PRC, IC tie up with LANDBANK for online payment service

Thursday, May 31, 2018

[Left photo] LANDBANK President and CEO Alex Buenaventura and Insurance Commission Chairman, Atty. Dennis Funa signed the memorandum of agreement for the LANDBANK LinkBiz Portal last April 25; [Right photo] Buenaventura and Professional Regulation Commission Chairman Atty. Teofilo Pilando, Jr. seal their partnership through a MOA signed last May 17 for the online payment facility.

 

Clients of the Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) and Insurance Commission (IC) can now experience convenient and secure payment of fees with LANDBANK LinkBiz Portal following the signing of a memorandum of agreement between LANDBANK and the two offices.

The LANDBANK LinkBiz Portal allows online payment of fees not only of LANDBANK account holders but also of PRC and IC clients maintaining accounts with participating BancNet-member bank and those using Globe G-Cash. LANDBANK and BancNet ATM cardholders must be enrolled in LANDBANK iAccess and BancNet Online, respectively, to be able to use the LANDBANK LinkBiz Portal which is available 24/7 – including holidays.

“As we continue to expand the services of the LANDBANK LinkBiz Portal by getting more merchants and partners onboard, we are more than happy to welcome PRC and IC, fellow government offices, to our network. This reinforces our shared commitment to provide ease of doing business in government offices as we now get to serve PRC and IC clients with our alternative payment channel,” said LANDBANK President and CEO Alex Buenaventura.

For PRC clients, the LANDBANK LinkBiz Portal will initially accept examination fees of overseas Filipino workers who will take the Special Professional Licensure Examinations outside the country. Payment of other fees for local licensure examination, professional ID renewal, and initial registration, among others, will soon be available on the payment channel.

Meanwhile, the e-payment channel will initially accept payment for Agent Computerized Examination fee of IC clients. The portal will soon be able to accept payments for other fees collected by the IC such as for accreditation, certification, registration, clearance, supervision and regulation enforcement, and filing.