When sending money to the Philippines, overseas Filipinos are usually asked to provide the SWIFT code of the recipient local bank. About this post: bpi swift code, bank codes ph, Metrobank Philippines Swift Code, metrobank swift code philippines, swift code philippines
You’re trying to withdraw cash using an Automated Teller Machine (ATM), but the money was not dispensed and yet the amount was deducted from your account. Oh no!
We’ve been getting questions from our readers regarding how to open a bank account in the Philippines. Some questions they’ve frequently asked us include: About this post: opening a bank account in the philippines, how to open a bank account, how to open a bank
The good news is, since 2008, the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (Central Bank of the Philippines) has required bank customers to present only one (1) valid or government ID when opening a new bank account. A June 2008 BSP circular relaxed the bank’s requirement on the
The Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) has reminded banks and non-stock savings and loan associations (NSSLA) to abide by the rules on the charging of dormancy fees. About this post: atm card account no
Take a look at the screenshot of a website below. If you’re a Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI) customer using its online banking facility, you’ll most likely recognize it as the BPI Express Online (BPI EOL) website. Look again. It’s not! It’s actually a fake
If you are a customer of the Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI) and you find yourself unable to login to BPI ExpressOnline or the mobile banking app, or worse, you’re seeing negative balances or unauthorized withdrawals in your account, here’s why: BPI is currently
Attention: BPI account holders! If you want to receive an SMS or email notification whenever there are ATM withdrawals on your Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI) account, you can easily set this up using BPI’s online banking facility. About this post: atm withdrawal notification, bpi sms,