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Withdrawing your money from coins.ph into bank account is easy as 123. Nowadays, people are now embracing the technology when it comes to spending online such as buying gadgets, foods, apparels etc...


Let''s skip the introduction coz it''s boring. lol


Okay here is the short (really short) steps on how to withdraw your money from coins.ph into your bank account.


Btw, Please take note that coins.ph only supported the following banks below:



Allied Bank

Asia United Bank

BDO

BPI

BPI Family

Bank of Commerce

Chinabank

Citibank N.A.

EastWest Bank

GSIS Family Bank

HSBC

Land Bank

Maybank

Metrobank

PBCom

PNB

PSBank

Planters Bank

RCBC

RCBC Savings

Robinsons Bank

Security Bank

Security Bank Savings

Standard Chartered

Sterling Bank of Asia

UCPB

UnionBank of the Philippines

WealthBank




If your bank is on the list, let''s proceed to step 1





  1. Login to your coins.ph account (I assumed that you already have coins.ph account, otherwise, create an account first here @ https://coins.ph)




  2. On the Dashboard click "Cash Out", thereafter you will see the following screenshot. Click "Bank" and select your Bank on the dropdown




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3.) After you have selected your bank, enter your desired amount to withdraw. Minimum withdrawal amount is 15 pesos. Click "Next Step"


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4.) After you have entered the desired amount, you will see the following screenshot. From this, just enter your bank details and click "Complete Payment"


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Payout fee is FREE if your bank branch is within Metro Manila


5.) After that coins.ph will send you an email by 6pm informing that your bank transfer is completed.



Additional note: If you have transferred your money before 10am, you will receive it on your bank account by 6pm. Otherwise, it will be processed by 6pm on the following day.



Okay thats it!