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Robinsons Bank extends its piso-fee fund transfers until year's end

Continue sending money to your loved ones for less! Robinsons Bank is extending its piso-fee fund transfers via InstaPay and PesoNet until December 31, 2020.  

“These are indeed challenging times, and we want to help our clients by providing relief measures as much as we can,” President and CEO Elfren Antonio Sarte said.

Robinsons Bank (RBank) has extended its promo of the "piso-fee" for all fund transfers to other banks via InstaPay and PesoNet.  RBank is encouraging clients to safely do their banking at home using the upgraded online banking platform, "RBank Digital," where they can easily transfer funds, monitor their bank and credit card balances, pay their bills online and more.

And for those who are looking to open a bank account, Robinsons Bank offers a convenient digital account opening app called "RBank Sign Up."   The mobile app allows anyone to easily open an account online using just one (1) government ID and internet connection. Account details are quickly received within minutes after the account is successfully opened.  

Robinsons Bank is the financial services arm of the JG Summit Group of Companies, one of the largest conglomerates in the Philippines. It currently ranks 18th among universal and commercial banks in the country, with assets amounting to Php 131.088 Bn as of December 2019. The Bank is recognized as the Fastest Growing Commercial Bank in the Philippines for 2020 by the Global Business Outlook; and the Best Commercial Bank in the Philippines for 2020 by the International Business Magazine. 

For inquiries and concerns, you may reach Robinsons Bank through its Customer Care Center at (02) 8637-CARE (2273) or domestic toll-free 1-800-10-637-CARE (2273); or visit its website at www.robinsonsbank.com.ph. Like us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/robinsonsbank/ and join our Viber Community at www.bit.ly/RBankCommunity to get the latest updates.

Topics: Robinsons Bank , InstaPay , PesoNet , JG Summit Group of Companies , Elfren Antonio Sarte
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