Activate ATM Withdrawal Notifications with BPI

Activate ATM Withdrawal Notifications with BPI

The Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI) is now letting their client manually enroll their accounts for ATM withdrawal notification.



As a measure to protect clients from alarming unauthorized ATM withdrawals from BPI machines, wherein culprits can know your PIN by replacing the keypad on the ATM, BPI offers ATM withdrawal notification through Email or SMS. You will receive an instant notification via email or text message if an amount of 5k, 10k, 15k or 20k is withdrawn from your ATM. You can set your desired amount during your registration.

If you have a BPI account, just simply follow the step indicated on the photo above. While this may not stop any further ATM skimming, it’s better to have registered for ATM withdrawal notification to monitor your account. We are yet to know if the notification feature also applies with debit transactions.


This article was contributed by Daniel Morial, a film school graduate and technology enthusiast. He's the geeky encyclopedia and salesman among his friends for anything tech.

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12 Responses

  1. Pharmacyst says:

    Libre po ba ito? or may bawas sa load ng user?

  2. Kevin Ralph says:

    I hope that they will also implement SMS or e-mail notification for credit card transactions.

    • Harold says:

      They do, actually. depends on what type of card you have. i get phone call or sms verification for ‘unusual’ behavior. like when i suddenly purchased items on amazon. or when i swipe a large amount (usually 5k up)

  3. Elizabeth Velasco says:

    Any charge to be implented to your clients?

  4. Ian says:

    ATM Transaction Issuer Fee
    Withdrawal $3.50 or 2% of transaction amount whichever is higher
    Balance Inquiry $1.00
    Declined/ Cancelled Transaction $0.50

  5. Dwin says:

    PS Bank has a feature that locks or unlock your ATM using your mobile phone or PC.mif it’s locked, no one can wothdraw from your account.

    • overburned says:

      this lock feature you mentioned should also be available in all banks. so you can prevent unwanted withdrawal before they happen

  6. Cris says:

    May cost ba to register sa SMS notification?

  7. Hunter says:

    There is any money deduction for activating sms or email notification???

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