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Friday, November 18, 2016

Free Insurance For The OFWs, Just By Saving And Sending Remittances




Every OFWs are sending remittances to their family back home, either by bank-to-bank transactions or cash transfer. However, you cannot get any privilege  by doing it. 
Here is the good news: there is  a bank account that gives you a Life and Accident insurance while sending your remittances to your family. 

Free Life and Accident Insurance Get insured while you save and send remittances to a BDO Kabayan Savings Account! While they take care of your hard-earned money, they help you secure your family’s future.
To qualify remitters of BDO Kabayan Savings Account, enroll the account in Free Life and Accident Insurance now!

Program Mechanics:
Remitters, 18-65 years old and currently employed, may qualify for Free Life and Accident Insurance through BDO Kabayan Savings Account.
Enroll your BDO Kabayan Savings Account in Free Life and Accident Insurance if the account is under the name of the remitter or the remitter's spouse, child, parent or sibling.


Each enrolled BDO Kabayan Savings Account must meet the following requirements in the last 12 months:
a. At least six (6) remittance transactions
b. Average Daily Balance (ADB) of at least PHP25,000 (maintained in your account),
which is easy to maintain when you save through your BDO Kabayan Savings
Account
The enrolled remitter is covered by insurance for every month above requirements are met.
The insured amount is 50% of ADB plus 50% of total remittances in the last 12 months not exceeding PHP1 Million per enrolled remitter.


You can apply online by clicking here:
Fill up the form and submit it.
By sending remittances and saving, you will get a free insurance that can help your family whatever happens to you.

Source: BDO

This article is filed under: Workers Compensation Insurance, International Health Insurance, International Medical Insurance, Online Life Insurance, Get Insurance


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Dominador Say, undersecretary of the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE), said that talks are underway with Chinese embassy officials on this possibility. China’s five major cities, including Beijing, Shanghai and Xiamen will soon be the destination for Filipino domestic workers who are seeking higher income.

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