Here are the Payment Options When Paying For your NBI Clearance Fee

After you successfully set an appointment schedule to get your NBI Clearance, the next step would be choosing your payment options. In the past, paying for your NBI clearance was done in the NBI’s office, thus long queues were expected. However, since the launch of the online registration service, things have been more convenient.

Presently, you have many options to choose from when paying for your NBI clearance fee. You can choose the payment center which is nearest to you or even the one with less people or faster processing.

When paying for your NBI clearance fee, you have seven options. Let us break them down one by one.

1. Bank Over the Counter
You can pay cash to Over-The-Counter to banks including BDO Cash Deposit with Reference Number which will charge Php 25 Service Fee. BPI Bills Payment charges an addition Php 50 service fee. Meanwhile, Metrobank and Unionbank do not charge additional service charge.

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2. Online Banking
Here are the following payment channels if you are going to use online banking.

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3. Mobile Payment (Gcash)
Just make sure to load up your Gcash and you’re ready to make your payment.

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For Bayad Center, MultiPay, ECPay and 7-eleven payments, you will be issued a reference number to be used during payment.

4. Bayad Center

5. MultiPay

6. ECPay

7. 7-Eleven

Take note that an additional Php 25 will be charged for the use of the e-payment service, while other payment centers charge additional service fee. NBI Clearance Fees and other service charges are prior to change from what was listed on the post. You can always double check during registration process.

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