Because of the current lock down and community quarantine in different parts of the Philippines because of the COVID-19 pandemic, we are cut off from our usual routine at work and even at home.
Thanks to technology, however, we can still do certain things to help us get going with our jobs and other concerns.
In case, you haven’t been aware yet, you can access these sites to check your records and even make online transactions:
1. Social Security System (SSS). Through My.SSS you can do several things. I used this myself for some time now and it has been very helpful. I have even checked here my possible pension in the future based on my contribution. I also get a monthly update now on my mobile regarding my monthly payments, thanks to My.SSS.
My.SSS is an online service portal that allows SSS members exclusive access to their contributions and membership records, make online transactions, set appointments with their SSS servicing branch, and request copies of their records, as needed.
To access and register, go to My.SSS.
2. Government Service Insurance System (GSIS). GSIS now provides a means for you to personally check, right in the comfort of your home or office your GSIS Membership Record, including statement of loan accounts.
To access your GSIS Membership Record, you need to register first using a GSIS business partner or BP number.
BP numbers may be obtained by members from their office’s agency authorized officer or electronic remittance file handler; any GSIS office; or GSIS Contact Center (847-4747). The system is accessible to members who are based in the Philippines.
To access and register (with your ready BP number), go to eGSISMO.
3. Professional Regulation Commission (PRC). PRC has quick links where the following services are offered: Application for Examination, Initial Registration, Renewal of Professional Identification Card and Certifications of Board Rating and Passing.
You can access either of these two links to avail of the above services: online.prc.gov.ph and online1.prc.gov.ph.
You can also visit the PRC website to get more information about other eServices (online services) they offer.
That’s it. Stay home to protect yourself and others from COVID-19.
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