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Phil Embassy News: PAALALA TUNGKOL SA REMITTANCES

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Phil Embassy News: PAALALA TUNGKOL SA REMITTANCES

Post by airlinehunk24 on Fri Feb 17, 2012 10:15 am


Pinaalalahan ang mga Pilipino sa South Korea na gumamit lamang ng mga lehitimong remittance agents sa pagpapadala ng pera sa Pilipinas.
Ang mga sumusunod na problema ay madalas mangyari dulot ng hindi paggamit ng lehitimong remittance agents:

1. Walang kontrol o kasiguruhan sa padala. Minsan ay “nawawala” ang padala o kaya ay nauuwi sa pautang;

2. Kawalan ng resibo na magpapatunay ng transaksyon;

3. Para sa nagdadala, pagiging delikado ng pagbitbit ng malaking halaga; at

4. Money laundering. Kailangang ideklara ang higit sa USD10,000 na ipapasok sa Pilipinas. Mahigpit din ang customs ng South Korea sa mga inilalabas na pera, lalo na kung ang pinagmulan ay sa iligal na transaksyon.

May mga bangko sa South Korea na hinahayaang magbukas ng bank account ang foreigner, may visa man o wala. Sumangguni sa mga bangko at iba pang lehitimong remittance/ money transfer agents para maiwasan ang problema.




ADVISORY ON REMITTANCES

The public is reminded to use only legitimate remittance agents when sending money to the Philippines.

The use of illegitimate agents commonly leads to the following problems:

1. Lack of control or security over the remittance. Remittances are sometimes “lost” or become debts owed to the remitter;

2. Lack of receipts and other documentary evidence of the transaction;

3. Security risks for those carrying large amounts of cash; and

4. Money laundering. Amounts greater than USD10,000 need to be declared upon entry to the Philippines. The South Korea Customs Service also implements strict regulations pertaining to exiting money, especially if obtained through illegal means.

Some South Korean banks allow foreigners to open bank accounts regardless of whether one has a valid visa or none. Please consult with the banks and other legitimate remittance / money transfer agents to avoid complications in the future.

courtesy of Philippine Embassy in Korea
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Re: Phil Embassy News: PAALALA TUNGKOL SA REMITTANCES

Post by mark0826 on Thu Sep 19, 2013 3:48 am

mga boss..tanung ko lng kung sn yung thread sa ngbebenta ng starex sa korea..yung pinoy ang broker..tnnxxxx..

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