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Metrobank says 700 billers in its online platform offer free service fee

Local lender Metrobank said consumers can save on service fees — particularly on bills payments -- by using Metrobank Online with over 700 billers on the platform available without extra charge.

Health agency sees reduced corruption through digital transactions

The online payment service provided by MyEG Philippines, to the Department of Health - Metro Manila Center for Health Development (DOH-MMCHD) will not only enhance the capabilities of the agency, but increase transparency and reduce the chance of corruption via secure record systems.

SEC to shift all payments online, will close on-site channel next year

In a notice, the SEC announced that by Feb. 1, 2023 all payments will be accepted only through the Electronic System for Payments to the SEC (eSPAYSEC) or at any branch of the Land Bank of the Philippines nationwide.

SC launches online payment for small claims cases

All first-level courts nationwide can now accept payments for small claims through the Fortune Pay mobile app.

Payment firm JustPayto taps MultiSys to expand online services

Through the partnership, JustPayto users will offer an array of payment options via Visa or Mastercard, bank transfer, over-the-counter, or other e-money services.

SEC rolls out online payment portal

The newly developed SEC Payment Portal is a Web-based system that also allows for the payment of fees and penalties online using debit and credit cards, digital wallets, and other cashless payment options.

Meralco should incentivize online payment instead of adding fee, says Gatchalian

Meralco initially waived the 47 peso-convenience fee during the Enhanced Community Quarantine (ECQ) but the company recently announced that it will resume collecting the fee from consumers who wish to pay their bills online after Metro Manila and other cities started reopening payment and business centers.
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