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  1. Even though I haven’t remitted. If I make an initial deposit, can i prevent it from being inactive? And if the money arrives, will it activate the card?

  2. We were told by the one who checked the card that it’s an unathorized invalid card. Can it be reactivated if a remittance is sent? It’s really needed by koney. And if ever what can I do to fix it?

  3. Hi Glenn, I suggest you ask someone to check if the account is active, as maybe only the atm card was deactivated due to a certain reason. Ask your family to deposit 100 pesos to your account over the counter using a deposit slip. If your account is active, the deposit will be accepted. If no longer active or already closed, the deposit won’t be accepted. If your account is already closed, send your remittance for CASH PICKUP. If you send to a closed account, your remittance will be rejected and be put on hold and you’ll spend some time and money to amend your remittance from deposit-to-account to cash-pickup.

  4. Hi mrs nora,
    I just wanna ask if i can used my kabayan card to purchased apps like in apple store or itunes?
    Hope will hear from you soon have a good day

  5. Hi Leah, there’s no expiration date. But if your Kabayan account is closed, then your atm card will not work.

  6. I have not remitted to my kabayan atm card since august 2014. Most likely it’s closed. How can I reactivate it? I brought my card with me here in Saudi. Thank you. Waiting for your reply

  7. Hi nora! If an ofw deposits from saudi to an account at bdo kabayan savings, can the deposit be withdrawn immediately or is there a clearing? Thanks

  8. Hi kristine, if through usual remittance companies, usually the deposit is credited to the account the next day, or after 24 to 48 hours, based on my experience. If sent for Cash Pickup through Western Union or Moneygram, the money can be claimed immediately over the counter.

  9. Hi Rhea, it’s only been 6 or 7 months since Aug 2014 (their rule is at least 1 remittance within 12 months), so I think your Kabayan is still active, and you can remit money to it. But to be sure, you can make your inquiry here before sending money to it: BDO Contact Page

  10. Hi. Is my kabayan account still active? Last deposit was dec 2013. Balance was 700php and if no longer active, can I reactivate it?

  11. Hi angel, I think your account is already closed and I think BDO does not allow reactivation in this case. But you can open a new Kabayan account.

  12. Ms, Good day. Is there any branch at saudi arabia, khobar? i want to open a savings account or is there any way to open savings account? I’m on now at Saudi Arabia. Thanks.

  13. Hello good afternoon. In the past, I can withdraw from my savings here in bahrain and use it to buy here at the shopping mall. Why now I can’t use it? I remitted last on february 7,2015 100 bahrain dinar through western union. Thanks

  14. Hi i done deposit to my ofw acount savings..how could i check my balance inquiry…i register also to bdo.com.ph just want to make sure my money was there in acount

  15. Hi ms. Nora… I have kabayan savings account… but I didnt deposit since july 2014.. do you think its still active???

  16. Hi cheska, that’s good you have around 20k. That means even if your account is converted to a regular passbook account, which requires a 10k maintaining balance, your account is still compliant and active. A Kabayan is converted if it does not receive a remittance from abroad at least once within 12 months. Make sure you make at least 1 deposit or withdrawal within 24 months so that it does not become dormant.

  17. Hi ma’am, just want to ask,. Is the Bdo kabayan account only made for OFW’s?? Can a family member open an account simply because the OFW will send remittance through bdo!? I mean, can i open an account even tho im not the OFW!?

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