The term ‘insured deposit’ means the amount due to any bona fide depositor for legitimate deposits in an insured bank net of any obligation of the depositor to the insured bank as of date of closure, but not to exceed P500,000.00.
A joint account shall be insured separately from any individually-owned deposit account.
R.A. No. 9576 stipulates that PDIC will not pay deposit insurance for the following accounts or transactions:
Investment products such as bonds, securities and trust accounts;
Deposit accounts which are unfunded, fictitious or fraudulent;
Deposit products constituting or emanating from unsafe and unsound banking practices;
Deposits that are determined to be proceeds of an unlawful activity as defined under the Anti-Money Laundering Law.