Paymaya makes gov’t payments easier, offers bills bayad rewards

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Smart’s digital financial company, PayMaya, is bringing Filipinos the convenience, safety, and time-saving benefits of paying for their fees and dues to the Social Security System (SSS), the Home Development Mutual Fund (Pag-IBIG Fund), the Professional Regulation Commission (PRC), and the Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) with the Bills Bayad Promo.

From now until March 31, customers who will pay for their Pag-IBIG, SSS, PRC, and BIR fees and dues for the first time using PayMaya can get a 10 percent cashback voucher, the fintech company said. Meanwhile, existing customers who are paying their recurring fees using PayMaya can also enjoy a 5 percent cashback voucher monthly during the promo period. Users can get up to P200 cashback.

On top of the cashback rewards, individuals who will sign up and upgrade their account can enjoy a P100 voucher when they use the code BILLSBAYAD upon registration, it added.

“We are always looking for ways to make everyday transactions easier and more rewarding. These include encouraging more consumers to use digital payments when transacting with national government agencies. We want to give users a more convenient experience as we also help promote ease of doing business with the government,” said PayMaya Chief Marketing Officer Pepe Torres.

Using the Paymaya mobile application, that is available to both Android and iOS users, registered users can pay their dues to the four participating national government easily.

The following are the different channels where you can pay using PayMaya:

  • SSS – pay for your social security contributions via the PayMaya app and the SSS mobile app
  • Pag-IBIG – remit your regular housing amortizations via the PayMaya app and the Pag-IBIG website
  • PRC – pay for your professional fees via the commission’s website
  • BIR – settle your taxes and fees via the PayMaya app.

PayMaya is the only end-to-end digital payments ecosystem enabler in the Philippines, with platforms and services that cut across consumers, merchants, communities, and government.

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