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  1. Hi Gen zeaiter, sad to say there’s no BDO Remit partner in Lebanon. Your daughter can open a cash card or Kabayan account (with an older relative or friend, if she’s still in elementary). She brings her school ID, 2 ID pictures and a receipt of remittance from you. A cash card does not require a maintaining balance, but it has maximum balance limit (choose up to 10k and up to 25k). A Kabayan requires that you send to the account at least once every 12 months, and if not, it requires a 10k maintaining balance.

  2. I wasn’t able to activate my kabayan atm card before I left. Now I’m here in Saudi Arabia. What should I do so I can send money to my child thru BDO remit cash? My branch is BDO Cabanatuan City Nueva Ecija

  3. Hi Annaliza, did you give your cash card to your child? If you ask your child to change the PIN, can she do it? If not, you can send money via cash pickup and not to the cash card. Your child will claim what you sent over the counter at BDO Cabanatuan. She needs to present a valid ID like school ID with photo and signature of school head.

  4. i use my bdo kabayan account when i was in phil. and my husband send,now im already in saudi with him and i want to continue as a savings plan to send it monthly,i left passbook in phil and bring the atm card so they will not use it or get money from it..im checking my balance through phone but now i cant open my bdo banking online coz i forgot my password and they send otp or one time password on the number registerd in bank which i cant use here,what should i do?

  5. how many i will wait before the remittance update from kabayan the money was sent from saudi arabia

  6. Hi Rudy, I think no. BDO has certain requirements for checking account applicants. Converting a Kabayan account into a regular account is being done because they’re of the same type — they’re both savings accounts.

  7. Good morning how can I activate my online banking to check my balance? Im here at Malaysia did have time to activate it before I left Manila. I already checked http://www.bdo.com.ph but needed is my log in ID and password., and that I forgot it. I have my passbook and card with me.
    I tried to retrieved it but I haven’t received as of now any emails form BDO. I just want to check if my BDO KABAYAN savings is active and want to check its balance though I actually opened it last April 2016. I just deposited this month only.

  8. Hi Fil, sorry I missed your question. BDO prefers that you call them if this is about login details: toll-free from a landline there: International Access Code-800-8-6318000. In the meantime you can use this for your recent remittance: BDO Remit Status Inquiry

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