Home » Articles » Banking

How to Replace Lost or Damaged BDO ATM Card?

Life might brought you to things that you cannot avoid. You might be busy and your BDO ATM card has been lost. Or due to undesired circumstances, it has been damaged. Or someone, a snatcher or thief, stole your BDO ATM card. So you want to block it and replace your BDO ATM card as soon as possible.

Replace Lost or Damaged BDO ATM Card

How to Get Your BDO ATM Card Replaced?

1. Before getting your BDO ATM card replaced, make sure you block it first to keep your money safe from unauthorized access.  Block your ATM account immediately by calling BDO Customer Service:

For general concerns, you can call BDO through (02) 631-8000 or (02) 702-7877.

You can also contact the following BDO Domestic Toll-Free Numbers:

> 1-800-10-631-8000 (PLDT)
> 1-800-3-631-8000 (Digitel)
> 1-800-8-631-8000 (Globe Landline) 
> 1-800-5-631-8000 (Bayantel)

If you are currently residing outside the Philippines, you can contact BDO through:

> (international access code) +800-8-6318000
> AMEX Personal Cards: (Intl. Access Code) +800-8-8141700
> AMEX Corporate Cards: (Intl. Access Code) +800-8-8407400

2. You can report it by going directly to your BDO branch of account (the branch where you've opened the ATM account). Don't forget to bring at least two valid IDs for identity verification.

3. Another option is to report it by sending a message to BDO's email address: callcenter@bdo.com.ph. This option might cause your more time or delay. You'll have to wait for several minutes or several hours before a customer service representative can attend your request.

BDO will charge a fee (around 120 to 150 pesos) for the card replacement.

Is your BDO ATM Card lost/damage or stolen?
"How to Replace Lost or Damaged BDO ATM Card?" was written by under the Banking category. It has been read times and generated 1 comments. The article was created on .
Rating: 0.0/0
Warning! When posting comments, strictly observe correct spelling. Avoid incomplete words such as TY (as Thank You), Pls as Please, gud as good, dpt as dapat, etc. You can comment in English or Tagalog. If you will not follow this simple instruction, your comment(s) will not be accepted or published.
Name *:
Email:
Code *:
Total comments: 1
1 Dennis Arciga   (08 August 2016 9:12 PM)
Good day Ma'am/ Sir.Ask ko lang po kung paano ko magagamit ang ATM card ko kasi po nawala yung pin ko.Ano po dapat gawin ko? Nandito po kasi ako sa South Korea. Maraming Salamat po.