Iloilo City opens offsite payment centers in 3 malls

Businesses are the backbone of the economy. These are as important as citizens. As part of ease of doing business in the metropolis, Iloilo City Government opened offsite payment centers in three malls, namely, Marymart Mall, Festive Walk, and The Atrium on Tuesday, December 20.

Iloilo City Payment Centers
Iloilo City offsite payment centers are now open for the public in 3 malls. 

These offsite payment centers can accept and will start collecting tax payments from businesses. These payment sites will help mitigate the overcrowding in Iloilo City Hall as the public can renew and process their business permits from any of these locations.

All newly-launched payment centers are fully furnished and with personnel assigned to assist businessmen. Application for Integrated Business Permits and Licensing System (IBPLS) is also available in these centers. Under IBPLS, the processing of permits will be digital or fully online. 

Iloilo City Payment Centers

Mayor Jerry P. Treñas, who led the ribbon-cutting ceremony in Festive Walk, said that these centers will make transactions more efficient and accessible to the public.

“We are constantly looking for ways to bring our services closer to the people, and ensure they feel and see that the city government is always working for them,” Treñas said.

Iloilo City Payment Centers
Mayor Jerry Trenas for the opening of the Iloilo City Payment in 3 malls. 

The opening at Marymart Center was led by Councilor Miguel S. Treñas, together with Iloilo Business Club, Inc. leaders Emil Diez and Marissa Segovia, Bgy. Ed Ganzon Kap. Jose Juayang, and BPLO Head Norman Tabud.

Aside from these three centers, another one in SM City Iloilo is set to open next week. Two other malls, Robinsons Main and GT Mall in Molo have also expressed their intent to house more offsite payment centers of the Iloilo City Government.

Diamond Georgina

Diamond Georgina is a lifestyle entrepreneur and blogger based in Iloilo City. Apart from blogging and being a professional salesperson, she loves filming (video content), traveling, and emerging in communities. She considers herself a life-long learner. Feel free to collaborate.

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