Rebit.ph is one of the first Bitcoin-remittance, or "Rebittance", services in the world. The Philippines ranks third in annual volume overseas remittances globally with $27 Billion last year alone, in a market worth $613 Billion. The cost to send this money to and within the Philippines however is up to 9 percent.
Rebit allows anyone in the world to use Bitcoin and fiat to remit money to the Philippines, paid out to individuals and businesses via local banks or nationwide cash pick up centres (over 10,000 locations). Rebit also allows users to pay bills and top up their mobile phone credit.
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Yes. Rebit does not charge users any fees to use the service. Only third-party fees apply for payouts to bank accounts not opened in Metro Manila and payouts using pawnshops. There is a real-time price of the charges displayed on the sidebar to help guide you.
You can choose between sending it directly into their bank accounts, cash pick-up via any of these pawnshops (Cebuana Lhuillier, M. Lhuillier, Palawan Express and LBC).
You can also opt to send them prepaid load or pay any of their bills.
Rebit and bills payments made within 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM for banks and 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM for remittance and pick-up centers will be completed within the day. Otherwise, these will be completed the next morning. Prepaid Load will be received almost instantly.
Our support line is available from 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM Philippine Standard Time.
Bitcoin is a new technology that allows people to send money over the internet. Learn more about it at www.bitcoin.org.
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