Xoom – Send Money to the Philippines

Here’s a list of Philippine banks and remittance services that processes Xoom remittances. You can send money online through Xoom using your credit card or your U.S. bank account.

Peso remittances may be picked up at:

  • M. Lhuillier
  • Banco de Oro
  • BDO Financial (BDO On-site)
  • SM Forex (Shoemart)
  • Cebuana Lhuillier
  • One Network Bank

U.S. dollar remittances may be picked up at:

  • M. Lhuillier
  • Banco de Oro
  • BDO Financial (BDO On-site)
  • SM Forex (Shoemart)

You may deposit to your or your recipients’ savings accounts or checking accounts at these Philippine banks. It can be a Peso account or a U.S. dollar account.

ABN Amro Bank
Active Bank
Allied Bank
Asian Bank
Asia United Bank
Banco de Oro
Banco Filipino
Banco San Juan
Bank of Commerce
Bank of the Philippine Islands
BPI Family Savings Bank
Centennial Savings Bank
China Banking Corp
Citibank Savings
CityState Bank
Citystate Savings Bank
Development Bank of the Philippines
East West Bank
Ecology Savings Bank
Equitable PCI Bank
Equitable Savings Bank
Export Industry Bank
First Allied Bank
First E-Bank
GSIS Family Thrifty Bank
HSBC Savings Bank
Insular Bank
International Exchange Bank
Keppel Bank
Land Bank of the Philippines
LBC Bank
Luzon Development Bank
Malayan Bank
Manila Bank
Merchants Bank
Opportunity Microfinance Bank
Philam Bank
Philippine Banking Corporation
Philippine National Bank
Philippine Savings Bank
Philippine Trust Company
Philippine Veterans Bank
PhilTrust Bank
Planters Bank
Postal Bank
Premiere Bank
Prudential Bank
RCBC Savings Bank
Real Bank
Robinsons Bank
Sarangani Bank
Security Bank
Standard Chartered
Summit Bank
Traders Royal Bank
UCPB Savings
Union Bank
United Coconut Planters Bank
United Overseas Bank
Veterans Bank
Westmont Bank
World Partners Bank

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