Paypal to BPI (Bank of the Philippine Island)?

I will share some issue I experienced  when I withdrew my paypal funds in my BPI account. Last week I withdrew my paypal funds in BPI. It was $220 dollar then with the forex of $1= 46.01php- in total of   10,124.15 PHP. I’ve done this many times already. In  fact last quarter of 2008, I am withdrawing  my funds every month.

I’ve waited a week, then when I check my BPI account there is new fund-9,948.85php. It was lacking of 175php. I was surprised coz this is my first time that my funds is not complete. I know that there is a fee when you withdraw less than 7000php but i was just 50php. It may not be a big money but they should explain about it or maybe they change their new terms.

On the other hand, I just got my EON card from UnionBank. I will used this account to withdraw my paypal account next time.

UnionBAnk Eon accountcard

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5 Responses to “Paypal to BPI (Bank of the Philippine Island)?”

  1. [...] that campaign offline right. When I check my Google Adwords account, I noticed that my debit card[UnionBank EON] has successfully transferred $10 to my account. I got only 2 clicks for that campaign that cost [...]

  2. Jenny Alano says:

    How exactly can I link my paypal account to my bpi account using my savings account? i dont have a credit card.

  3. maribojoc says:

    Will Metrobank charge you if you withdraw more than 7000 pesos from your Paypal account?

  4. I have a BPI bank account but my account access is limited. How could I remove this limitation? How can I withdraw my money?

  5. heizel says:

    Hi! The payment sent to me was in USD. Can I withdraw it to my BPI account? Read your experience but is your BPI account or a regular one?

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