Experiences with Philippine PayPal Withdrawals
In my search for a more convenient online banking, I have finally finished experimenting three major banks. Just this morning, my latest earning withdrawal has been successfully deposited to my BPI savings account. My first try was with UnionBank’s EON, the second one was with BDO and lastly, with BPI.
Actually, all three banks are convenient when you want to withdraw your earnings from PayPal
but not all the three are in terms of online banking. Well, UnionBank’s EON and BPI proved to be useful for me while BDO is very inconvenient. Their process on enrolling your account really takes time and involves many manual procedures. Aside from that, they don’t run automatically with FIREFOX3. You need to download a script so that you can access their online banking site. I might need to give up on my BDO account soon since BPI is a suitable bank for my hubby and I while EON works well online (for me, I think debit cards are much safer than credit cards at least you can control the money you put inside it and since there is no maintaining balance, you can zero it out always). But BDO is more accessible when it comes to offline sites that is why it’s hard too.Anyway, if you want to withdraw your earning with the following banks, here are their nine digit bank codes:
BANCO DE ORO (& EQUITABLE PCI BANK) = 010530667
BANK OF THE PHIL ISLANDS (BPI) = 010040018
UNION BANK OF THE PHILS (UBP) = 010419995
Visit my other blog for the complete list, please click Philippine Bank Codes for PayPal Use.
I have used them using my PayPal account. Feel free to use them if you want. Just make sure your bank account number is correct to prevent penalties and delays.
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