Send Money from Qatar to the Philippines thru BDO Remittance

Updated March 16, 2015

Here’s a list of remittance partners of BDO in Qatar.

You can send money to the Philippines from Qatar through these remittance companies.

You can also ask if they’re offering assistance in opening your BDO Kabayan savings account.

BDO DESK OFFICE:

Gulf Exchange
PO Box 4847
Doha, Qatar

REMITTANCE PARTNERS:

Al Dar for Exchange Works
PO Box 24048
Doha, Qatar

Al Fardan Exchange
PO Box 339
Doha, Qatar

Al Mana Exchange
124 Airport Road
PO Box 5600
Doha, Qatar

Al Zaman Exchange
Souq Najada
PO Box 23497
Doha, Qatar

Arabian Exchange
PO Box 3535
Doha, Qatar

City Exchange Co. WLL.
PO Box 16081 Souq Najada
Near Arab Bank Roudabout
Doha, Qatar

Doha Exchnage Co.
Souq Wafik
PO Box 936
Doha, Qatar

Gulf Exchange Co.
PO Box 4847
Doha, Qatar

Habib Qatar
PO Box 1188 Mushirib St.
Doha, Qatar

Islamic Exchange
PO Box 17349
Doha, Qatar

There are no BDO correspondent banks in Qatar, so send money through the remittance partners listed above.

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  1. Hi ma’am/sir:
    Ask lng k lng po kng hnd pa nclose ang atm kna BDO kabayan savings kc last may 2013 k hinulogan pero hanggang ngaun hnd kna nahulogan ulit at nsa akin ngaun ang atm k dto po ak qatar ngaun.

  2. Hi fahima, based on BDO rules, hindi pa siya closed, pero hindi na siya Kabayan account. Regular passbook account na siya. Kung merong balance, dapat paabutin mo agad ng 10k or more ang balance para hindi ma-penalty for falling below the maintaining balance. Contact BDO: https://www.bdo.com.ph/contact-us

  3. Gnon b kc dti yn pci bank tpos noon napalitan ng bdo kya sbi ng bdo ireplace dw zero maintanance balance kc refferal ng ofw ang pag open k.

  4. Hi fahima, yes, zero maintaining balance ang Kabayan, basta meron kang at least 1 remittance from abroad in 12 months. If 12 months pass without any foreign remittance, the account is converted into a regular passbook account, which requires a 10k maintaining balance. Pag meron kang balance, dagdagan mo para maging more than 10k.

  5. Hi bigboy, yes, you can send directly to your BDO account or your family’s BDO account. Make sure your account name and no. are correct.

  6. Hi, this is Sheena Nunez from Philippines, I just wanted to ask what remittance branch should I get a money transfer from muntazah Qatar, because my friend send me money worth 8,500.80php by al-sadd branch/ city exchange and I don’t know what branch is should I get the money, I tried in Western Union but they say its invalid number
    Pls help me where to remit the money. Thank you. Sheena Nunez.

  7. Hi sheena, try getting your remittance at BDO. Tell BDO the remittance is from Doha, Qatar and the remittance company is City Exchange. Bring your reference no. and IDs. Upon entering BDO, ask guard where the counter for remittance is.

  8. Hi mam/ sir. I have a kabayan savings account and Im currently residing in Qatar, I wonder how can I check my account’s balance I brought with me the passbook at atm card. Another thing is it possible to use the atm card as a debit card here? Thank you .

  9. Hi Jeanie, did you change your ATM PIN when you were in the Phils? If yes, then you can try making a balance inquiry (1 US dollar charge) at an atm machine with Mastercard logo (check if your atm card has a Mastercard logo). If there’s no Mastercard or Visa logo, then use this BDO Contact Us page to inquire.

  10. panu po malalaman kung may makukuhang retirement lump sum na walang id dahil lahat ng pinasukan ko po hindi ako nabigyan ng id number

  11. Hi. why again can’t I open at bdo online my banking acct with bdo? my account is again locked. Can’t see my remaining balance and if I remit to it again. like to see if it’s credited or not. tnx

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