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MoneyGram and 7-Eleven offer $5 flat fee for international money transfer

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MoneyGram has announced that it is now easier and more affordable to send money at 7-Eleven with the newly introduced $5 flat fee for money transfers. The $5 flat fee is applicable for each transaction up to AUD$3,000.

With this new everyday low fee and no hidden or extra charges when sending money to the Philippines, every cent you send can go further for your loved ones overseas.

With over 600+ stores Australia-wide, 7-Eleven provides convenience 24/7 when sending money. You can use the MoneyGram touch screen kiosk found in 7-Eleven, or online at 7elevenmoneytransfer.com.au to start and then complete the transaction in-store. 

Your money will arrive to your recipient at key agent locations in the Philippines such as Cebuana Lhuillier, M Lhuilier, Palawan pawnshop, RD Pawnshop, and SM Malls within minutes, and you can even send directly to BPI and BDO bank accounts and receive directly to your GCash wallet. 

It’s quick, easy and reliable. 

According to World Bank data, Australia supports more than $16.8B in outflow money transfers to global markets like China, India, and the Philippines. With such a strong remittance market in Australia, MoneyGram has continually looked to grow its services and discover how and where consumers can transact with the brand.

Leading the evolution of digital P2P payments, MoneyGram has grown to serve nearly 150 million people across the globe over the last five years.

For more information, visit ir.moneygram.com and follow @MoneyGram.


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