I ran out of cash today so I decided to withdraw some extra funds from my COL Financial Account.
This isn’t the first time I withdrew money from my COL Financial Account, so I pretty much know the process already. And it’s very simple.
If you have a COL Financial Account and you’re planning to withdraw your funds too or maybe you just want to know how it’s done, just follow these simple steps:
- Login to your COL Financial Account.
- Click the Home button and select Forms.
- Download the FORM NEEDED FOR WITHDRAWAL OF FUNDS
- Print the form and fill it out with the required information and sign it.
- Amount in Figures
- Amount in Words
- COL Account Number
- Name of Account Holder
- Scan the signed form and send it to email@example.com with the Subject Line: COL Financial Withdrawal
If you prefer to pick up the check from the COL Financial business center, you need to submit the original filled out form with signature.
Another tip: Always make sure that your Account Profile is updated.
- Email Address
- Home Address
- Office Address
- Mobile Number
- Bank Details
If you prefer to have your funds transferred or credited directly to your bank account, double check your bank account details and update it if necessary.
To check or edit your profile, click Home and select Change Profile.
By the way, the amount that I withdrew was my unused cash balance from my COL Financial Account.
Can I withdraw the proceeds of a stock sale immediately?
An individual can withdraw the proceeds of a stock transaction sale in three days (T+3) after a stock is sold subject to the procedures on the withdrawal of funds. An unused cash balance longer than three days dormant can be withdrawn anytime thereafter, allowing for one day notice with a cut-off time of 11am to prepare the check payment for that day.
So make sure you give at least 3 days if you’re withdrawing funds from your COL Financial account.
You may also contact COL Financial Customer Service at (+632) 6 515 888 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions regarding this.
I sent my withdrawal request through email yesterday, Jan. 13, 2016 at 2:30 PM and I received an email notification that they received my request around 5:00 PM.
Today, Jan. 14, 2016, at 11:40AM, I received an email from COL Financial with the Subject Line: Notice of Adjustment, informing me that they have already debited the amount to my account.
I checked my bank account online today at 2:00PM, the amount was not yet credited to my account. Not sure what time was it actually credited, but when I checked it again at 11PM today, it’s there already.
That was quick indeed! 1-day processing only. Thanks COL Financial!