LANDBANK, CDA sign partnership for online payment of cooperative fees
LANDBANK recently signed a Memorandum of Agreement with the Cooperative Development Authority (CDA) for the online payment of various CDA fees and charges through LANDBANK Link.Biz portal, a 24/7 online payment facility that allows clients to pay for products and services of enrolled merchants both from the government and private sector.
LANDBANK President and CEO Alex V. Buenaventura and CDA Officer-in-Charge Chairman Benjie S. Oliva led the signing last July 4 at the CDA Main Building in Quezon City.
The CDA will utilize the LANDBANK Link.Biz Portal for the collection of six fees, namely Cooperative Name Registration, New Registration, Registration of Amendment, Registration of Branch/Satellite/Laboratory, Forms, and Masterlist.
For the Cooperative Name Registration, applicants will need to register via the CDA website www.cda.gov.ph and fill up the required information. A reservation number will be generated which will then be used to verify if the request has been processed, and available for payment.
The LANDBANK Link.Biz Portal is not limited to LANDBANK account holders but is also made available to cooperatives with 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 Link.Biz Portal.
“We are more than happy for this opportunity to offer our services to the CDA, which is in line with our continuing efforts to help streamline payment of government fees. We look forward to more exciting possibilities with this partnership, in support of our mutual objective of serving the cooperative sector,” says LANDBANK President and CEO Alex V. Buenaventura.
The LANDBANK Link.Biz Portal was launched in 2017 with the Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) as the pilot client for tax payments. LANDBANK has since expanded the available services, with more partner-agencies on board such as the Professional Regulation Commission, Insurance Commission, and the Philippine National Police.
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