PayMaya powers cashless payments at PSA for civil registry documents


As the digital financial services pioneer, PayMaya, equips the agency with QR payments, Filipinos trying to obtain civil registry documents from the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) can now conveniently pay for their transactions.

PayMaya PSA PaymentPayMaya enables the Philippine Statistics Authority to provide a safer and more convenient way to pay for civil registry documents via PayMaya QR, allowing Filipinos to easily scan a QR code at the counter to pay for PSA fees. The image shows Dennis S. Mapa, Ph.D., National Statistician, and Civil Registrar General, Undersecretary of PSA, using his PayMaya app to pay for his documents.

PSA is now offering PayMaya QR as a safe and contactless payment method for its customers to secure civil registry documents such as birth, death, and marriage certificates, among others, starting at the Civil Registration System (CRS) Central Outlet on East Avenue, Quezon City.

They just need to check the PayMaya QR displayed at the designated payment windows in the PSA CRS Central Outlet using the PayMaya app on their phones to pay for their documents. PSA said it would provide PayMaya in its other PSA CRS Outlets nationwide with the same convenient contactless payment facility.

Soon, PayMaya will also be available as a payment option on PSA’s online platforms, enabling account holders to use only their mobile numbers linked to their PayMaya accounts to pay for civil registry documents. PayMaya also allows PSA to accept online transactions with any credit, debit, and prepaid card.





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