If you solely rely on BPI ATM card as your source of money, keeping it safe always is your number one priority. But no matter how much you care for your BPI ATM card, some things in life are unavoidable. You might lost it. It might get damaged or stolen. So, you want to replace your BPI ATM card as quick as you want.
This option (number 1) is highly effective. Response is immediate. Though you can save time but it might cost you money for call charges.
2. You can report it by going directly to your BPI branch of account or any BPI branch. Don't forget to bring valid id.
3. Another option is to report it by sending a message to BPI's Customer Service email address: firstname.lastname@example.org. This option might cause you more time or delay. You'll have to wait several minutes or hours to receive a reply from customer service representative.
If you card is lost or stolen, BPI will proceed to block your ATM card to prevent unauthorized use from someone who found or stole your atm card. BPI will then process a request for card replacement. The bank will inform you when you will pick up the new ATM card.
BPI may charge a replacement fee (Php 100 as of this writing) for the lost or damaged ATM card. This is to replenish the cost of service maintenance.
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Sir/maam: Kindly block my atm express card with atm number 2019103563 because i unknowingly lost or someone might stolen it. I just discovered it tonight that my atm is missing, thank u and hoping for your quick action to blocked any withrawal from it.
sir / ma'am...how much do I pay to change my old ATM? and how many days it might be replace for a new one? I plan also to apply for a passbook for my saving account, in order for me not to simply withdraw my money...thank you