Send money to the Philippines from the comforts of your home in the UK! Help combat the spread of the coronavirus and protect one another by staying at home and remitting online. You can easily do so through Kabayan Remit. To begin, visit www.kabayanremit.com or download the FREE Kabayan Remit mobile app. Our services are available 24/7 so you can send money anytime of the day.
The whole world is currently facing an unprecedented challenge brought about by the novel coronavirus pandemic. With the increasing number of related cases and fatalities caused by the disease, everyone’s cooperation is much needed to battle against the global crisis together. In most countries, lockdowns and border closures have been implemented to contain the virus and slow down its spread.
As the impact of the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak continues to develop and grow across the world, we would like to give you a service update regarding our services during this challenging time. Despite the widespread cancellation of public events, closure of schools and retail outlets, Kabayan Remit continues to operate as usual.
We started Kabayan Remit's operations in the UK in 2014. The company was founded upon our vision of making money remittance faster, easier and more convenient for Filipinos who work hard overseas for their family. As sending money back then was inconvenient, expensive, and time consuming, our founders decided to develop an easy-to-use website and mobile app. A platform that made remittance easier, cheaper and quicker for Filipinos.
Now that the UK has left the EU, you might have questions about the new UK laws regarding immigration. If you want to find out more about these changes or seek free legal advice from solicitors, you can come and join us at our upcoming Pamanang Gabay events! The event is free of charge and you will also have a chance to learn about investment opportunities.
Living and working abroad is not always glitz and glam. It’s a great experience, but juggling busy schedules can be quite overwhelming. From working to starting a social life in the UK, to keeping in touch with family in the Philippines, it can get tiring. It’s even worse when a family emergency comes up in the Philippines and you can’t fly back right away.