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Did you forget your philhealth online password this 2022? Here are the steps to recover it in 3 minutes or less based on experience. Remembering your login details is necessary before you can view your member information stored in the Philhealth database. On the new and improved website of philhealth you can access most of […] Read more

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You can follow these 6 easy steps to pay your PhilHealth contribution online on a monthly, quarterly, semi-annually, or on yearly basis using your Gcash, credit card, or debit card. Philhealth has recently made a huge update on its website. You can easily notice that the member login page is already working. It also loads […] Read more

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You can order a copy of your NSO Birth Certificate online at PSA Serbilis and they will deliver it to your house through a partnered Courier company. It is more convenient on your part than to walk-in into the nearest Philippine Statistics Authority office. OFWs can also request copies of their Birth Certificate online even […] Read more

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You have been paying your pag ibig contribution for years now and you want to know if the accumulated amount is enough to apply for a home loan, multi-purpose loan, or even a calamity loan. However, visiting a pagibig branch to check your contribution is time-consuming. The good news is, you can now verify your […] Read more

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Here are the 5 easy steps to reset or retrieve your Pag Ibig password when you forgot it. This process would only take you 3 minutes to complete. Follow the instruction so you can unlock your pagibig account. After this, you can now login with your new password and be able to access your pag […] Read more

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You can pay your Pag Ibig contributions and housing loans via different payment centers in the Philippines and abroad. Here are the step by step guide to fulfill your responsibilities as an active member of the home development mutual fund (HDMF) otherwise known as pagibig fund of the Philippines. Through the years, the Pag-Ibig fund […] Read more

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