Pay SSS Loans And Contributions Through GCash

SSS and GCash Partnership for Loan and Contribution Payments


Innovation has advanced tremendously that it supplanted the conventional strategies for getting things done, much like doing exchanges with government offices, schools, business elements, and different associations.

We can now effectively get to our data, execute business, pull back money with only one voice direction, one tap on the screen, or a single tick on our mouse. 

It is evident that innovation has improved everybody's personal satisfaction.

Who dislikes the solace we are encountering these days, significantly more for the relaxation we appreciate because of the assistance of innovative devices and programming?

With the present progression, the Social Security Systems of the Philippines likewise keeps on improving its administration by presenting new projects to support its valued members.

Probably the most recent program is its partnership with Globe GCash for contribution and loan payments. 

What is GCash


GCash is a virtual wallet administration offered by Globe Telecom that empowers subscribers to pay bills, shop online, send cash, purchase load and even withdraw money utilizing their cell phones. 

How to pay through GCash


All independently employed and voluntary SSS members including OFWs, non-working spouses, farmers, and fishermen can utilize GCash to pay their loans and monthly contributions. 

Employed individuals, then again, still need to pay through their employers. Yet, employers including those household employers can pay their workers' monthly contributions by means of GCash.

At the point when the member pays through GCash, the framework will naturally send an instant message to affirm receipt of the installment which will be posted on the SSS database the next day. No exchange expense is charged on the member's GCash account, thus, providing greater advantages to the member.

Note that contribution and loan payments still pursue still follow a strict monthly schedule with the cut-off date based on the 10th digit of the SSS member.

The tenth digit of my SSS number is 6, therefore, my due date would be the twentieth day of the month. Since I am now a voluntary member, I can pay my contribution quarterly. But my loan amortization still has to be paid monthly.

OFWs, then again, are given progressively adaptable cutoff times. They can pay their commitments for January to December any day around the same time. The October to December installments are acknowledged until January 31 of the next year.

With this recently included SSS facility, we don't need to get a vacation from work, hold up in long queues or travel long distances to pay our bills.

We can simply make a GCash account, deposit funds to our account, then, pay our monthly contributions and loan amortizations using our mobile phones. It's basic, quick, and helpful. 

Account registration is even excessively simple


We just need to utilize Globe prepaid/postpaid sim or a Touch Mobile prepaid sim. At that point, dial *143# on our cellular phones, search for GCash and tap "register" to make a record. 

When your account is made, you can store cash to your GCash account at any 7-Eleven, Tambunting, Villarica, and GCash outlets with the reference number given when you set up your account.

Alternatively, you can also go to any Cebuana Lhuillier Pawnshop and cash in through them. The minimum amount you can cash in is Php50.00 which you can already use in buying load.

Once funds are deposited into your account, you can begin paying SSS using your GCash account. We still have to dial *143#, look for GCash, then, tap for “Pay Bills” and select the appropriate category. As for me, I am a voluntary member, thus, I have to look for a category that says "SSS Voluntary".

On the off chance that you need simple access to your GCash account, you can opt to download the GCash mobile application. You can likewise enlist a record through the portable application. 

No need to stress over our GCash exchanges as they are protected with internet banking security as required by the Philippine Government. A Personal Identification Number (PIN) is likewise required for each exchange to guarantee that the assets in our portable wallet are kept safe. 

Besides SSS payments, GCash additionally permits contribution and loan payments to various government agencies and financial institutions.

How do you find this new partnership of SSS and GCash? If it's not too much trouble, let us know in the comment section underneath.

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