How The Moolah App Is helping OFWs Save On Remittance Fees [Review]

June 04, 2021

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Moolah is a mobile app that is revolutionizing bills payment among Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs) by giving them the power to settle their bills in the Philippines directly from their smartphones. This can be done at the comfort of their homes or anywhere else where there is an internet connection.

Moolah app's benefits to OFWs

How The Moolah App Is helping OFWs Save On Remittance Fees [Review]





    Why is Moolah the practical choice?


    Moolah is the practical choice because OFWs don’t have to fall in line and pay additional fees in remittance centers just to send money to their loved ones when there is a need to settle their utility bills back home.

    The advantages of using the Moolah app


    That’s because, with the Moolah app, OFWs have the ability to pay their electricity, water, cable and internet, and telecommunications bills in The Philippines at a much lower cost.

    What’s even better with Moolah is that it also allows OFWs to make straight payments of their SSS and Pag-IBIG contributions. Again, this elevates the level of convenience for them because they can easily send their monthly payments and pay their loans without having to worry about deadlines.

    Moolah’s list of biller partners


    Moolah is currently available to OFWs in Singapore but it will soon cover other territories where there is a large concentration of OFWs.


    Moolah app's list of biller partners


    Moolah currently has billers from some of the major service providers around the Philippines. These billers are continuously growing to provide the best service to hardworking OFWs abroad.

    Here are some of Moolah’s billers:

    Electric Companies


    • Tarlac Electric Cooperative
    • Davao Light
    • Visayan Electric Company
    • Cagayan Electric Power & Light Company, Inc.
    • Cotabato Light
    • Subic Enerzone
    • PANELCO III
    • Angeles Electric Corporation
    • Cebu Electric Cooperative, Inc.
    • BENECO
    • Ilocos Norte Electric Cooperative, Inc.
    • Quezon Electric Cooperative, Inc.
    • PELCO III
    • San Jose City Electric Cooperative

    Water Service Providers


    • Santa Maria Water District
    • Bulacan Water District
    • Subic Water
    • San Pedro Water District
    • Metropolitan Cebu Water District
    • Laguna Water
    • Camarines Norte Water District
    • Clark Water
    • Lemery Water District
    • San Carlos City Water District
    • Tarlac City Water District
    • First Peak Resources and Technologies, Inc.
    • Tarlac Water District
    • Sorsogon City Water District

    Cable and Internet Service Providers


    • Smart
    • PLDT
    • Converge
    • Globe
    • Sky Cable
    • Hi-Tech Cable TV, Inc.
    • Planet Cable
    • Primecast
    • Royal Cable
    • Cablelink
    • CLC Television Network
    • ACCTN

    Telco Service Providers


    • Globe
    • Smart
    • PLDT

    Government Contributions


    • SSS (Contributions, Member Loan, Real-Estate Loan, PESO Fund, and Miscellaneous
      fees) 
    • Pag-IBIG

    How to download and install the Moolah app


    To download Moolah, just go to the Google Play Store or the Apple App Store, and then search “Moolah Pinoy.” Click “Install” when the app appears.


    Moolah app for easy electric bill payment



    You may also download the Moolah app through these links: Google Play Store and Apple App Store.

    Registering for an account is simple. Just open the app, click “create an account” and input your personal information. Follow the easy instructions
    that will appear.

    If you have questions or looking for more information, visit Moolah's website.

    Epilogue


    Moolah is an innovative mobile app that is set to empower OFWs by giving them the ability to pay their utility bills such as electric, water, cable and internet, telecommunications, and even government contributions directly in the Philippines.

    That means they don’t have to fall in line and pay expensive remittance fees just to send money for bill payments back home. Moolah is continuously expanding its list of biller partners to give the best possible service to OFWs.


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