VideoKall Video Remittance System

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Published on March 1, 2009

Author: vwaterson

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Slide 2: There’s an international community which is not bound by race or religion and it keeps the economies alive of many developing countries. Slide 3: It numbers at least 100 million people spread across five continents. Slide 4: So who is this community? . Slide 5: It is the hard working millions of migrant workers who clean hotel rooms, care for the needs of families with children, and run many of the merchant ships that cross the oceans. Slide 6: These are the unsung heroes. The real powerhouse behind countries such as the Philippines and Mexico. Slide 7: As in past generations of immigrants, they endure separation for months sometimes years, often in backbreaking jobs, so that they can house and feed their families back home. Slide 8: Every month these days, they will stand in line at a bank or Money Transfer Agency office to wire home a large percentage of their wages. Slide 9: Sadly they cannot see the joy on the face of a wife, a husband or parents receiving their hard-earned money, and they can only imagine what it would be like to be there and share that moment. Slide 10: Well, all that’s about to change. Slide 11: A new service called “VideoKall” will, for the first time ever, provide a public access terminal that will allow migrant workers to send their remittances within seconds and see the recipient at the same time! Slide 12: Imagine a father, working overseas, seeing his daughter laugh or even cry when she sees her father’s image on a video terminal. Also, at the push of a button, that precious moment can be captured by the VideoKall terminal as a picture or a video and sent to an email address. MANILA Slide 13: So when the day’s work ends, and thoughts turn to the family so far away, the happy video moment stored on an email can be downloaded to something as convenient and Inexpensive as a memory stick, and plugged into just about any computer at a workplace or internet café. A precious moment captured on just a wafer of silicon! MANILA SINGAPORE Slide 14: And the money transfer? Slide 15: Now we get to the most amazing part of the VideoKall system. The very same SMART card, which is used to pay for the video call, can be loaded with hundreds of dollars of remittance money. During the very same video call, the money can be transferred electronically to a SMART card that is inserted In a similar video payphone terminal in Manila or Mexico City or wherever, by a family member. And there is visual and emotional confirmation! MANILA MEXICO CITY Slide 16: Goodbye to standing in line at the bank to make a wire transfer to someone you may not see for months, and to that someone who may have to wait hours or even days to receive the payment. Slide 17: VideoKall video payphone terminals will be located in air-conditioned shopping malls in both the sender and recipient countries. Migrant workers can purchase SMART cards from vending machines in the mall, or at participating banks,and load them with up to five hundred dollars remittance. Slide 18: Then a simple text or voice message to the family member back home is all that’s required to tell them the location of the VideoKall terminal in their country and the time the call is to take place. Slide 19: The family member can also purchase a blank SMART card for a small fee from a SMART Card dispenser in the local shopping mall. Slide 20: During the VideoKall video phone call, both parties insert the SMART cards into their video payphones and in seconds, hundreds of dollars are transferred from one SMART card to the other. LOS ANGELES SHOPPING MALL Slide 21: There can be no doubt about the transfer because the sender can watch the family member remove the SMART card containing the remittance from the video payphone terminal. LOS ANGELES SHOPPING MALL VideoKall Terminal Slide 22: After all, the reason that migrant workers are away from their families for months and years on end is so they can care for their families. So don’t they deserve to be able to see their families? We at VideoKall think so, which is why we designed the US patent protected VideoKall system. LOS ANGELES MALL MANILA MEGA MALL Slide 23: VideoKall. Bringing migrant workers and their families so much closer together! Slide 24: Gracias (?)! Thank you! Mabuhay! Adios! Slide 25: VideoKall is a product of VideoKall Inc www.videokall.com

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