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Send Money Transfers with Xoom to Help Philippine Flood Victims

Send Money Transfers with Xoom to Help Philippine Flood Victims

Xoom to donate 100% of money transfer fees for all donations sent to the Philippines Red Cross August 8-10, 2012

SAN FRANCISCO, CA August 8, 2012 – Xoom Corporation, a leading online consumer-to-consumer international money transfer company, has announced that it will donate 100% of the money transfer fees for all donations sent to the Philippine Red Cross (PRC) on Xoom.com from August 8-10, 2012.  Customers can visit  www.xoom.com/philippines to send a donation directly to PRC’s Peso or US Dollar bank accounts.

“Torrential rains in the Philippines has created some of the worst flooding there in years,” said Julian King, Xoom’s Senior Vice President, Marketing and Corporate Development. “In support of our Filipino family and friends, Xoom is here to assist the Filipino community by donating to the Philippine Red Cross.”

To make a donation to the PRC with Xoom, customers can follow these steps:

Step 1 – Sign up for a Xoom.com account, or sign in to your existing Xoom account.

 Step 2 – Select Bank Deposit as the disbursement option.

 Step 3 – Enter the following:

Recipient Name - Philippine Red Cross (PRC)

Bank Account Details - The following Philippine Red Cross (PRC) bank account details will be needed at the time of the transaction.  Customers can enter any one of the following bank accounts to make their donation:

PRC Peso Account:
Banco de Oro: 00-453-0018647
Bank of the Philippine Islands: 4991-0036-52
Metrobank:  151-3-041631228
Philippine National Bank: 3752-8350-0034
Unionbank: 1015-4000-0201

PRC Dollar Accounts:
Banco de Oro: 10-453-0039482
Bank of the Philippine Islands: 004994-0103-15
Metrobank: 151-2-15100218-2
Philippine National Bank: 3752-8350-0042
Unionbank: 1315-4000-0090

Enter Recipient Address and Phone Number:
Philippine Red Cross
National Headquarters
Bonifacio Drive, Port Area
Manila 2803, Philippines
Phone Number:  527-0000

Note: In addition to the money transfer fee, Xoom may also generate revenue when it changes your dollars into a foreign currency.

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