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Transfer money

from New Zealand to the Philippines

Sable Remit transfers money from New Zealand directly to the Philippines, making it easier and faster than ever to show your loved ones that you care.

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Simplifying sending money abroad

Using a bank to send money abroad can be an expensive and laborious task, made worse by chains of middlemen, mounds of paperwork and hidden fees that you are liable to pay.

Most banks offer poor rates and add on hidden fees that push up the cost of your money transfer. Transferring money to those you love might be important but it doesn’t have to be expensive and burdensome. Sable Remit is just as secure as a bank with the benefit of being able to transfer your money faster, cheaper and more efficiently.

Make sending money to the Philippines from New Zealand easy with Sable Remit

Our core belief is “Para sa’yo ‘to,” which roughly translates to “This one’s for you”. This was inspired by the understanding of what is behind every money transfer. It is a constant reminder for us to keep doing our best to take care of you so that you can continue to take care of others.

Transfer money conveniently

You can transfer money online through our payments portal whenever it suits you. Our portal is 100% secure and available 24/7. You can complete your transfer, regardless of the amount, whenever you want. The process is simple and hassle-free.

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What are the fees and exchange rates?

We know times have been hard and your budgets and funds might be more restricted than ever. Therefore, finding the most competitive deal when you are looking to transfer money is important.

When making international payments, the costs are divided into two areas. The fees and the exchange rates. The exchange rate simply determines how much of one specific currency another currency can buy. This is why you want the best exchange rate possible so that you can get the most out of your money. Sourcing the best rates and offering incredibly low fees and transparent fees is what we do best.

Our low fees mean you save more. This one is for you.

How to transfer money to any city within the Philippines

Sending money from one country to another is completely different from standard domestic transfers as the different banking systems need to be navigated and currency exchanges need to be made. With years of experience and a strong global presence, we can help you to easily transfer money from New Zealand to anywhere in the Philippines.

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How it works

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1. Register

Register your account online to get full access to our secure money transfer service.

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2. Activate

To activate your account, simply upload or email our team proof of identity and address.

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3. Transfer

Send New Zealand Dollars safely and securely to the Philippines.

Sable Remit is the fastest, cheapest and easiest way to send money from New Zealand to the Philippines.

Whether you are sending money to friends, family, as a gift, or just to help out, you can trust us to transfer your money quickly and reliably.

Send New Zealand dollars safely and securely

T: (03) 8651 4505

E: info@sableremit.com

Frequently Asked Questions about online money transfers

It’s only natural to have questions when you’re choosing a forex provider. Here at Sable Remit, we understand that sending money can be intimidating. This is why we have worked very hard to make remittances an easy and worry-free process.

1. How long does it take to activate my account once I’ve registered?

As soon as we have received a copy of your passport and proof of residential address (signed and dated by yourself), we will activate your account on the same business day.

2. How are the exchange rates calculated?

Here at Sable Remit, we strive to get you the best rates. We canvass the market on your behalf, add a small margin to the rates we obtain and pass that rate on to you. The exchange rates we offer fall between the interbank rate (the truest exchange rate) and the rate offered by high street banks and bureaux de change.

The rates on our site are updated throughout the day but are indicative only.

3. Is Sable Remit safe?

As a member of Sable International, an organisation that provides cross-border financial and immigration services to a global community, we’re highly equipped to manage your transfers from Australia to the Philippines.

We’re registered and transactions are conducted on a secure and encrypted portal. We hold an Australian Financial Services License issued by ASIC to deal in foreign exchange (1st Contact Group - AFS License number 335 126).

4. Between which countries can I send funds?

Sable Remit exclusively transfers funds from Australia to the Philippines.

5. What documents do I need to send?

We are required by law to seek ample documentation from our clients.

Simply send a copy (scanned or photo) of the following:

  • Copy of your passport - showing all four corners of the page
  • Photo of yourself or selfie with your chosen ID (passport must show the biometric page)
  • Proof of address - not older than 3 months (e.g. bank statement or utility bill)

6. How much are the transfer fees?

We have worked very hard to make transfer fees the lowest possible. This is why we only charge a flat fee of $3.50 per transfer.

7. Can I send money to a credit card?

Unfortunately, as of the moment, we do not have this capability.

8. What is the processing time for a transfer?

Once we have received all documentation associated with the transaction and your funds have cleared, the funds will be credited to your recipient’s bank account within one to three working days.

9. What are the minimum and maximum amounts that can be transferred?

There is a minimum sending amount of AUD 10 and maximum of AUD 1,500 per calendar month.

10. What methods of payment can I use to transfer the funds to your account?

We can only accept AUD EFT bank deposits in our bank account. Once you send a money request, we will send you our details where you can deposit the money. Please indicate your full name in the reference box. If this is not supplied, proof of payment must be emailed to us for us to allocate your fund transfer.

11. How can I be sure that my funds will be correctly allocated?

We use your name to cross-check details. Correct and accurate details will allow us to process your transfer as soon as possible. If a different reference is placed, please email us at info@sableremit.com to avoid processing delays.

12. What are the requirements of a registered money service business?

The law requires us to monitor any unusual or suspicious transactions of any size taking place where we have reason to believe the money is derived from illegal activity. We will report any suspicious international money transfers to the authorities.

The law also requires us to keep full records of all transactions, together with copies of identification provided. We are unable to process any transaction where this information is withheld. Proof of address and proof of funds may be required in certain cases – please see our “know your customer” guidelines for more information.

13. How secure is the site?

Our site uses Secure Socket Layer (SSL) 128-bit encryption to protect your transaction details. This 128-bit encryption is the latest and strongest data encryption technique commercially available for securing information between you, our client and our website.

SSL works by encrypting/scrambling data from our website to your computer. The data is encrypted on our web server and can only be decrypted/unscrambled by the person with the correct decrypt/unscramble key. You can visually verify our site’s use of SSL in two places: The "s" in https in the site’s web address and by the padlock on the left-hand side of the address bar.

14. Who can I contact if I have other concerns?

Still got questions? We’re here to help! Email us on info@sableremit.com or call us at (03) 8651 4505

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