PhilPlans now accepting payments online
MANILA, Philippines – Payment transactions with PhilPlans is now made easier. With just a few clicks, PhilPlans planholders can now pay their subsequent premiums online by visiting PhilPlans website at www.philplans.com.ph or www.philplanspay.com.
PhilPlans e-payment is an online payment facility that accepts payments for their plan transactions. From the convenience of their homes or offices, PhilPlans planholders can now use their credit cards (Mastercard or Visa) to continue funding their education, pension, and memorial plans. To enable e-payment and ensure correct payments, planholders must refer to their billing statement and input their plan policy number and amount due for their policy.
Giuseppe E. Morta, assistant vice president for marketing said, “We want to promote convenience and hassle-free transactions for our planholders. The company’s IT and special projects team has already developed a technology for our planholders to update their billing address and contact details online in September. Starting this November we can now accept their subsequent payments online thru credit card, saving them a lot of precious time and money.”
PhilPlans e-payment is an online payment facility developed by PhilPlans. PhilPlans, with license number PN-2012-4-R issued by the Insurance Commission for the year 2012, has a Php 700 Million Paid-Up Capital (five times more than the minimum requirement) and Php 40 Billion in Trust Funds (unaudited as of August 2012), the largest in the pre-need industry. In 2011, PhilPlans dutifully released over P2.3 billion in plan benefits to more than 48,000 planholders. PhilPlans remains committed to securing the future of its more than 500,000 planholders for many years to come. Visit the PhilPlans website atwww.philplans.com.ph.
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