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Global Filipino Card

Manage your budget for remittances and other expenses gamit ang reloadable card para sa mas convenient at secure na transactions.

Why get a Global Filipino Card

  • No initial deposit and maintaining balance requirement
  • Experience cashless payments to merchants accepting BancNet payments
  • Get access to your funds anytime with up to PHP100,000 limit per day

What you need to open a Global Filipino Card

  • One (1) government-issued valid ID
  • Document without photo such as marriage contract, BIR TIN or Credit Card
  • 2 ID Pictures (1×1 or 2×2)
  • Letter of Introduction
*This is only needed if there is a lacking identification or if you are unable to provide the opening balance required for the account. The Letter of Introduction must be submitted with one ID to your chosen branch.

How to apply for a Global Filipino Card

  1. Just visit any PNB branch or remittance center here or abroad.
  2. Fill out a Global Filipino Card application form and sign the GFC Terms and Conditions.
  3. Submit the completed form together with the other requirements
  4. Wait for your application to be processed.

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. What are the different valid IDs?
    • Passport
    • Original employment contract (duly notarized and approved by POEA ) will be accepted together with at least a photocopy of passport
    • Drivers License
    • Professional (PRC) license
    • SSS/GSIS membership cards
    • OFW ID (issued by POEA/OWWA)
    • NBI/Police clearance
  2. When will I be able to use ng Global Filipino Card?
    Your card will automatically be activated in 1-3 banking days after your receipt of the GFC Welcome Pack.
  3. How can I send or receive money through a Global Filipino Card?
    To send money to a GFC, visit the nearest PNB Branch or partner agent abroad and provide your 16-digit GFC number where the money will be credited. Remittances may also be sent to a GFC via PNB Web Remit or PNB Phone Remit.
  4. How can I access the funds in my Global Filipino Card?
    PNB Web Remit at www.pnbwebremit.com
    PNB Phone Remit Hotlines:
    There are several ways of accessing your funds:
    • Withdraw from more than 18,000 BancNet, Megalink, ExpressNet ATMs in the Philippines.
    • Use it as Debit Card. Pay for your purchases in establishments with Bancnet or MasterCard point-of-sale terminals.
    • For GFC MasterCard, you may withdraw the funds or use as Debit Card via Cirrus, MasterCard or Maestro terminals abroad. Subject to cross border transaction fees and prevailing foreign exchange rate.
  5. How can I access the funds in my Global Filipino Card?
    You can conveniently check your GFC balance online anytime via GFC Web inquiry.
    You can check your balance online through GFC Web inquiry using 16-digit GFMC card number
Interest Rate 0%
Maximum Monthly Loadable Value Php 100,000.00
PDIC Insurance Non-depository
Fee MasterCard Local ATM Consortium (BancNet, MegaLink, ExpressNet)
Membership Fees None None
Card Replacement Fees Php100 Php100
PNB ATMS: Withdrawal & Balance Inquiry FREE FREE
Non-PNB ATMS: Withdrawal Php 11 Php 11
Non-PNB ATMs: Balance Inquiry Php 2 Php 2
International Transaction Charges (Transaction fee when card is used outside Philippines) NA Withdrawal – Php150.00
Inquiry – Php75.00
All charges made in foreign currencies will be automatically converted to Philippine Peso on the posting dates at the prevailing exchange rate determined by PNB.

Tel. No.: (+632) 8526 3131

Customer Care

Bank Hotline
Tel. No.: (+632) 8573-8888
Email: customercare@pnb.com.ph
PNB Cards
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Email: pnbcreditcards@pnb.com.ph
Deposits are insured by PDIC up to P500,000 per depositor.
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