I Want to Become a Millionaire with Pag-IBIG Contribution

I’m not talking about becoming a millionaire before all my hair turn grey. I want to have a seven-digit asset in the bank under my name . . . in the not so far future, like till next year. 2018.

OK. Let’s get down to the business of getting rich without the quick scheme.

Paying the Pag-IBIG contribution couldn’t make you a millionaire in a short time. But every contribution will give you the chance to join the Pag-IBIG Expanded Dagdag – Ipon Raffle Promo Part 2.

Masyadong mahaba ang pangngalan ng paligsahan. Kahit na. Sumali pa din ako. At dapat ikaw din.

Become a Member of Pag-IBIG Fund

How to Join the Raffle

The raffle promo is open for local and overseas members. The promo runs until March 31, 2018 so you still have the time to JOIN.

If you are an OFW, you can register online to become a member of Pag-IBIG Fund and pay the contribution online.

  • For every P600 savings remitted by the member every month, two electronic raffle
    numbers will be issued through email.
  • One bonus electronic raffle number will also be issued to the member through email upon joining the raffle promo through the Pag-IBIG website (one-time registration only) and after validation of the initial remittance.

I am currently paying Php1,000.00 so I’ll be qualified for a higher housing loan. Because of the chance of becoming a millionaire, I’m increasing my contribution to Php1,200.00 so I can have four electronic raffle numbers every month.

Nothing to Lose

Whether I win or not (pero syempre umaasa pa din), I’m still a winner. With every increase contribution, the higher is my retirement fund in the future.

It’s a win-win expenses. Walang talo di ba.

In the old days of perya, I often win in the roulette with soda or chocolate. Out of the many letters and numbers, my letter of choice (H) was chosen. With the prize in my hand, I went straight home because the winner quits right away (my motto back then.)

I still have that same optimism when it comes to a contest, excluding a singing competition. Sign me up for a choir instead.

More Prizes, More Chances for Pag-IBIG Member

If you doubt of the probability of turning into a millionaire by fate, then you might see yourself winning the other cash prizes and gadgets.

Grand Draw – Php1,000,000.00

Other Prizes:

  1. OPPO F3 Plus smartphones and P100,000 for monthly, first quarter, second quarter, and grand draws
  2. P250,000 for first quarter and grand draws
  3. P500,000 for second quarter and grand draws

So many prizes. I hope to win any of the prizes. Cash is great but a new smartphone will do because my iPhone is occasionally sleeping for a long time. I was so nervous that it wouldn’t wake up again; but it did. Long live Apple!

Are you thinking of joining already? Think of this as a (forced) way to start saving for retirement if you haven’t started yet.

How Will You Know If You Win

Getting a notification about social media updates is annoying, isn’t. (I don’t want to know what you have for breakfast.)

But getting a news that you’ve won is priceless. Start imagining it because you might be one of the lucky winners.

Winners are notified via telephone call, e-mail, or registered mail as detailed in their Pag-IBIG records. Winners of each draw will also be announced in Pag-IBIG’s official website and Facebook page.

Napoleon Hill said in the book Think and Grow Rich “Whatever the mind can conceive and believe, it can achieve.”

Remember also that nothing will happen if you don’t become a member of Pag-IBIG Fund. Sign up and maybe you’ll become a millionaire.

But one thing is for sure, your retirement fund can grow into millions with diligent and consistent contribution payment. You are a millionaire in the making.

Resource: Pag-IBIG Expanded Dagdag – Ipon Raffle Promo Part 2

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