Wednesday, November 21, 2007

Money Transfer to the Philippines via iKobo!

iKobo ImageWant to send money to the Philippines the easy way? Heck, send up to $1000 anywhere for only $5! Check out this interesting Money Transfer service from iKobo! It’s not only simple, it’s the ultimate coolness in money transfer technology! Users can send money to their relatives and friends 24 hours a day, seven days a week, right from their own computer - at their own home! Money transfer transactions are funded using a credit card or bank account! Now, that’s convenience in my book!

iKobo will ship to the receiver the iKobo Visa prepaid card via FedEx. The card, which features the embossed name of the cardholder, can be utilized at more than a million ATMs around the world! Money transfer In the Philippines? It's a breeze because the iKobo Visa Prepaid Card can be used at several popular banks and ATMs in the country! These include MetroBank, Union Bank, Land Bank, Bank of the Philippine Islands, Philippine National Bank, and Equitable PCI Bank. And did you know that the iKobo Visa prepaid card can even be used at stores wherever the VISA is displayed! Yes! Use it to your heart's desire and content! And I kid you not!

The iKobo Visa also integrates a 24-hour automated phone access for a number of activities, e.g., PIN reset, current balance check, and transaction report. Security issues? No worries! The iKobo service is supported by 128-bit SSL encryption technology and 24/7 transaction monitoring for the ultimate peace of mind in online money transfer transactions. By the way, users can also report lost or stolen cards for their protection! No kidding! IKobo thought of everything!

And here’s an added bonus! Post this code, BVERT35, when signing up and get 35% discount on the 1st transaction! So, what are you waiting for? Send money to the Philippines via iKobo! Now!


Anonymous said...

I just tried sending money to the Philippines from a cool web site called It was really cheap and my Wife got her money right away. Perfect. I'd use to send money to the Philippines.

THE ANiTOKiD said...

Good for you, my friend!


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