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LTO, other gov’t fees can now be paid through PayMaya

Ralf Rivas

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LTO, other gov’t fees can now be paid through PayMaya
PayMaya adds 4 more government agencies and Taguig City to its list of partners for cashless transactions

Paying for driver’s license fees, taxes, and other government-related transactions can now be done through PayMaya, as the company added more agencies to its roster of partners that accept cashless payments.

PayMaya has added the Land Transportation Office, Securities and Exchange Commission, Intellectual Property Office of the Philippines, Optical Media Board, and Taguig City as government partners, joining over 50 other agencies and local government units that are already accepting e-wallet payments for transactions.

Other agencies that use PayMaya include:

  • Bureau of Internal Revenue
  • Social Security System
  • Pag-IBIG
  • Bureau of Customs
  • Department of Foreign Affairs
  • Department of Trade and Industry
  • Professional Regulation Commission
  • National Home Mortgage Finance Corporation
  • Valenzuela City
  • Ormoc City
  • Parañaque City

“By going digital and offering cashless payment options, the government is helping address our two most pressing issues today: ensuring the safety of all citizens and helping in the recovery of the economy,” said Orlando Vea, founder and chief executive officer of PayMaya.

In June, PayMaya reported a 900% increase in payments to government agencies made online.

To encourage Filipinos to go cashless, PayMaya is offering cashbacks on transaction fees when a customer uses his or her mobile number to pay in select online and mobile government channels until September 30. –

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Ralf Rivas

A sociologist by heart, a journalist by profession. Ralf is Rappler's business reporter, covering macroeconomy, government finance, companies, and agriculture.