How do you keep in touch with your family in the Philippines?
There are many popular ways to communicate with your loved ones after you send money back home and they run almost all the way across the board with on-line opportunities or mobile devices. That’s because they’re the most convenient.
Xoom, the expert in global money transfer, has conducted a new, revealing survey of its customers that identifies the most popular methods to check in with Filipino recipients of money transfers. Most of those who transfer money wind up communicating with the people who are receiving it by using E-mail, Facebook, the phone or Skype and Google Talk.
It’s important to remember that however you communicate about your money transfers with mom or dad or any other friend or family member back home in the Philippines, it doesn’t really matter. Well, a note in a bottle probably isn’t so good. But what does matter is that regardless of the method you choose to have a conversation about money transfers, you should always choose Xoom to make it happen. That’s because Xoom is not only the most convenient way to send money, it is also the quickest and safest.
Transferring money shouldn’t be a worry or a hassle, but it should be reliable and secure, and that’s just what Xoom is. John Kunze, president and CEO of Xoom, probably said it best: “It’s safe and secure, it’s Xoom.”