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BDO Cash Agad, brings basic banking services closer to the communities

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Cash Agad is now more accessible in all provinces in the Philippines with its wide and growing network of over 10, 000 partner-stores.

A banking solution for communities where there are no bank branches and ATMs, Cash Agad service is present in almost 90% or over 1,300 municipalities in the country.

“BDO recognizes the importance of having quick access to cash for individuals and micro-entrepreneurs. That is why we continue to partner with small businesses like sari-sari stores, gas stations, bakeries, pharmacies, and water refilling stations, among others. We want to bring basic banking services closer to the communities,” explained Jaime M. Nasol, BDO senior vice president and Agency Banking head.

By using their ATM on the point-of-sale (P.O.S.) device of a nearby Cash Agad partner-store, BDO and BDO Network Bankaccount holders can safely and easily receive their salaries or remittances. Cardholders of other participating BancNet ATM cards can likewise withdraw cash using Cash Agad service.

For more information about Cash Agad, visit the nearest BDO Unibank or BDO Network Bank branch in your area.

To apply as a Cash Agad partner-agent, visit BDO Unibank website https://www.bdo.com.ph/personal/remittance/remittance/cash-agad, /https://www.bdo.com.ph/cash-agad-application.

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