Say Hello to your Money Anytime, Anywhere with Hellomoney

With the enforcement of enhanced community quarantine due to the pandemic, people’s access to food, money, and other essentials has been affected. Good thing, a lot of people are now offering products and services online. All you need to do is get your phone and take advantage of these mobile apps, like HelloMoney, and make your life easier.

HelloMoney, a product of Asia United Bank (AUB), is an e-wallet or a prepaid banking account that can be accessed using your smartphones. It doesn’t require an initial deposit like a normal bank account, has no maintaining balance, and no monthly fees. Amazing, right?

What can you do with HelloMoney?

HelloMoney account holders can do different financial transactions as follows:

  • Transfer Funds to other bank accounts via Instapay
  • Transfer money to other HelloMoney users and AUB accounts free
  • Pay Bills (Utilities, Government, Telco, Credit Card, etc)
  • Pera Padala – remittance transactions with AUB Cash-pick up partner locations nationwide
  • Buy prepaid load for any network.
  • Pay using QR codes.

How to open an account

Hellomoney how to register an account
  1. Download the hellomoney app.
  2. Click open an account.
  3. Take a photo of your valid government ID (front and back).
  4. Provide the required information.
  5. Verify the code sent to your mobile and email address.
  6. Enter the information needed
  7. Record a short video stating your name, birthday, and address. There will be a script at the top of your screen.
  8. Sign on the space provided.
  9. Enter the referral code if you have any or enter 219472 (my friend’s referral code).
  10. Don’t forget to tick the T&C and Privacy Policy agreement box.

After you’ve done the above instructions, you will receive a confirmation message with your reference number. An email will be sent to you the next banking day to confirm the status of your application.

How to add funds

  1. Over the counter in any AUB Branch.
  2. Instapay from other Philippine Bank Accounts
  3. Fund transfer from other AUB or HelloMoney accounts.

    Other cash-in partners will be added soon.

HelloMoney ATM Card

If you wish to have an ATM card linked to your account, you can go to any AUB branch to request for a card, just pay P100.00. With an ATM card, you can withdraw funds from over 20,000 ATMs nationwide and pay over the counter at over 200,000 Bancnet POS terminals.

You may check AUB website for more information or frequently asked questions.

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  • Yourtitaja

    Adulting here! I am still deciding where will I inquire for ATM cards. I think this is good to try, will research about the application and read more reviews so I can make sure that my future savings will be safe.

    • Ma. Fatima Villamor

      Hi po, question Lang po sana,nakalimutn cu na kc ung password ng email add cu po na in attached cu nung nag apply ako sa hello money then wala na din samin ung phone na ginamit cu, kaya po d nacu ulit mkapag sign-up ng panbgao kc po existing na ung hello money cu sa app na un po, hope u can help me po

  • Hazel

    I didn’t know this! It’s my first time to learn about HelloMoney by AUB! Kudos to them for offering such a convenient way to manage finances! 🙌🏻

  • theresa

    Cool. More and more e-billing are launching this time of pandemic. This is favorable to all of us. I am transitioning paying our bills online too unlike before.

  • Wendy

    this one doesn’t need to go to any branch to open an account. this is convenient. what about opening account from outside the Philippines? will this be allowed too since based on the instructions it is not location based?

  • Therese

    This is really convenient especially now that we’re facing a pandemic and it is safer to make transactions online amd the best part is, you can still use the app for paying bills at home all the time.


    I am so happy that there’s a new way of sending money and paying bills as well. I mainly use Western and Remitly in sending money to the Philippines. But if this one seems like it’s a worth trying…:)

  • Dawn

    I will check this out! I’m having trouble paying some merchants because of the quarantine 🙁 I missed my chance to go out today so I have to check all other options before my due date 🙁

  • Franze Garcia

    Great initiative of AUB it is. Another innovative app inline with the top of the line apps for money transferring, payments and other transaction. I’m just wondering how long will it take to wait for the release of the Hellomoney card.

  • Sarrah Cea

    I am so glad that Pinas is stepping up their game when it comes to online modes of payment. Here in Indonesia, I rarely withdraw from ATM because everything is online. This saves time, monitors expenses and reduces the risk of transferring the virus. I hope people will patronise this.

  • Caren

    Yes to other option paying our bills, instead na pumila pa we can do it online. Good thing na may ATM card din sila para makakapagwithdraw for emergency

    • KJ Dadero

      It’s always great to have options for online transactions nowadays, with everyone having limited chances to go out. I haven’t heard about this app before. Thanks for all these information. I’ll check it out.

    • Christian Foremost

      The more options for online payments, the better. I personally haven’t withdrawn any money for the past 3 months and it’s alright. Of course, that doesn’t t mean that i save any money cause i online shop everyday. But yeah, go cashless cause COD sucks. Hahaha.

    • Misskhae

      This e-wallet looks really familiar kasi it has the same features sa app na ginagamit ng Pag-Ibig Loyalty Card. It’s AUB din so i think hellomoney is the provider sa PAG-Ibig and it’s really easy to use. Nung nag loan ako, diretso lang sya dun sa card then nakaka transfer pa ng money to Paymaya na syang ginagamit ko dahil naka connect sa Paypal. Mga ganitong financial access talaga kelangan ng freelancers 🥰

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