Paypal Bank Codes for the Philippines
Paypal can now be linked with your bank account in the Philippines by securing the 9-digit codes officially released by Paypal and its affiliated banks. Now, you can transfer your Paypal money to your local bank account in the Philippines. How cool!
Sync your Paypal account with your bank account
Paypal is like an online-bank of everyone who wishes to send or receive money for goods and services around the world. Affiliate companies like ebay and many more online business pay us through paypal. We link our local bank accounts with paypal to merge our cash. With Paypal, we can pay and receive cash without sharing our personal information like that of using our credit cards. Having paypal is a blast!
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Like I’ve mentioned, Paypal lets us merge our local bank account wherever we live. I live in the Philippines and recently Paypal has announced we can now add Philippine bank accounts directly to our Paypal account. So now it’s easy to withdraw your earnings from Paypal without silly hassles and paying bank charges like the old, old days before.
How to Withdraw from Paypal if you're from the Phippines?
If you live in the Philippines and you wish to withdraw from your Paypal account, the first step is to secure the right bank code from your local bank. Paypal has announced the official list of bank codes in the Philippines. (They are listed below.) Go to your Paypal account, then to My Account then to the Profile tab, type in your 9-digit bank code in the “Add a Bank Account Page” as shown below.
Then continue on the withdraw page and enter the amount you wish to withdraw.
Official List of Philippine Bank Codes for Paypal
Before you integrate your bank account with your Paypal account, you must first have the correct 9-digit bank code which can be found below. Take note; choose the bank that you are associated with.
Australia New Zealand 010700015
Asia United Bank 011020011
Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas 010030015
Bangkok Bank 010670019
Bank of America 010120019
Bank of China 011140014
Bank of Tokyo 010460012
Banco de Oro (& EPCIB) 010530667
Bank of Commerce 010440016
Bank of the Philippine Islands 010040018
China Banking Corporation 010100013
China Trust Commercial Bank 010690015
Citibank N.A. 010070017
Development Bank of the Philippines 010590018
Deutsche Bank 010650013
East West Bank 010620014
Export and Industry Bank 010860010
Fuji Bank 010640010
Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corp 010060014
International Comml Bank of China 010560019
International Exchange Bank 010680012
JP Morgan Chase Bank 010720011
Korea Exchange Bank 010710018
International Nederland Bank 010660016
Land Bank of the Philippines 010350025
Maybank of the Philippines 010220016
Philippine Bank of Communications 010110016
Phil Trust Company 010090039
Philippine National Bank 010080010
Prudential Bank 010150018
Philippine Veterans Bank 010330016
Rizal Commercial Banking Corp 010280014
Security Bank and Trust Company 010140015
Standard Chartered Bank 010050011
United Coconut Planters Bank 010299995
Union Bank of the Philippines 010419995
United Overseas Bank 010270189
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