittances much more accessible to a larger addressable market,” said Harris Jacildo, iRemit president and COO in a statement.
The partnerships will serve to further accelerate the availability of money transfer and other financial services to a wider section of the global Filipino community and its affiliates.
The Al Alamiah group Co. is engaged in a diversified line of business that includes money remittance and foreign exchange trading. I-Remit is its first remittance partner in the Philippines.
Currently, iRemit operates in 26 countries and territories around the world. It also has four thousand payout stations to cater the remittances originating from its foreign offices to their designated beneficiaries in the Philippines. – GMANews.TV