OFBank introduces higher yield passbook savings account

08 February 2019
OFBank is now offering a premium savings account which gives higher interest rates than a regular savings account and are tiered based on average daily balance (ADB) levels. OFWs and their beneficiaries who have extra funds available can now open an EASY (Earning Access and Sure Yield) Savings Plus at the OFBank Head Office in Manila.
With a minimum initial deposit of 20,000.00, an individual can open an EASY Savings Plus account by just presenting and submitting the basic requirements to open an account. A passbook will be given upon opening an account to track your deposits and interest earnings. Depositors can deposit anytime and withdraw 2x in a month.

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OFWs line up for OFBank Visa Debit Card

04 February 2019
The OFBank Main Branch has opened thousands of ATM Visa Debit Cards for its clients mostly the Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs).
The OFBank ATM Savings Account is an interest-bearing peso savings account wherein deposit transactions are made over-the-counter and through the Cash Deposit Machine (CDM) during official banking hours/days. Withdrawal transactions may be done over-the-counter or at any Bancnet ATMs 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Cashless purchases may also be done through any Point-of-Sale (POS) terminal of partner merchants from department stores, supermarkets and accredited establishments bearing the Bancnet logo.

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OFBank introduces Mobile Banking Application

 01 February 2019
The Overseas Filipino Bank (OFBank) introduced its Mobile App to give clients easier access to their accounts and provide a secured mobile banking experience especially for the Overseas Filipino Workers and Filipino Immigrants abroad.
“This is our way of supporting the government’s National Retail Payment System (NRPS) allowing our customers to transfer funds to other accounts maintained at OFBank, LANDBANK and other local banks via Philippine Electronic Fund Transfer System and Operations Network or PESONet and InstaPay,” said Renato G. Eje, OFBank President and CEO.

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