Smart Money Vs Globe Banco the differences

Smart money

Mas maraming service ang smart money as I know and they tell me about things what are the advantages and what are the features that you can use for a better and good transaction, mas malawak ang hinahawakang service ng smart compare to globe.

Mas gusto ko ang smart money kasi, mas ok siyang gamitin kaysa sa globe banco, ang smart money ay puwedeng gamiting pambayad sa Lazada.com at Philippines airline ticket or kaya namay mag shopping online with lock and unlock features na puwedeng i control using your phone with smart sim card, every transaction made a text message will receive just after a second of any purchase you made online or at any ATM BDO machines nationwide.

Comparing to globe banco, they offer good service as well as just like smart money but when it connects to the overall score and features smart money is better, some say globe banco is good and it uses for saving money even if you want to cash in a little amount of 100 pesos a day or 50 pesos a day puwede daw sabi ng pinsan ko, pero parang nakakahiya naman ata mag cash in ng ganun halaga sa banco pa naman at BPI bank.

I think parang ginaya lang ang smart money na nakipag connect sa Bnak, just a little ralated so much kasi halos parehas naman ang service tulad ng: mag save ka tapos puwede mo siyang kunin pag kailangan mo pero ang wala lang talaga sa globe banco na merson sa smart money ay ang puwede mong gamitin ang debit card for online trasactions.

Ang Globe banco ay may mobile banking service ganon din ang smart money which almost has the same features, para maintindihan basahin na lang po ninyo ang kanilang explanation below:

BPI Globe BanKO is Philippine’s first mobile phone-based, microfinance-focused savings bank. It was established in 2009 as a milestone partnership between the Bank of the Philippines Islands (BPI), the oldest operating bank in Southeast Asia; Globe Telecom, a leading telecommunications company; and Ayala Corporation, one of the biggest and most respected conglomerates in the Philippines.

BanKO is leveraging its combined assets in banking and telecommunications to promote financial inclusion for the country’s “unbanked”. It is pioneering the delivery of formal financial services through its network of partner outlets. These partner outlets are existing establishments in the community that have been selected, trained and accredited to conduct customer identification for account opening applications, and perform cash in and cash out transactions. They are the critical link to bringing financial services to communities, even in remote locations, and ensuring pervasive reach and accessibility across the country.

Moreover, BanKO offers loans to microfinance institutions (MFIs), such as rural banks, NGOs and cooperatives. These loans can be in the form of wholesale institutional loans and capability-building developmental loans. In the past two years, BanKO has extended over P2B in loans to its partner MFIs, successfully reaching over 400,000 micro-entrepreneurs in the Philippines.

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