HDMF offers e-payment, loyalty card for better services

By Jennifer Catan-Tilos

 

KSP on PAG-IBIG
(L-R) PAG-Ibig Dumaguete City branch head Juliio Carmel Alfarero, Gherrie Balinas, MSO IV of PAG-Ibig Dumaguete and PIA NegOr Infocen Manager Jenny Tilos during a Kapihan Forum on PAG-IBig Fund’s Loyalty Card and Electronig Payment System. (PIA7-NegOr)

 

DUMAGUETE CITY (PIA) – For its 35th anniversary, the Home Development Mutual Fund (HDMF) or Pag-ibig Fund here has embarked an electronic collection and remittance including loyalty card to make its services accessible to members.

Branch head Julio Carmel Alfarero of Pag-ibig Fund Dumaguete said this effort under its Circular no. 355 mandates all employers from government and private sectors to remit their employees’ membership savings and loan amortization through its accredited partner-banks.

This program also saves time and transportation costs as employers can remit their monthly contributions and payment of short term loans using the e-collect.

With 61,781 Pag-ibig members in Negros Oriental, this reform will ensure faster transactions as soon as the employers have registered with Pag-ibig and the partner-bank of employer’s choice will provide the employer with user ID and password.

Meantime, Alfarero has also urged the members to secure the new Members Loyalty Card.

“The card serves as an additional benefit for the members, card holder can avail certain percentage discount in medicines, tuition fee, fuel from over 50 merchant partners nationwide so far,” Alfarero said.

To apply, interested members can may visit the office or request Pag-ibig staff to go to their office for capturing their photos.

The loyalty membership identification card can be availed of for a fee of P100.

More business partners and establishments are offering discounts on the purchase of products and services including businesses, schools, hospitals, and shipping lines, among others, said Alfarero. (rmn/jct/PIA7-Negros Oriental/This article was first published at PIA Website on Dec. 10, 2015)

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