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Like I’ve mentioned in one of my earlier posts, I finally managed to apply for an EON Card last week. For those wondering what this card is, EON Card is usually used to verify + withdraw funds from your Paypal account. I have been wanting to for the past several months, but I did not find the time to visit a Union Bank branch before. So last Wednesday, together with my son + Jared’s dad, I went to the bank’s branch in Baliuag + applied for one. If you haven’t got an Eon Card, I guess it is also the right time you get one
Here are the requirements:
- 2 valid ID’s (preferably the government issued ones like Voter’s ID + SSS)
- your TIN card as well, as you will be needing the TIN number when you fill out the application form
- P350 to pay for the annual fee.
Steps in applying:
- Simply visit your nearest Union Bank branch + approach the Customer Service desk, inform them that you will be applying for an Eon Card.
- Submit the fully accomplished application form, together with the annual fee.
- You will then be told to come back in two weeks to get your card. Just don’t forget to get the branch’s telephone number so you can make a follow-up first before dropping by.
It was really very easy to apply for one, several minutes will be good enough to go about filling out the form + finishing your application. In my case, though, I had to re-write my signatures as they hardly resemble the ones on my ID’s which I did a decade ago. It was quite embarrassing that I even had to practice for awhile scribbling my signature on a piece of paper until I got it! The hassle of not writing much. It has been eons ago since I’ve written manually + forever ago since I signed any documents! Well maybe it is time to practice my rusty writing skills!
How was your experience like when you applied for an EON Card?