PNB Mail-In Remittance

Mail-In is a remittance service of PNB New York that enables sending of money from the 50 states of United States to the Philippines through Philippine National Bank.
Available funds to be remitted through Mail-In maybe received through the following:
Credit to PNB account Real-time
Credit to other Banks 3 Banking Days
Advise and Pay 1 Banking Day
Cash door-to-door 3-7 Days

What are the Requirements to Send through Mail-In



Photo copy of two (2) Valid IDs


US bank – drawn denominated dollar check or a money order from the US Postal Office. The said US drawn check should be made payable to Philippine National Bank or PNB.


Completed Mail-In Remittance Application Form

How to Send Money through Mail-In



Download, fill out and sign the form


Attach a dollar check and photocopy of 2 valid IDs. The said US drawn check should be made payable to Philippine National Bank or PNB.


Send the mail to New York Manhattan Branch located at 561 Seventh Avenue, 2nd Floor New York, NY 10018.

Where should I send the Mail-In Remittance Form



PNB New York Manhattan Branch
561 Seventh Avenue, 2nd floor New York, New York 10018
Contact details: (212) 790-9600, bustamanteeb@pnb.com.ph or mendozard@pnb.com.ph
  1. How will I pay for the sending fee?
  2. The fee should be included in the amount on the check payable to PNB.

    Example:
    Amount to be remitted is US$100.00 to be credited to a Peso PNB account in the Philippines, under the Fees and Charges it is US$8.00 for up to US$5,000.00., so total amount to be written on the check payable to PNB is US$108.00.
  3. What IDs are valid for this transaction?
  4. Passport, Driver’s License, State IDs
  5. How long does it take for my US drawn check to clear?
  6. BANK LOCATION
    TYPE OF CHECK
    CLEARING PERIOD
    Out-of-NY State
    Personal checks
    Cashier’s/Managers, Certified checks
    6 days
    4 days
    New York
    Personal checks
    Cashier’s/Managers, Certified checks
    4 days
    4 days
  7. Will Postal Money Orders require clearing?
  8. No need. Postal Money Orders have no clearing period and is treated as Cash. This is recommended if remitters want a faster remittance credit.
  9. Where can I input details of my Door-to-Door/Advise and Pay (APAS) transaction in the Application Form?
  10. You may indicate your Door-to-Door/APAS details in the ‘Account No.’ field found in the 1st page of the Application Form.

PNB Mail-In Remittance

Mail-In is a remittance service of PNB New York that enables sending of money from the 50 states of United States to the Philippines through Philippine National Bank.
Available funds to be remitted through Mail-In maybe received through the following:
Credit to PNB account Real-time
Credit to other Banks 3 Banking Days
Advise and Pay 1 Banking Day
Cash door-to-door 3-7 Days

What are the Requirements to Send through Mail-In



Photo copy of two (2) Valid IDs


US bank – drawn denominated dollar check or a money order from the US Postal Office. The said US drawn check should be made payable to Philippine National Bank or PNB.


Completed Mail-In Remittance Application Form

How to Send Money through Mail-In



Download, fill out and sign the form


Attach a dollar check and photocopy of 2 valid IDs. The said US drawn check should be made payable to Philippine National Bank or PNB.


Send the mail to New York Manhattan Branch located at 561 Seventh Avenue, 2nd Floor New York, NY 10018.

Where should I send the Mail-In Remittance Form



PNB New York Manhattan Branch
561 Seventh Avenue, 2nd floor New York, New York 10018
Contact details: (212) 790-9600, bustamanteeb@pnb.com.ph or mendozard@pnb.com.ph
  1. How will I pay for the sending fee?
  2. The fee should be included in the amount on the check payable to PNB.

    Example:
    Amount to be remitted is US$100.00 to be credited to a Peso PNB account in the Philippines, under the Fees and Charges it is US$8.00 for up to US$5,000.00., so total amount to be written on the check payable to PNB is US$108.00.
  3. What IDs are valid for this transaction?
  4. Passport, Driver’s License, State IDs
  5. How long does it take for my US drawn check to clear?
  6. Out-of-NY State
    TYPE OF CHECK Personal checks
    CLEARING PERIOD 6 days
    Out-of-NY State
    TYPE OF CHECK Cashier’s/
    Managers,
    Certified checks
    CLEARING PERIOD 4 days
    New York
    TYPE OF CHECK Personal checks
    CLEARING PERIOD 4 days
    New York
    TYPE OF CHECK Cashier’s/
    Managers,
    Certified checks
    CLEARING PERIOD 4 days
  7. Will Postal Money Orders require clearing?
  8. No need. Postal Money Orders have no clearing period and is treated as Cash. This is recommended if remitters want a faster remittance credit.
  9. Where can I input details of my Door-to-Door/Advise and Pay (APAS) transaction in the Application Form?
  10. You may indicate your Door-to-Door/APAS details in the ‘Account No.’ field found in the 1st page of the Application Form.




Customer Care Contacts
Cards Hotline
(+632) 8818 9818
Bank Hotline
(+632) 8573 8888
Cards Email: pnbcreditcards@​pnb.com.ph
Bank Email: customercare@​pnb.com.ph
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Address: Philippine National Bank Financial Center Pres. Diosdado Macapagal Boulevard, Pasay City, Philippines 1300
Trunkline: (+632) 8526 3131 to 70; (+632) 8891 6040 to 70
Facsimile: (+632) 8573 4580

Deposits are insured by PDIC up to P500,000 per depositor.
Philippine National Bank is regulated by the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP).
BSP Financial Consumer Protection Dept.
Consumer Affairs Email:
consumeraffairs@​bsp.gov.ph






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Customer Care Contacts
Cards Hotline
(+632) 8818 9818
Bank Hotline
(+632) 8573 8888
Cards Email: pnbcreditcards@​pnb.com.ph
Bank Email: customercare@​pnb.com.ph
Follow Us
                
Download our App
  
Address: Philippine National Bank Financial Center Pres. Diosdado Macapagal Boulevard, Pasay City, Philippines 1300
Trunkline: (+632) 8526 3131 to 70; (+632) 8891 6040 to 70
Facsimile: (+632) 8573 4580

Deposits are insured by PDIC up to P500,000 per depositor.
Philippine National Bank is regulated by the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP).
BSP Financial Consumer Protection Dept.
Consumer Affairs Email:
consumeraffairs@​bsp.gov.ph