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How to Transfer or Send Money to Philippines Through BDO Remit (Online Banking)
If you're not yet enrolled to BDO Online Banking facility, please follow this: "How to Apply for Banco de Oro (BDO) Online Banking".
If you're already enrolled to BDO Online Banking facility, log in to your BDO Online Banking account (https://online.bdo.com.ph/).
Inside BDO Online Banking facility, and click "REMIT" and choose available options you want:
The fill-out the Remittance Form (Request)
Options for Pick-Up and Delivery of Money
Send Money for Pick-up
Your beneficiary may claim the remittance at any BDO branch, SM Mall, Palawan Pawnshop, Bayad Center and Rural Bank partners nationwide.
Send Money Door-to-Door
Remittances will be delivered directly to your beneficiary’s delivery address.
Send Money to Another Local Bank
Funds will be credited directly to your beneficiary’s account maintained at another local bank.
Only Peso remittance transactions are allowed. The amount of remittance and applicable service fees will be deducted from your Peso Savings or Checking account/s enrolled in BDO Online Banking. You may send money up to five (5) times daily with allowable minimum amount of P100 and maximum limit of P50,000.
For fund transfer from your BDO account to your beneficiary’s BDO account, you may still send money for free through BDO Online Banking.
Service charges for doing remittance transactions via BDO Online Banking Remit Service will be deducted from your source account on top of the remittance amount that you will be sending. These charges vary depending on the type of your remittance transaction.
This article was written by admin under the Banking category. It has been viewed times and generated 2 comments. The article was created/updated on 10-October-2013.
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