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PayMaya now allows gov't payments, financial services for OFWs and Filipinos abroad

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PayMaya is making it easier for Filipinos abroad to pay for government fees and their family's utility bills through its mobile app.
PayMaya services now available for OFWs
PayMaya services now available for OFWs

OFWs, Filipinos abroad can now pay gov't fees and PH bills via PayMaya

OFWs can now pay for government dues and utility bills via PayMaya
OFWs can now pay for government dues and utility bills via PayMaya

Starting May 1, PayMaya will now open this service for Filipinos overseas so that the latter can now use their PH mobile SIM cards on roaming to register for a PayMaya account. This will then allow them to access PayMaya services to pay for government dues or their family's utility bills in PH. In addition, this makes sending money to their loved ones easier as well.

According to 2020 data released by the Philippine Statistics Authority, there are an estimated 2.2 million Filipinos who are currently working abroad, with millions more who have already migrated and can still benefit from a strong fintech platform that can help them and their families who are still in the Philippines.

OFWs and Filipinos abroad can now pay for their SSS, PAG-IBIG Fund, BIR, DFA dues, as well as over 60 other Philippine government agencies. PayMaya also allows them to pay their dues for more than 500 active billers.

Here's the step to register for a PayMaya account as a Filipino abroad:

1. Download the PayMaya app via the Google Play Store or Apple App Store.
2. Register a new account using a Philippine mobile SIM with international roaming activated, their address in the Philippines, and a valid PH gov't issued ID such as Passport, Driver's License, UMID, SSS with digitized photo, PRC license, and Postal ID.
3. They can then use the "Add Money" function through VISA, Mastercard, or JCB debit or credit cards. They can also go through PayMaya's international remittance partners such as Western Union and Moneygram.

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