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

Metrobank 010269996

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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Mentalist acer 6 years ago from A Voice in your Mind!

PayPal is a no-brainer...thanks for the advice Twentyfive;);)


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twentyfive 6 years ago Author

not as genius like you Acer :)


halfpinoy 5 years ago

I tried to ask some local bank in the Philippines as listed in your list, they say, they don't accept paypal transaction except for Unionbank of the Philippines.


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twentyfive 5 years ago Author

Before, anyone in Phil could withdraw from their Paypal accounts using Union Bank's visa card. Now, we can remit through other banks as listed above. I used BDO (Banco de Oro) and used the code above together with my account number. After a week, I got my money successfully. Thanks for dropping by :)


Jan 5 years ago

This is great! So then i will apply for bpi. I used to have Unionbank. But is there any corresponding fee?


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twentyfive 5 years ago Author

With Unionbank, there's a fee of 350 for the annual fee of the EON card


maria 4 years ago

Thanks much for the info.. :)


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twentyfive 4 years ago Author

It's a pleasure :)


joana montiero 4 years ago

may dad is from new zealand. he had an atm national bank visa debit and credit card. we try to withdraw in BDO and BPI but we cannot withdraw they say the transaction is not valid. we are withdrawing 5,000 only. can you help us what we need to do?

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