BPI and BDO Internet Banking — Free and Quick Ways to Send Your Children’s Allowance

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  1. Hi Mich, sorry no. For your baby, you need to open an In-Trust-For account, which you can do when you take your vacation here. According to some people there overseas, BDO has stopped issuing Kabayan accounts abroad, maybe because of the recent money laundering scandal. BPI did not offer account opening abroad, except in 5 countries, which it has also stopped.

  2. Hi Nora, i just would like to ask if I can open a savings account for my 6months old baby here abroad? Pls reply..thanks

  3. Hi. Im Cass. I would like to ask if it is possible for me to transfer funds from my BDO account to my BPI account online? how do i enroll my bpi account in my BDO online? or is it possible to do so?

  4. Hi tony, BPI does not yet offer this service online. The “Transfer to Anyone” feature on BPI Express Mobile app allows only transfer to any unenrolled BPI, BPI Family and BPI Direct account. It’s BDO and Union Bank’s EON account that offer this online service of transferring to any local bank account. Maybe BPI will offer this when the bancnetonline.com’s interbank transfer feature gets restored.

  5. How much is the charge for withdrawing at an atm machine of bpi? Mine is BDO kabayan savings account. Tnx po, meri xmas.

  6. Hi judyanne, your sister must first activate her BPI online banking on her smartphone. Steps: Download the BPI app (see the BPI logo) from Google Play or Apple Store. Login, then click More, then Enable Transfer to Anyone. Fill up form. Submit. The only problem is activation because your sister is abroad. This must be activated through a BPI atm here in the Phils. She can choose Via Signed Form, wait for BPI’s email and send the form through postal mail, which might take a long time.

  7. Hello po why can’t my sister transfer money online in kuwait from bpi online to my bdo kabayan savings online.

  8. Hi Rowena, ask your sender to go back to where he/she sent the money and request for correction of name of receiver because they failed to write the first name.

  9. What if the remittance was not credited to the account because my sibling’s first name was not written by the teller. thanks.

  10. Hi khen, is this BDO online banking? Enroll the 3rd party — should be BDO account — following the normal process online. If you see a question or option like “do you have access to a BDO atm? Choose “No”. At the end of the enrollment process, you’ll get an acknowledgment page. The page may or may not contain a validation code. Print this page, sign it, and then send it to your BDO branch in the Phils by postal mail.
    If BPI online banking (3rd party should be BPI account), send your acknowledgment page to BPI Fulfillment Banking Group, 9/F BPI Card Center, 8753 Paseo de Roxas, Makati City 1200, Philippines

  11. Hi Rebeca, you can send online through XOOM. Use your US bank account or credit card. Remittance fee starts at $4.99. My US employer is using Xoom to send my salary.

  12. Hi, I have a questions. How can I send money to BDO account online? I don’t have BDO account. I just wanna send money to My sister’s BDO account. And how much it cost?

  13. Hi Girlie, punta ka lang sa nearest BPI or BPI Family with your valid ID, 1 ID photo, and at least 250 pesos for card (50 pesos) and initial deposit of 200. Some branches ask for 2 valid IDs.

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