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How can a Traveler Benefit from the New Cebuana Lhuillier Website?

the New Cebuana Lhuillier Website

Traveling is not always just fun you see in awesome travel photos. Sometimes, sh!t happens even if you don't want it. What if you lost your wallet while in transit? What if you got short of cash and there is no available ATM or banks where you could withdraw? What if you get robbed while exploring an unfamiliar place? What will you do?

How can a Traveler Benefit from the New Cebuana Lhuillier Website?


In case these unwanted things happen to you, here are some of my suggestions that you could do.

1. Ask your friends or family to send you money via Cebuana Lhullier Pera Padala

With more than 1,800 branches nationwide, you'll find a branch near you wherever you are. Use Cebuana Lhuiller's mobile optimized website where there's a "Branch Locator" to easily find a branch near you. More to that, the website has a geo-tagging feature which locates you and shows the nearest Cebuana Lhuiller branch. How cool is that?!

2. Pawn your Valuable Items

Cebuana Lhuiller accepts a wide array of items such as jewelries, cameras and mobile phones. Using Cebuana Lhuiller's website's appraisal calculator feature, it gives you an idea how much an item can be pawned even before you visit a branch.

These are just 2 of the things that a traveler could benefit from the new Cebuana Lhuiller website. Do you have other suggestions? Kindly leave a comment below.

For more information, visit Cebuana Lhuiller's website at www.cebuanalhuillier.com

SEE ALSO: 5 Things I Love About the New Cebuana Lhuillier Website


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