SAN FRANCISCO, CA
, June 23, 2009 – Xoom.com, the fastest growing global online money transfer company, has announced the launch of its Tagalog website to make it even more convenient for Filipino customers to send money to the Philippines.
“We have a firm commitment to provide the best service to the Filipino community. The Tagalog version of our website is the next step in this commitment,” said Julian King, Xoom.com Senior Vice President of Marketing and Corporate Development. Accessing the Xoom.com Tagalog Website
Customers can go to Xoom.com and select Tagalog from the list of languages to access the website in Tagalog
. With the help of simple instructions in Tagalog, sending and receiving money is now made even easier for both sender and receiver. Through the new Xoom tagalog website, both senders and receivers can track money transfers and find the most convenient remittance pickup location.
“Our goal is to make sending money easy for our fellow Pinoys,” said Gene Gutierrez, Xoom.com Regional Vice President for the Philippines. “We understand our countrymen’s needs.”
A Commitment to the Filipino Community
In addition to a Tagalog website, Xoom provides help and assistance with customer service in Tagalog. For more information on Xoom.com money transfer services, please visit www.xoom.com or call 1-877-993-7966 for customer service in English or Tagalog. Recipients in the Philippines can call 1-800-10-636-7000 (PLDT) or 1-800-8-636-7000 (Globe). Customers can also send e-mail to Xoom customer service 24 hours a day, 7 days a week by visiting www.xoom.com/help
Xoom Service in the Philippines
Xoom.com offers the option of cash pickup service available at more than 5,000 locations across the Philippines, including many that are open 24/7. Xoom.com also provides fast bank deposits to any bank in the Philippines and home delivery nationwide. About Xoom.com
Xoom.com enables individuals to send money from any Internet-enabled computer to family, friends and businesses worldwide. Xoom Corporation was founded in 2001 in San Francisco and is backed by leading venture firms Sequoia Capital, New Enterprise Associates and Fidelity Ventures.