Updated August 2019
Legitimate business naman ang QuickPay. Pag-aari nga ito ng National Commercial Bank (NCB), based in Saudi Arabia, considered the second biggest bank in the Middle East.
Pero ang suggestion ko is kung merong ibang legitimate remittance service sa inyo diyan sa Middle East, yon na lang muna ang gamitin ninyo.
Yong sa mga merong QuickPay remittance, kung hindi pa makita ang remittance sa Cebuana or MLhuillier, subukan nio sa bangko, kasi itong mga bangko ang mga direct partners ng QuickPay. See the list of partner banks below.
Kung hindi pa rin makita ang remittance sa bank systems after 3 to 5 days, sabihan nio na ang sender para i-follow-up nia sa QuickPay.
You can claim your NCB QUICKPAY remittance from these banks or remittance companies.
Go to the counters na merong naka-display na Remittance signs. Or ask the guards.
Sabihin nio lang QuickPay (12-digit reference no.) or Moneygram Remittance (8-digit reference no.). Merong remittance form that you will fill-up and sign.
You can claim your remittance at any of these QUICKPAY partners:
Asia United Bank
MyRemit, a Kapamilya Service of TFC
PNB Savings Bank
MoneyGram Pick-up code is 8 digits
You can also claim your remittance from any of these MyRemit partners:
What is QUICKPAY?
It is a remittance service offered by National Commercial Bank (NCB) to OFWs in Saudi Arabia, Qatar and other Middle East countries where there are NCB QuickPay centers and NCB ATMs.
How to be a QuickPay Remittance member:
. Go to an NCB QuickPay Center with your Iqama and ask to open a Quick Pay Remittance Membership.
. It is FREE and NO MAINTAINING BALANCE is required.
. You will fill up a registration form. You will be given an ATM card.
. Register also your beneficiary. Ask for a Beneficiary Registration form. Make sure you write your Beneficiary’s Name, Bank Name and Bank Account Number correctly. Even if just one letter or just one number is wrong, you remittance will be delayed, rejected by the receiving banking system, or will not be released by the beneficiary’s bank or remittance partners.