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How to Send and Receive Money Through LBC

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Remittances are a very common form of sending and receiving money in the Philippines. In fact, there are plenty of couriers in the country and LBC is one of those. The main service of LBC is sending of parcels and packages until they offer remittance services.

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Today, many Filipinos are using LBC in sending money to their loved ones or receiving money both domestically and internationally.

History of LBC

LBC is a courier that was established as an air cargo and brokerage agent in 1945. In fact, this courier company was the first to provide door-to-door delivery within 24-hours in the Philippines. Today, they offer several services including cargo and logistics, as well as remittance throughout the country and abroad.

They cater services to over 6,400 locations, agents, and partners in more than 30 countries. Wherever you go you’ll surely find LBC branch not only in public places but also shopping malls.

Sending money through LBC

Here’s a guide to help you ease the process of sending money through LBC.

  • Visit the nearest branch of LBC and ask for a remittance form. Complete the form by filing out important details such as name and address of the sender and of the receiver or consignee.
  • First timers will be required to accomplish the membership form so that the record of the customer will be included in the database. This way, it will be easier to transact business in the future.
  • After filling out the remittance form submit it to the LBC staff along with the money you will send and the corresponding amount of rate.
  • If the transaction is completed, the cashier will issue the receipt in which you can find the tracking number that is essential when claiming the remittance.

Read Also: How to Claim Money from Western Union Ph

LBC rates of remittance

If you want to try the service of LBC, you should know first the current rates of remittance corresponding to the amount of money that you will send. You can find the LBC Pera padala rates at the official website of LBC at www.lbcexpress.com.

Money Remittance Rates Table {source}

NCR RATES

SAME DAY

Same Day Delivery

NEXT DAY DELIVERY

Next Day Delivery

NORTH LUZON RATES

SAME DAY

Same Day Delivery

NEXT DAY DELIVERY

Next Day Delivery

SOUTH LUZON RATES

SAME DAY

Same Day Delivery

NEXT DAY DELIVERY

Next Day Delivery

VISAYAS RATES

SAME DAY

Same Day Delivery

NEXT DAY DELIVERY

Next Day Delivery

MINDANAO RATES

SAME DAY

Same Day Delivery

NEXT DAY DELIVERY

Next Day Delivery

Basic identification requirements

Whether you are sending or receiving money through LBC, you’ll be asked to present 2 valid IDs or any of the following:

You may also check the List of Acceptable and Valid ID’s in the Philippines

Receiving money through LBC

Just like sending money, the first thing to do if you will claim remittance is to fill out the LBC encashment form.

  • Fill out the name of the receiver, sender’s name and LBC tracking number.
  • Check all the details provided before submitting the form.
  • Submit the accomplished form along with the valid ID.
  • Check the money before leaving LBC branch and ask for the receipt.

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