For an average or ordinary client of Bank of the Philippines Islands (BPI), the typical type of ATM card that BPI offers is its BPI Express Teller Card. To apply or open for this type of ATM card, just follow the procedures below:
First you must prepare and bring the following requirements for applying/opening a BPI ATM Card:
> School ID > Company ID > NSO Birth Certificate > Barangay Clearance > Postal ID > Voter's ID > Driver's License > Police/NBI Clearance > etc...
b.) Two pieces 1x1 colored picture
b.) P3,000 initial deposit in order to avoid maintaining balance penalty
Go to a nearest or to your chosen BPI branch. Inside the BPI branch, go to the New Account section and tell a bank officer that you want to apply for an ATM Card.
The bank officer will now process your application. She/he will give you an application form to fill-out. After processing the papers, the bank officer will give you a deposit slip.
Claiming your BPI ATM Card (Waiting Period)
You can claim your ATM card after 7 days (1 week). So, you must go back after a week to claim your new ATM card. Don't forget to bring and present your deposit slip and your valid id upon claiming.
Pictures of a real BPI Express Teller ATM Card
Logos which can be found at the back side of this BPI ATM Card are Cirrus and ExpressNet.
Required maintaining balance (monthly Average Daily Balance) for this ATM card is P3,000 to avoid penalty or service charge. Likewise, the required maintaining balance in order to earn interest is also P5,000.
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I just wanna ask,if the initial deposit must really be P 3,000 ? Because i've read from the other site about the requirements just like in this site, that their initial deposit is atleast P500. Does students could also apply ?
hi mam/sir.. good day. i want to apply for an ATM card, i had 2 valid ID's with me but every time i went to the nearest branch they ask me for too much requirements like NBI, POLICE, BARANGAY CLEARANCE, NSO,.. why such thing??? where in fact in the requirements list, we are asked only two(2)valid ID.. *school ID *voter's ID i think thats valid enough.. thank you po..
i've been going back and fort to the BPI bank for 3 times i have my bills and everything but the id that i have is 'BIR' and they said its not valid. then they asked be to get a company ID then when i went back with my Company ID they said it's not also valid but they told me before that i should have one. then i went to get NBI , then suddenly i went back again to BPI and they said it's still not valid. they just let me going back and fort and still I DONT HAVE AN BANK ACCOUNT , and it's very important because this where the only way i can get my salary and until now i can't get my salary!! i don't know what ID they want for them to make me a bank account.
Hi, just wanna ask if school ID is still accepted even if i graduated last April? I also have voter certification only because my voter's ID is not yet printed. I still don't have a company ID yet. I need to open an account ASAP because my company is requiring me to have a BPI account.
Guys, last wed. nag.apply ako for BPI ATM somewhere in malabon! the only requirements that i have provided is only the billing , 1copy of 1x1 pic. 2 valid id's, E-1 sss, and Php250.00 that's it! and the ATM card will be released a week after!
i have an bpi express teller payroll atm card from my previous company. i resigned 4 mos ago bu t still have that atm card. is it still active? have nothing in it. no transactions and no balance? will i be charged penalties for not having maintaining balance? there were no maintaining balance required back then when it was still linked to my old payroll.
Hi! Yesterday I went to a BPI branch somewhere in Tondo, Manila, I inquired on what documents will be needed for applying a BPI ATM card. One of their Information personnel told me to present 2 valid ID's, Billing statements, and 1x1 colored pictures. She also asked me to photo copy those requirements. But since Voter's ID is all I have that time I decided to check other requirements over the 'net that could qualify for my ATM application. It says provide at least 2 valid ID’s which includes: School ID, Company ID, Postal ID, Voter's ID, Driver's License ID UMID,SSS ID, GSIS ID, Phil Health ID, PAG-IBIG ID, Passport, NSO, Birth Certificate, Barangay Clearance, NBI Clearance, Police Clearance, any Government-issued ID's, 2 pieces 1x1 colored pictures and P3,000 pesos initial deposit. And just this afternoon, 04 March 2014, I decided to come back to the said bank to process my ATM application. I then brought with me my Voter's ID, billing statements and 2 1x1 pictures. I photo copied those stuffs right away 'coz I'm really dying to have a BPI ATM card since my Company is requesting for it. But to my dismay the said personnel told me that my requirements are not good enough in applying for a BPI ATM card. So I asked her if NBI clearance or maybe my E-1 No. would do, but to no avail she simply says NO. Voter's ID is nothing but a secondary ID, she added. So that’s it, end of talk. Are NBI, Police and Barangay clearance are in compliance with the Bangko Sentral Ng Pilipinas (BSP), circular 564? Does clients who engage in a financial transaction with the covered institutions for the first time shall be required to present the original and submit a copy of at least two valid photo-bearing identification documents issued and signed by a government official? (from TOP 29 VALID ID's IN THE PHILIPPINES) Then why put those 3 Government clearances in your list of requirements for ATM application if it wouldn’t be honored and accepted at all? Does it mean that the information that you have stored online doesn't apply to that bank branch of yours in Tondo, Manila? Look, I don’t have any issues with BPI, in fact I do love this bank. ...But I think that love had died today.
Good day. Is it necessary to pay for the 3k initial deposit upon applying for an atm account? I thought it would only cost me Php250 including for the card and I can get the card on the same day. Please paki answer. I need to have an acct asap but still cant provide the 3k :(
hello, good day! i would like to open an account in BPI, philippines.as of now im working aroad. what are the procedures to open an account while im here in other country, how to open the account? please advise.
My BPI ATM cost Php 250 upon opening. It is now containing Php 200. Just tell that your a student. If student, they require 2 pieces 2x2 picture, school ID and registration form. BPI Easy Savers Account.
Good evening. I have a BPI atm card that I used when I was working way back in 2011. I resigned in the same year but I kept my card. Can I still use its account number? My new employer is requesting one for salary transaction. Thanks.
I opened a BPI ATM account. I have been told that the maintaining balance is Php 3,000. I deposited Php 1,000. Why is it stated here that the initial deposit is Php 500. According to the teller, it needs Php 3,000 maintaining balance. Below that, Php 300 will be deducted. Which is true?
I'm Aya Olmedo of IBM Techno-hub. I enrolled for an employee ATM card this June 11, 2013. I am aware of the requirements for claiming the card. I would like to know if I am going to claim it to the branch I chose (Commonwealth Branch) or in our IBM office instead, and when it will be available. I am hoping for your kind and immediate response, better via Email.
Do BPI Branches throughout the Philippines have different policies regarding application for an ATM Card? I have read the requirements and procedure in application for atm card and one of which is payment of P500 as initial deposit. However, when my cousin attempts to apply for an ATM Card in one of your branches in Iligan City (Quezon Avenue Street), she was required to give P3, 000 as initial deposit. Please enlighten us on this matter.
hi..good day! I'm just concerned. I went to BPI near my office. I was opening an account. I present my two valid ID's, company ID and PhilHealth ID. They didn't accept my PhilHealth ID because according to them, it's not a valid ID. It's very clear what is stated in the Top 28 Valid ID's that the PhilHealth ID is a valid id. What's wrong?
good evening! i just wanna know? there's 2 choices for credit card right? the one if for the 500 and the other one is 200 hundred...i wanna know the information for appling credit card in 200 pls.responce thank you