Updated July 17, 2022:
Here’s a branch of the Philippine National Bank Remittance Centers Inc. (PNBRCI) in Texas where you can send money to the Philippines.
PNB RCI Houston
Beltway Plaza Shopping Center
8388 West Sam Houston Parkway, Suite 194
Houston, Texas 77072
Phones: (281) 988-7575
Mon-Fri: 10am – 7pm
Sat: 9:30am – 4:30pm
Sun: 10am – 3pm
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org | email@example.com
Area Head: Emily Datuin (as of Jan 2021)
PNB Correspondent Bank in Dallas:
Swiss code: MNBDUS4D
Would you like to send money online to the Philippines from the US?
You will use your US-based bank account.
Here are 3 options:
PNB Web Remit
Any US bank account
You can track your remittance
Wells Fargo Bank
You will use your Wells Fargo savings or checking account
You will remit to a PNB account in the Philippines using your Wells Fargo Bank account
You can send online, through your branch, or over the phone.
You can use any US bank account or debit card
You will remit to any bank account in the Philippines
For PNB Remittance Help or Questions:
Email or call PNB any time:
firstname.lastname@example.org or 1-855-889-7788
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Interest on opening account at the Philippine National Bank in Houston to serve as my USA Bank to use for my retirement pay accounts. My wife (Filipino) and I are progressing to move to the Philippines in the near future. Would appreciate what you offer.
Hi Steven, there’s no PNB banking branch in Houston. What’s there is a remittance center: PNB Remittance Center. You can ask them though about opening a Philippine-based PNB Direct Deposit account for your US pension and for assistance. You can also open a Direct Deposit account at a PNB branch here in the Philippines upon arrival. Depending on your situation and based on recent developments where there are US checks that might be sent to you later on like tax refunds, stimulus checks, insurance proceeds, or US bills to be paid, etc, you might want to consider maintaining your present US bank account including its online/mobile banking. PNB Direct Deposit account is passbook account only, with transactions only by account owner in person, can be peso or US dollar. With most banks in the Philippines, they accept US checks for clearing only if your account is a US dollar account.