Wednesday, July 31, 2013

How to Open BDO Peso Savings Account

BDO is one of the leading banks in the Philippines owned by the richest person in the country, Henry Sy. From its humble beginnings, now we can see that BDO branches are everywhere especially in SM Malls.

As an online seller, I learned that BDO has several provincial branches in the Philippines which brings them to advantage. However, they have service charge of P50.00 for deposit if the account to be deposited is in Manila and the depositor is at the province. On the other hand, when it comes for international depositor, our kababayan also own BDO accounts. That makes me a reason to open BDO Savings Account. If you ever wonder what are their Savings Account offers, let me show you these:

from bdo.com.ph

Requirements: 2 Valid IDs with photocopies, 2 1x1 pictures, and initial deposit depending to your type of savings account as shown above.

Applying is very easy but try to be patient will all those papers to fill out and ask the teller to enroll you at BDO Online Banking. By the way, passbook is claimed right away but the ATM Card is claimed after three to seven working days.


10 comments:

  1. Thanks for this informative post! I had BDO Savings acct. before too but my card was stolen and had to withdraw all my cash from the back right away. I have BPI though so I think one bank is good for me kaya I closed nalang my BDO. I'll open a new one pag okay na :)

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    1. oh!! Take good care of yourself sis.. O.o

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  2. Sakto! I might open a BDO Account next week so I will be needing this post as a guide! btw is the procedure for dollar accounts the same? =)Thank you so much!

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    1. Wow! in Dollars $_$
      I just dont know Kim if its the same coz I havent tried that yet. :/

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  3. This is very helpful and save those who wants to open account time since you've already outlined the procedure.

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  4. Nice :-) very informative specially for the 1st timers :-)

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  5. I've been with BDO ever since I was a kid. They used to be PCI bank back then. :D

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  6. Informative.. I've never been BDO x

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  7. Thanks for this post. I'm thinking of reopening one since I emptied mine before, lol

    - Sorry for the late return. I didn't receive a notif from FB

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  8. i am using BDO as well back in philippines and use it to send money to my family back there. I dont really know whats the processs so this is good to know!

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