PNB Japan's free remittance certificate campaign given from January 4, 2016 for remitters with registered e-mail addresses and who are not receiving remittance confirmation through post mail ended on December 30, 2016.
Remittance certificate charges from January 4, 2017 will be as follows:
Thank you for banking with Philippine National Bank (PNB) Japan. Please be informed that the "Act on the Use of Numbers to Identify a Specific Individual in Administrative Procedures" or the so-called "My Number Act", "Act on Submission of Statement of Wire Transfer for Purpose of Securing Domestic Taxation" and its related regulations have been enforced effective January 1, 2016. In compliance with these regulations, you are hereby requested to present to the bank your My Number Card (MNC) or My Number Notification Card (MNNC) when you remit your money outside Japan from the enforcement date. Please also be advised that you need to present your My Number Notification Card (MNNC) together with any of your valid IDs showing your photo in case that you have not received your My Number Card yet. Please submit a copy by fax, email or through post mail. We kindly ask for your full cooperation and compliance to avoid any delay on your remittances and other transactions with us.
We thank you for your usual support and kind understanding. For further details, please refer to the government home page as shown in the following site operated by the Cabinet Secretariat of the Government of Japan: click here for English
In accordance with PNB Japan’s Corporate Social Responsibility to maintain an eco-friendly environment, PNB Japan will start sending remittance confirmations through electronic mail (e-mail) for those who have registered e-mail addresses, from January 4, 2016. Please update us for any changes in your email address at email@example.com. For inquiries, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 0120-866-382 or 03-6858-5910.LEARN MORE