I-REMIT PRODUCT ORIENTATION GINANAP

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  • Isinagawa ng Iremit BC ang product and services orientation na dinaluhan ng ilang kasapi at mga opisyales ng One Filipino Cooperative of BC noong January 15, 2015. Ito ay bahagi sa nilagdaang kasunduan ng International Remittance (IREMIT) Canada at One Filipino Cooperative of BC na maging isa ang FilCoop sa mga Agent ng Iremit sa pagpapadala ng pera sa ating mga mahal sa buhay sa Pilipinas.

    Ang orientation meeting ay pinangunahan ni Gigi Astudillo, Iremit BC Provincial head at Jennifer Lumabi, Iremit Marketing Officer samantalang sa Filcoop ay pinangunahan ng Pangulo nito na si Tony Calderon kasama ang mga Board of Directors at ilan pang mga opisyales.

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    Inaasahan na ang FilCo-op Iremit Padalahan ng Bayan ay malaking tulong sa mga kasapi at pamilya nito upang makapagpadala ng tulong pinansiyal sa kanilang mga mahal sa buhay.
    IREMIT Products & Services I-Remit Visa Card (Prepaid ATM Card)

    I-Remit Visa Card is the fastest mode of service of I-Remit, Inc. with real time crediting of remittances from abroad.
    Prepaid ATM Card with no maintaining balance required; Withdraw cash from more than 14,000 BancNet, MegaLink and Expressnet ATMs in the Philippines; Global access to over 2,000,000 Visa ATMs in more than 200 countries and territories worldwide; Pay conveniently at stores without cash and purchase online from accredited e- merchants even without a credit card;Bills payment for utilities, telecoms, credit cards and others; PIN protected and EMV (Europay Mastercard Visa) chip technology for added security features against fraud; Recognized by the Asian Development Bank as an innovative product offering in 2004.

    ICredit (Credit to Bank of Your Choice)

    I-Remit’s bank-to-bank online crediting facility guarantees that remittances received before noon will be credited to the bank accounts of designated beneficiaries on the same day. These remittances maybe withdrawn by the family members of the OFWs from any ATM of BancNet, MegaLink, or Expressnet member banks. Collectively, there are over 70 commercial and thrift bank members of these three ATM consortia with a combined network of over 14,000 ATMs nationwide. Thru Bank-toBank, the clients can credit remittance to major local banks in the Philippines. Hence, this is also one of the fastest and most convenient ways of remitting money to their beneficiaries in the Philippines.

    IDeliver (Door-to-Door Delivery)
    I-Remit has the capability to deliver remittances in cash literally at the doorstep of the beneficiaries of OFWs through in-house and third party couriers. The Company has the widest coverage nationwide and can deliver remittances within the day in Metro Manila and nearby provinces, and in two days or more in other areas depending on the specific location of the beneficiaries. iRemit’s door-to-door delivery is by far the most efficient in the remittance industry. Through our in-house messengers and couriers, iRemit guarantees remittance delivery on the same day for areas in Metro Manila. Our provincial courier network is unequalled in terms of efficiency and timely delivery of remittance. Furthermore, iRemit boasts the widest coverage nationwide, reaching more beneficiaries in the Philippines than other remittance companies. Our delivery area spans from Regions 1 to 13.

    INotify (Remittance Pick-up) I-Remit has established alliances and strategic partnerships to allow OFW beneficiaries to pick-up remittances fromthebranches of various commercial and thrift banks, and pawnshops upon notification. With iNotify transactions, the beneficiaries in the Philippines can claim the remittances from more than 11,100 pick-up centers nationwide within 24 hours after receipt of the transaction from the Foreign Offices.

    IPay (Bills Payment)

    I-Remit accept payments for government contributions, insurance premiums, real estate payments and others.

    I-Remit has been authorized by various Philippine government agencies such as Social S e c u r i t y System (SSS), Philippine H e a l t h Insurance Corporation (PhilHealth), and the Home Development Mutual Fund (HDMF or PagIBIG) to collect savings contributions of OFWs . The company also has established collection agreements with numerous RECs (Real Estate Companies) wherein remitters can paytheir housing payments through any of I-Remit’s network of Foreign Offices globally.

    IShop (One-Stop Shop Delivery Service)

    I-Remit accepts orders and delivery of foods, gifts and appliances for OFW beneficiaries in the Philippines. I-Remit Foreign Offices accepts and coordinate the delivery of Pinoy gifts and “pasalubongs” from Filipinos abroad to their respective beneficiaries. Our customers can select from a wide range of products with our following corporate partners like Healthway Medical Corporation , Jollibee Foods Corporation , Nestle, Nestlé Health Science, Savers’s Appliance Depot, and Zalora.

    This continues to grow day by day.
    Para samahahalagang information at karagdagang kaalaman tungkol sa I-Remit, mangyaring magtungo sa website na ito: www.myiremit.com

    Inaanyayahan namin kayong gamitin at tangkilikin ang Padalahang Bayan na ito ng I-Remit, makipag-ugnay lamang sa OneFilCo-op General Manager, Mr. Jojo Palencia -604-780-2061. MABILIS NA, MAGAAN PA SA BCILSA! ONE FILIPINO COOPERATIVE Programs and Services: Pahiraman ng Bayan Micro Lending , Padalahan ng Bayan Money Remittance, Pauwi sa Pinas Fly Now Pay Later, Damayang Pinoy Program, Times Telecom

    Home Phone and Long Distance, The Filipino Channel Box, Networking and Referral Services (Job Posting, ICBC Auto Plan, Driving Instructions, Plane Ticketing, Insurance at iba pa.)
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