Hi there, this is Ryo.
Today, I’m going to talk about how safe it is using coins.ph.
Through this article you would feel like using coins.ph in the future.
Using for 3 years almost
I’ve been using coins. ph for almost 3 years now ever since I found it when I was still working in the Philippines (btw I’m in Japan now.)
And I even invested some little amount of money I had, but I didn’t have any problem transferring money or no experience not to receive money I deposited.
I think you can pretty much trust this application so far.
I can also feel that the functions that they give have been improving gradually so that I get to use it easier than before.
Things I tried
Those are the things I tried through coins. ph.
- sending money from Japan account to Philippines one
- investing money and making it grow
- sending salary to my staff
- buying loads
So far, coins.ph is really helping me a lot especially in terms of charges. When it comes to sending money to Philippines via local bank to bank, it costs a lot, but by using coins.ph it’s just cost nothing to send from the wallet.
Of course when sending money from Japanese account to the one, it cost a little but it’s not a big deal to me.
It’s like I can’t live without this application now.
I think this is really useful if you have some businesses in a way of getting a help from Filipino (outsourcing) just like me.
I know that they offer a lot of services like paying the bills, but I haven’t tried them yet.
Maybe in the future I might try.
Troublesomeness I felt
Things that I felt troublesome is that sometimes when sending money, I can’t use some banks because of their problems in system.
Also, the charge which only BDO (P200) annoys me, knowing the almost all the banks offer free transfer.
I hope they also offer the same but I understand there might be some regulation which they can’t do so.
Thank you for reading all.
That is pretty much it.
Hope you enjoyed reading.
See you around!