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What are the Requirements in Opening a BDO Kabayan Savings Account?

The best savings account for OFWs (Overseas Filipino Workers) here in the Philippines is the BDO Kabayan Savings Account.

You don't to maintain a balance in your account.

Meaning it's zero maintaining balance.

You can also qualify for a free life and accident insurance.

And only Php 100.00 (pesos) initial deposit.

You as an OFW or your beneficiaries here in the Philippines may open a BDO Kabayan Savings Account at any BDO branch in the Philippines.

Sounds interesting?

Here are the requirements in opening a BDO Kabayan Savings Account:

Requirements in Opening a BDO Kabayan Savings Account
 
  • Php 100 initial deposit (for Peso Account) or US $100 initial deposit (for USD account)
  • One (1) valid ID (government-issued id)
  • 1 x 1 photo of yourself
  • With passbook and ATM debit card
Note: You need to do at least 1 transaction (deposit or withdrawal) once a year to avoid dormancy charges and to avoid auto-conversion of your Kabayan into a Regular Passbook Account which has a maintaining balance of Php 10,000.

By the way, you can earn BDO Rewards points too from your savings and remittances! 

Seafarers employed by POEA-accredited shipping companies may open a BDO Kabayan Shipping Dollar Account where they can directly credit their allotment.

Only $10 initial deposit, one (1) valid ID with picture, one (1) 1x1 ID picture and a valid seaman’s book are needed to open an account.

Your BDO Kabayan Savings Account  is your key to a better future as you start your life aboard.

Having a BDO Kabayan Savings Account, you are building a credit history with the bank.

Thus, it's a doorway for you to apply a car loan, home loan or business loan in the Philippines

Do you have any problems in opening a BDO Kabayan Savings Account?
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