Team Out of Town Blog Hub (Outoftownblog.com) – Many of us need to pay fees to government agencies for employment, travel, and business requirements. At times, we spend almost half a day or more finishing our transactions—from physically going to the offices, banks, or payment centers to filling out forms and lining up. The good news is that ShopeePay, Shopee’s integrated mobile wallet, has made paying government bills more convenient and rewarding.
If you’re a member of SSS and Pag-IBIG, chances are you contribute and pay dues to these agencies on a regular basis. With ShopeePay, you can now conveniently pay your government bills, including SSS and Pag-IBIG, from the comfort of your homes and avoid the long lines at government offices or payment centers. On top of the convenience and security that digital payments provide, you also get up to 25% cashback when you pay government billers with ShopeePay. With this cashback offer, you can reduce the cost associated with your bills and add the amount to your savings.
Aside from SSS and Pag-IBIG, you can also use ShopeePay to pay your dues to other major government agencies such as the Tourism Infrastructure and Enterprise Zone Authority (TIEZA), National Bureau of Investigation (NBI), Maritime Industry Authority (Marina), and Manila Local Government Unit.
- SSS – Membership Contributions
- Pag-IBIG – Membership Savings, Housing Loan, and MP2
- NBI – Clearance
- TIEZA – Travel Tax
- Marina – Seaman’s Book, Seaman Certificate
- Manila LGU – eCedula, eBirth, eHealth, Real Property Tax, Business Permit
In just a few taps, you can easily pay your government bills and receive instant cashback. Simply open your Shopee app, tap on “Load, Bills & Travel,” select the government agency and key in your account number or reference number and the amount. Click here for more details on how to pay bills via ShopeePay.
To learn more about ShopeePay, visit https://shopee.ph/m/shopee-pay. Download Shopee for free through the App Store or Google Play.
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