BDO Remittance Offices and Partners in Saudi Arabia

By Nora
Updated September 18, 2015:

You can send money to the Philippines from Saudi Arabia at the offices of BDO Remit offices and BDO remittance partners in Saudi Arabia.

If you want to open a BDO Kabayan savings account in Saudi Arabia, ask any of these remittance partners. After your application is received and approved by BDO in the Philippines, your account will be activated, and will be ready to accept your remittance. You can check your remittances through BDO Remit Status Inquiry.  You might be instructed to go back to where you opened your account to get your passbook and atm card after a month.

You cannot yet use your BDO Kabayan ATM card in Saudi Arabia because it is not yet activated. You can activate your atm card only at a BDO atm machine in the Philippines.  You can also have your passbook updated over the counter at BDO when you take your vacation in the Philippines.

Here are the addresses of BDO Remittance Offices and Partners in KSA:


Al Rajhi Banking
PO Box 1362, Alkhobar 31952

Al Zamil Exchange
PO Box 83 King Saud St. Cor. Cross A
Al Khobar 31952
(near Al Shula Shopping Center)


Al Rajhi Banking Dammam
Dhahran St., Dammam
(near Saudi British Bank)


Al Rajhi Banking
Tahweel Al-Rajhi Jeddah Branch
Queen's Bldg., Balad, Jeddah

Al Rajhi Banking - Jeddah
Mezzanine Floor
Queens Bldg., Jeddah

Bank Al Bilad
Enjaz Remittance Center Branch Al Balad

Alamoudi Exchange Co.
PO Box 123
Al Hazzaza Building
Al Balad - Gabil St, Jeddah 21411

The National Commercial Bank
PO Box 3555
King Abdul Aziz Street
Jeddah 21481


Al Rajhi Banking Jubail
Jeddah St., Jubail


Al Rajhi Banking
PO Box 22022, Riyadh 11495

Al Rajhi Banking Riyadh
P.O. Box 4055
Al Ras St.(Old) Batha
Riyadh 11491

Alinma Bank
Alinma Bank Head Office
Al-Anoud Tower, King Fahad Road

Arab National Bank
P.O. Box 56921
Riyadh 11564

Bank Al Bilad
Enjaz Remittance Center Branch 153
Al Balad, Batha, Riyadh

Bank Al Bilad
P.O. Box 140
Riyadh 11411

BDO Online Banking for You and Your Family

While vacationing in the Philippines, you and your spouse or oldest child can each open a BDO Kabayan Savings Account. Then enroll these two accounts in BDO Internet banking while in the Philippines. Enroll also your spouse's or child's account into your own online account, so you can transfer money anytime online. You can activate your enrollments only at a BDO ATM machine in the Philippines. 

Send your remittance to your own account, and then transfer a portion of the money to your spouse's account through Internet banking. Save the rest of the money in your own account.

Sending money  from KSA to your account incurs a remittance fee. Transferring money from your online account to your spouse's enrolled account through Internet banking is FREE.  You can also ask your spouse's password so you can check balances and withdrawals.


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