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TrueMoney pays tribute to the hardworking Filipino

 

Leading Fintech company TrueMoney Philippines recognizes the sacrifices that go into every peso sent home. With over 20,000 TrueMoney centers nationwide, the company has one of the most expansive payments and remittance networks in the Philippines.

“The value of Filipinos’ hard-earned money increases when you understand the blood, sweat, and tears that were put into earning it.” Jacqueline Van Den Ende, CEO of TrueMoney Philippines, says.

“It’s hard to do errands when I’m working especially when it gets really busy,” Dahay says. “It’s important for me to find a remittance center that is not only near me but also accessible to my family in the province — a remittance center that is available in small towns in Roxas.”

 


TrueMoney has one of the lowest remittance fees in the country and is now offering FREE Padala promo throughout its 20,000 outlets nationwide for a limited time only.

For more information, visit https://bit.ly/TrueMoney-Video2019 and www.truemoney.com.ph.

 

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