If you've taken advantage of Pag-IBIG's savings and loan facilities, then this is good news for you: you can now pay your dues via PayMaya.

Inquirer.net reports that remittances can be made using any Visa, Mastercard or JCB credit, debit and prepaid card. If you have a PayMaya account, you can also pay via your mobile number that's linked to your e-wallet.

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Aside from this, Pag-IBIG branches will soon have One by PayMaya point-of-sale devices, which aims to become a quick, one-stop-shop for all account holders' digital cashless transactions. 

Other government institutions with services/fees that can be paid via PayMaya include:

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  • Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA)
  • Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA)
  • National Bureau of Investigation (NBI)
  • National home Mortage Finance Corporation (NHMFC)
  • National Statistics Office/Philippine Statistics Authority
  • National Housing Authority (NHA)
  • Philippine Overseas Employment Administration (POEA)

PayMaya is available for download on iOS and Android.

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