[Tutorial] How to Withdraw Funds from Your COL Financial Account

Last updated on July 22nd, 2015 at 08:43 pm

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[UPDATE  as of June 26 2014]: Download latest withdrawal form here. There’s a slight difference in the appearance of this new form compared to the old form used in below tutorial but the steps apply the same.

To be sure, you can always get the form from COL website using menu path: Home >>Forms and look for the Form Needed for Withdrawal of Funds

Happy Investing  – oMeng Tawid



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69 thoughts on “[Tutorial] How to Withdraw Funds from Your COL Financial Account”

  1. Miss Heaven

    Hi po! Kc I came from visayas so could I just send my requirements and filled up forms through snail mail? Thanks po

  2. Ako Ikaw

    Hi Sir Omeng,
    Tanong ko lang po paano po mag apply sa COL kung nasa ibang bansa ka po at anong mga requirements ang kailangan?

    1. Omeng Tawid

      same lang po. ang importante they get the physical copies of the forms

  3. Nice Presentation. Question: What is the UNUSED CASH BALANCE? Is this from current funds in stocks? Can i keep this cash as funds to buy stocks?

    1. Omeng Tawid

      Unused cash balance is the amount you can still use to buy stocks

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  5. Lejani M. Lacson

    Hi Omeng! Just want to ask if sa Joint Account ay puwedeng not blood-related? Friends… Co-employees… puwede po ba yun? thanks

    1. Omeng Tawid

      Yes pwede po kahit not blood-related.

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