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Bank safely and securely with ING Philippines

/ 11:23 AM May 27, 2021

Your money, your rules. At least, that’s how you wish it would be. After all, you work hard for the money. 

When it comes to choosing a bank, it’s only natural to look for one that will keep your money safe and secure, but also have it readily available to you when you need it.  ING, the country’s first all-digital bank, ticks all those boxes.

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ING is a trusted name in banking, with 39 million customers across 40 countries globally. In the Philippines, the bank has been providing wholesale banking services to international and local corporations since 1990, before it launched the fully digital retail bank in November 2018. Since then, ING has been providing Filipinos easy, secure, and smart banking solutions that can be accessed at the convenience of the customer’s mobile phone.

These days, convenience and security of banking are even more important, given the challenges brought on by the COVID-19 crisis. The ability to bank on a secure digital platform, no matter where you are and no matter the time of day (or night) is even more vital, in today’s pandemic-gripped setting. ING affords a safe setting for all your banking needs, with its secure, 100% digital banking platform and customer service agents, on call, 24/7. 

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What sets ING apart?

As the number of digital banks start to operate in the Philippines, what is the advantage of banking with ING? It all boils down to ING empowering its customers to do their thing, with the help of convenient and secure digital banking. 

From account opening to daily transactions and saving for your emergency funds, customers can access their ING app anytime and anywhere. This means that you do not have to worry about going to the bank, and you are always up-to-date on your finances. 

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ING offers mobile check deposit, e-statements, free money transfers, and a range of convenient products in just one app—all with competitive interest rates, even offering a Bonus Interest Rate Promo of 4% per annum for the first four months to its savings customers. And, while other banks keep raising their minimum required balance, ING does not require its clients to meet or maintain any minimum available daily balance to earn interest.

While recent rules have changed banks can now set and determine the ATM fees, ING will not charge you any fees to use your own money. In an April 6 Facebook post, ING announced that “withdrawals, balance inquiry, and other transactions using your ING Pay VISA Debit Card are 100% free!” While other banks might charge anywhere from P10-18 pesos to use their ATM machines for BancNet (other-bank) transactions, ING enables you to access your money, free of charge. Sure, P10-18 may be a nominal fee, but it adds up. Before you know it, you’ve given hundreds of pesos of your hard-earned money away—all so you can access your own money, in the first place!

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Multi-awarded, for your peace of mind

Globally, ING has been awarded numerous times. In 2017, Global Finance Magazine awarded ING as the Best Bank in the World. In 2019, Forbes also recognized ING at the World’s Best Bank. 

Since it commenced operations in the Philippines in 1990, ING has received numerous accolades and awards, as proof of its dedication to excellence in digital banking. Among these awards are the Best New Digital Bank in the Global Banking and Finance Review Awards 2019, the Outstanding Partner for Mobile Financial Services given by the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas, and the Best Savings Bank Philippines 2021 at the 2021 Global Banking & Finance Awards. All these awards mean one thing for you: ING is a tried-and-tested, trustworthy bank. And, in a world where stress and uncertainty have seemingly become the order of the day, peace of mind is a commodity that comes at premium value. Tap into the fullness of that, with ING.

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