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Philippines Makes Doing Business Easier
As our contribution towards promoting the EASE OF DOING BUSINESS in the Philippines, LANDBANK continues to build robust digital infrastructure by enabling various markets to conduct electronic payment through our menu of electronic banking facilities. Check out our payment facilities for your various needs.
Pay your contributions and dues to the government via LANDBANK’s electronic facilities, including the eTax Payment System (eTPS) for BIR payments, weAccess for payments to the HDMF and the e-Premium Remittance System (ePRS) for PhilHealth payments.
Promote and sell products to both local and international markets by utilizing the ePayment Portal (ePP) as a secure and convenient payment platform for MSMEs, in partnership with DOST for their Onestore.ph.
With the LANDBANK ePP, institutions and businesses – from big to small – can accept payments for their products and services via the Internet. Meanwhile, merchants’ clients can either pay through the LANDBANK ePP website or through the merchants’ websites.
Now in the roster of businesses for which payments are accepted via the ePP are 41 institutions, including schools and universities, cooperatives and companies.
Enrolled government agencies can electronically transfer allocations from one unit within the same department through the LANDBANK eMDS.
Government agencies can also electronically pay their suppliers using eMDS from the agencies' List of Due and Demandable Accounts Payable to the suppliers' account in LANDBANK.
Pay the following through ePP:
Beneficiaries of the National Government’s Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (4Ps) get LANDBANK cash cards and prepaid cards to transact through LANDBANK and other ATMs across the country.
This makes the delivery of cash grants to poor households direct and safe.
These card products also have a host of features and functions including cashless purchase, and fund transfers.
eG2P payment facilities are likewise used for government payroll, GSIS retirees’ pension, scholars’ stipends, and multi-purpose loan disbursements.
The United Nations Development Programme’s Cash for Work Program was a special relief intervention that covered beneficiaries in Yolanda-stricken areas. Weekly payouts were conducted with LANDBANK cash cards, which beneficiaries used to transact with ATMs or through payout centers via the Smart mobile money platform.
Learn more: https://www.landbank.com/ease-of-doing-business