Golden Haven, the country’s integrated deathcare service provider, encourages overseas Filipino workers to improve their income by becoming their agents.
The leader in the deathcare industry, has launched Kabayan Rewards referral program that presents significant income opportunities to OFWs worldwide.
Red Rosales, COO of Golden Haven, explained the program encourages OFWs to refer any number of their fellow Filipino workers to Golden Haven and spur them to invest in its wide array of products—memorial lots, columbarium vaults, family estates, and even professionally curated mausoleums called “The Golden Shrines”.
All successfully completed deals will entitle OFWs to 5 percent of the total contract price, a no-fuss way to earn extra income.
With a great number of OFWs aspiring to come home this year, Rosales said that Golden Haven believes that these hard-working ‘balikbayans’ deserve a chance to leverage their hard-earned money on stable, long-haul ventures such as property investments. For this purpose, few opportunities trump those that are afforded by Golden Haven.
Spread over 30-plus nature-inspired locations across the country, Golden Haven Memorial parks offers easy-own payment terms and an inherent appreciation value that makes it the everyday Filipinos’ dream investment package.
To sum it up, Golden Haven’s Kabayan Rewards grants dual benefits: an additional source of income for OFWs that successfully refer new customers to Golden Haven and fine investment options for OFWs seeking a stable and steady stream of income.
Joining Kabayan Rewards is incredibly easy and convenient as well. All one needs to do is to register with the Kabayan Reward Form on the official Golden Haven website. From there, a marketing representative will guide applicants through the succeeding steps.
“Our Kabayan Rewards program presents mutually beneficial terms to both their OFW customer-participants and OFWs seeking stable and lucrative ways to grow their money. “It’s a dual-win for them,” he said.
“We are likewise confident that referrals will have a positive multiplier effect down the line, which means that each party’s objective will be served, moving forward.”
Rosales noted that OFWs have long been a symbol of the enduring values and enterprising spirit of the Filipino. “Their persistent hard work to help support their families back home has done immeasurable good for the country,” said Rosales.
The latest figures from the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas revealed that overseas Filipino workers’ cumulative cash remittances amounted to $16.616 billion in the first half of 2021 alone.