Send money to the Philippines from Jordan through these BDO remittance partners in Jordan:
Al Alami Exchange Co.
Wasfi A Tal St., Haddad Building,
No. 51, Tia’ Al-Ali Area,
PO Box 922218
Alawneh Exchange LLC
15 Abdul Hamid Shoman St.
PO Box 942041
Amman, 11194 Jordan
Freih Exchange Co.
First Trading Area
PO Box 585 77110
Building No. 66 Wasfy Ta’al Ali St.
Al Barakeh Quarter
PO Box 17995
Amman, 11195 Jordan
Jordan Valley Exchange
26 Abdul Raheem Alhaj Mohammad St. Wadi Seer Area
Al Swefieh District
PO Box 830211
Amman 11183 Jordan
North Abdoun Main Circle
22 Prince Hasim Bin Al Hussain St.
PO Box 830400
Musharbash Exchange Co.
Building No. 133 Al Garden St.
PO Box 926360
Amman 11190 Jordan
Shift Financial Services Ltd.
17 Abodun Circle – 1st Flr.
PO Box 184219
You can also send money through these global remittance companies if they have offices in your place in Jordan:
BDO International Remittance Partners:
RIA Money Transfer
TRANSFAST Worldwide Money Transfer
SIGUE Money Transfer
ARY Speed Remit
AFX Fast Remit
UAE Exchange Centre
XOOM (if you have a US bank account or US-issued credit card or debit card)
WELLS FARGO ExpressSend (if you have an account with Wells Fargo)
Im melgrace pancho,
I want to open account.me i know the requirements on how?
Hi melgrace, are you in Jordan? Sorry I'm not sure if these BDO partners above are offering BDO account opening because they are not banks. If they are, bring your Jordan ID or your passport and money for account opening cost.
If you're in the Philippines, bring your passport and any proof that you're OFW so you can open a BDO Kabayan account (work visa in passport can prove you're OFW), plus 100 pesos for initial deposit. If you want to open a regular ATM account, you can bring just your passport and another ID, if you have, plus initial deposit of at least 2k.
i heard that they they also need 2passport photos but i forgot how much should i bring to open an account here in JOrdan.
another question, do they have the savings bank account card to help us monitor our savings if ever we open from BDO?
Hi Rheza, sorry I’m not sure how much is the opening fee, but in Saudi, they say it’s around 40 riyals, so it might be around 8 Jordanian riyals there. Note also that your passbook and ATM card will be given to you after about 1 month because your opening documents will be sent to BDO Philippines for approval. Note also that you will not be able to use your ATM card immediately there in Jordan because you need to first activate it at a BDO ATM machine in the Philippines when you take your vacation. The only purpose in opening your BDO account there in Jordan is that you can send money to your account so you can save. After you get your passbook and ATM card, you can enroll your account online, so you can track it. Your phone should be able to receive texts from the Philippines so you can receive your OTP (one time password) from BDO whenever you login. Later on you might receive information from BDO on your mobile phone on how to set up your OTP generator so you can automatically generate your OTP without needing an OTP text from BDO.
I would like to open a BDO account here in Amman City, Jordan but I do not know where to apply. I am living in Amman with my family and rarely going home to Phillipines. I’d like to have a BDO account from Jordan to deposit the money from my BDO account as monthly payment for my rental house who is renting. Any action favorably in this regard is preciously appreciated. Please let me know where and how to apply a BDO account in Jordan. Thank you.
Hi Trinidad, if you’re near banks which are BDO partners there in Jordan, you can ask them if they’re offering assistance in opening an account with BDO Philippines. Oh sorry, I just checked the BDO list of remittance partners, and there are no banking partners in Jordan, only exchange shops. You can use this online account opening offered by BDO. This needs Zoom video call with BDO. Prepare also your ID.