Money transfer

Dina de Leon (third from left) and her frontline workers don surgical face masks as they serve customers in their Smart Padala by PayMaya Center in North Caloocan, which has become a lifeline for workers and employees stuck in Metro Manila amid the enhanced community quarantine. As Metro Manila was placed on enhanced community quarantine on March 15, de Leon’s small remittance outlet turned into a lifeline for many workers virtually trapped inside the nation’s capital.

Topics: Money transfer , Smart Padala , PayMaya , enhanced community quarantine
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