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New Online Payment System Cheaper than PayPal: Send Money to the Philippines with

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Salt Lake City, UT (PRWEB) October 26, 2012

Paying outsourced employees shouldn't be an obnoxious hassle or burdening expense. But more often than not, it's both. That's why John Jonas, a veteran outsourcer, created With, outsourcing entrepreneurs can send money to the Philippines quickly, simply and at minimal cost.

“This launch is paramount to the outsourcing world,” says John Jonas, creator of “For business owners who outsource to the Philippines, there's never been a more convenient, inexpensive or secure way to pay their employees. The exchange rate is higher, there are no sign-up fees, no monthly charges, and doesn't take a percentage of your transfer.”

Rather than charging business owners a percentage of their transfer (which can become very costly), each transaction is sent for a low, flat-rate. It potentially saves entrepreneurs hundreds of dollars each year, depending on how many employees they pay. works with a Filipino debit card to keep payments secure. When an employer makes a virtual payment with, the money is directly loaded onto a specialized debit card that can be used at 8,000 ATMs throughout the Philippines. Employers can send up to 18 debit cards to different employees or freelance worker in the Philippines at no cost.

And, there's no charge or ATM fees when the card is used at Banco de Oro, the Philippines' most popular bank.

“This is a major step forward for us. In the past we used Xoom, but has the ATM card which makes it so easy for our team to receive money at any ATM machine, not to mention [it] is cheaper and faster,” says Steve B., outsourcing entrepreneur.

And, is truly international. Employers can send money to the Philippines from any country using any currency. With no sign-up fees and no monthly charge, is an easy alternative to PayPal, or Moneygram., created by internet entrepreneur John Jonas, is a premier global Filipino payment system. Since 2007, John has used innovative methods to teach business owners how to increase efficiency and decrease cost by delegating labor to the Philippines. Jonas offers customized tools to hire, train, manage and pay Filipino employees through, and

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