Victorias goes cashless with GCash


The City of Victorias has partnered with GCash, a mobile payment service, in launching the Digital Service Payment Acceptance.

The partnership will allow Victoriahanons to pay their taxes and other government payments through GCash.

The memorandum of agreement for the partnership was signed by Mayor Javier Miguel Benitez, GCash AVP Head of Public Sector and Partnerships Cathlyn Pavia, LGU Leader for Visayas and Mindanao JR Marfori, SP Chair Committee on Digitalization, Innovation, and Smart Governance Councilor Audie Malaga, and City Treasurer Maria Rosielyn Gustilo.

“This partnership means we are empowering our citizens for a digital cashless future, accountability, transparency, and convenience,” said Mayor Benitez.

He added that the Victorias City is the first local government unit to sign a memorandum of agreement with GCash in the whole of Region VI.

I am thrilled to let Victoriahanons experience the convenient and efficient services of GCash, the younger Benitez said.

The partnership is part of the administration’s promotion of a clean, efficient, and inclusive government and future in Victorias. After the signing, a simulation of the steps in paying government tax through GCash was demonstrated.

GCash representatives recently conducted a training with the tenants at the Victorias Commercial Center. They were taught how to do cashless transactions with the use of their respective GCash account and mobile phones.

Taxpayers, VCC tenants, TODA, and various clients of the LGU can now avail of this cashless service and pay their payments whenever, wherever, with just a scan of the city’s official QR Code.

The partnership between Victorias City and GCash is a significant step towards a cashless future for the city. It will make it easier and more convenient for citizens to pay their taxes and other government payments. It will also help to improve transparency and accountability in government.

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