How to get money from dasayas to poverty travelers
Poor travelers who wish to visit other countries have no option but to make an online banking application.
The application has been designed to allow them to earn money from the locals by sending money and other goods to them, even if the amount sent is negligible.
“We are working on it and have already submitted a plan to the government to help the poor travelers,” said Maithil Singh, who heads the NGO Dhanani Chai.
In the meantime, poor travelers have been turning to online banking services.
According to the online banking app, they can deposit their money, send money to their bank account and receive an SMS when the money is paid in.
DhananiChai has set up a branch in Manila and a mobile banking branch in Davao City.
Another NGO, Dhanansarama, has also set up mobile banking branches in the Philippines and Vietnam.
Some of the money that was sent from abroad by the poor traveler to the mobile banking accounts was used to pay for food for them and their families.
But the money was not returned to the families as the mobile banks were closed due to lack of money in their accounts.
There are two main reasons for this.
First, the poor travellers have been unable to send their money back because they do not have a bank account.
Second, the mobile bank account is closed because of lack of funds in their account.
The poor travelers are unable to pay their debts or pay rent because they have not had money to pay the rent for months.
They are now relying on their mobile banking account to get the money.
I do not think they are getting their money from mobile banking services because they cannot make any money,” said Pradeep Kaur, a resident of Pampanga City who was one of the lucky ones to receive a mobile account after receiving a mobile number.
We do not know what the money will be used for, since we do not get money on the day of our travel.
If we have to pay rent, then we have the money for that,” he said. “
It is like a cashier’s check.
If we have to pay rent, then we have the money for that,” he said.
When contacted by The Hindu, the Pampangan branch manager said that the poor traveller could use the mobile number he got from the online bank to make the payment.
However, the amount was insufficient to cover the rent, which they had to pay.
“They do not even have enough to pay all the bills and the food that they have to buy for their families,” the manager said.