If you’re like me who lives in the boondocks and owns no personal transportation vehicle, then you probably can relate to the woes entailing having to go out from the comfort of your home to check your bank savings balance if the money you’ve transferred from your Paypal account has already entered into your bank account, only to discover much to your dismay that it still hasn’t. Well, okay…so maybe this doesn’t apply to you people using other banks that’s got no problems with their sites.
But RCBC!!! Ugh! I have a handful of unimpressive things to say about them but I will desist. I meant this post as a helpful tip to making things easier for people like me and negativity will surely not help right now.
So for a secure and very easy access to your account, just go to Bancnet online (if your bank’s a member of Bancnet) and the main page will show you these list of banks immediately.
Just click on the tile of your bank and a separate window will automatically pop up and take you to where you can start accessing your account. With my case, it’s RCBC and I’ve encircled the tile I clicked. I did notice there’s another RCBC tile next to the one I encircled — I haven’t tried using that one yet — and will probably try that one next time.
This is the separate window that popped up when I clicked the RCBC tile. Just click the “I Agree” button and you’ll be taken to this one next:
Just put in your card number and you can leave Member Number part blank, it doesn’t matter. Then choose your type of account — obviously, mine was Savings. Then key in your PIN over on the right side and click Submit.
There yah go! Easy peasy, right? I shaded the part where my balance is reflected so you guys won’t see how
dirt poor and piss broke insanely awesome rich I am.