As proof of its objective to give high value to customers, Krungsri Western Union (KWU) continues to offer free ATM cards as well as give fun and exciting monthly giveaways.
The free ATM card (worth 300 baht) given to Filipino customers can be used in sending or receiving money to and from the Philippines through KWU’s various channels, such as online (Krungsri Bank’s website) and Krungsri Bank’s ATM machine.
How to avail of the free ATM card?
Customers need to provide the bank with one of the following documents together with the original passport and a 500 baht initial deposit:
1-year room rent contract with a duly signed copy of the national ID of the building/house owner
Certificate of Residence from the Philippine Embassy in Bangkok
Dependent Visa “Non-O” or diplomat visa “F” with certification from the house/building owner.
The certification must be accompanied by a duly signed national ID of the house owner (for the individual owner).
How to send and receive money?
To start sending or receiving money through KWU online, customers need to first register their account through this link https://www.krungsrionline.com/BAY.KOL.WebSite/Common/HowToRegister.aspx.
On top of the free ATM card, KWU is also giving away a total of 690,000 baht worth of prizes through its monthly (4 months) raffle draw of one (1) Honda Wave 110ic motorcycle worth around 42,900, ten (10) 50-satang necklaces worth around 11,500 baht each, and one final draw of three (3) one-baht gold necklaces worth around 22,300 baht each.
Customers who have transactions through Krungsri Western Union (KWU) channels (over the counter, online, ATM, call4WesternUnion) are automatically eligible to join. Results of the 1 st draw held last 15 October 2019 can be found from this link: https://www.krungsri.com/bank/th/NewsandActivities/pr/announce-wu-lucky-draw-campaign.html.
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