Why I Started Saving on Modified Pag-IBIG II (MP2) Program

After figuring out the why and how-to save on Modified Pag-IBIG II program of Pag-IBIG, I started saving on MP2 while working overseas. I am happy and proud to say that the entire process were done online.

The MP2 is an easy way for OFWs to save from abroad apart from the monthly contribution to Pag-IBIG as a member. Since I consider MP2 as a great way to save, it might suits your financial goal but before applying for MP2, let’s do a quick brush up of the program and its benefits.

What is Modified Pag-IBIG II (MP2) Program

Here’s a definition of term straight from Pag-IBIG:

The Modified Pag-IBIG II (MP2) Program is an additional and voluntary five (5) year savings facility being offered by HDMF to its Pag-IBIG I members that will provide them with a yield higher than their Pag-IBIG I membership.

I don’t want you to confuse MP2 with being a Pag-IBIG member. MP2 is entirely for saving money with added bonus through flexible dividend rate. While if you become a Pag-IBIG member, you can apply for a housing loan and save for retirement through the monthly contribution.

Buying a house and saving for retirement are two of my goals. Wouldn’t it be nice to save more without all the risk and volatility of stocks and other assets?

That’s where the Modified Pag-IBIG II Program comes in.

Who are Qualified

The active members of Pag-IBIG and with a monthly salary of more than Php 5,000.00 can apply for the MP2 program. Applicants include OFW Pag-IBIG members.

Former Pag-IBIG Fund members with source of monthly income (eg. pensioners and retirees) and have at least 24 monthly savings while a member are also qualified.

Why Should You Save on MP2 Program?

By now, I think you have made up your mind to sign up for the program because it’s an easy investment for five years. After that it’s up to you to invest it for another five years or withdraw. (Then go for a cruise if that is meant to be the travel fund.)

You can have a look for more information about MP2:

The minimum contribution is Php 500.00 per month. Increase it to Php 1000.00 the next month or skip the next contribution. Or pay once for the entire year. It’s all up to you.

You can save as much as you want in MP2.

Here’s a table to give you an idea of how much your savings can earn at 5.5% and 7.43% annual dividend rate.

MP2 Annual Dividend Rate

Whatever amount you want to save, make it happen. Put the money in the bank. (I mean in your MP2 account.)

Here’s more information while having a good laugh from Wealth Arki.

The hosts are Rienzie Biolena and Fitz Villafuerte, who is my favourite pinoy personal finance blogger. Because I no longer watch TV (it’s not an uncommon habit for OFW), I have time to watch and learn for free. Recommend your favourite personal finance YouTubers and I’ll add it on my subscription.

How to Enroll and Pay in the Modified Pag-IBIG II

You can sign up online through the MP2 Enrollment System or download the enrollment form. After the online registration, you’ll have an MP2 Account Number. Print and take the registration form to the Pag-IBIG branch to start remitting.

For OFWs, you can register online and ask your relatives to pay on your behalf. Or pay through the Overseas Remittance Partners Abroad using the MP2 Account Number:

  • Philippine National Bank (PNB)
  • Asia United Bank (AUB)
  • I-Express Remit Mo Sa Pag-IBIG
  • I-Text Mo Sa Pag-IBIG
  • I-Remit Ventaja (including PayPilipinas)

Because I’m a huge fan of online transaction, I pay online the MP2 contribution:

  1. PayPilipinas. It’s not the best option that I tried once but I’ll stick to it for now.
  2. Online Payment Facility on Pag-IBIG’s website. This is a tip from a reader. Choose Modified Pag-IBIG 2 under Program Type. It has 1.75% convenience fee.

Update: To be able to pay for MP2 as an OFW, I asked my sibling to go to a nearest Pag-IBIG branch. Because Php 500.00 is the minimum contribution per month, I decided to make a one-time contribution of Php 6,000.00. Next time I’ll pay online using the Online Payment Facility.

If I would have extra cash before the end of the year then I’ll deposit more; otherwise, I’m glad I made a contribution. Let’s see how much is the dividend.

When Can You Withdraw the Savings

The maturity date is every 5 years. You have the option of continuing the MP2 membership for another 5 years to let the savings compound or withdraw the total savings.

Note: If the savings was not withdrawn after 5 years, the dividend rate that will be applied is the same as in the Pag-IBIG I which is lower than the flexible dividend rate of MP2. After two years, the savings will stop earning dividends.

Within that period, you can only withdraw the money in any of the following events:

  • Total disability or insanity
  • Job loss due to sickness
  • Death

The best thing to do is not to invest the money in MP2 that you’ll need in less than five years.

Within this period, the savings is safe from any impulse buying of latest gadget or airfare ticket that is ridiculously cheap making it insane to let it pass. (The future me we’ll be happy if I ignore it in the present.)

Get Your MP2 Dividends Every Year

This is a great news. MP2 dividends can be credited to a Philippine savings or checking account:

  • Land Bank of the Philippines (LBP)
  • Development Bank of the Philippines (DBP)
  • Other accredited banks

For the members who don’t have a Philippine bank account, they can receive the MP2 dividends through check.

How to Check the MP2 Contribution

After saying the good things about MP2, I hate to say that it comes with a flaw. You cannot check the online record of MP2 membership unlike the Pag-IBIG contribution.

Regardless of how you pay, the only proof of payment is the receipt. Keep it somewhere safe. It may come in handy should there be any issues of withdrawing the savings at the maturity date.

Another option is to request a copy of record in the Pag-IBIG office or through email. Without a choice, I did the latter and waited two months to get the Employee’s Statement of Accumulated Value (ESAV) for Modified Pag-IBIG II.

I’m glad to get my dividends for Pag-IBIG membership but where’s the dividends for MP2?

This made me think of whether should I invest more in MP2 Program. But I’m certain that I’ll continue paying my Pag-IBIG contribution to avail house repair loan.

How Much Dividends Can You Gain

This is the grey area for me. Fortunately, Rodel shared his experience of inquiring about the dividend on his SOA. So here’s the computation.

Contribution: Php 10,000 from July to December 2017
Total Contribution in 2017: Php 60,000
Dividend Rate in 2017: 8.11%
Dividend: Php 1,400

Total Contribution Each Month
July = Php 10,000
August = Php 20,000
September = Php 30,000
October = Php 40,000
November = Php 50,000
December = Php 60,000

Computation: Php 10,000 + Php 20,000 + Php 30,000 + Php 40,000 + Php 50,000 + Php 60,000 = Php 210,000 / 12 months = Php 17,500 x 0.0811 (dividend rate of 8.11%) = Php 1,419.25

Do you have the same computation in your statement?

With this information you can assess how much or little your savings will grow in MP2 without any risk involve.

Final Thoughts

The Modified Pag-IBIG II is a simple way to save for Filipinos especially for those who work in the Philippines. As for OFWs, remitting might take some of your time but working abroad means higher contribution and earnings within 5 years.

Wherever you are, find out if MP2 is the right saving strategy. This could take up 10% or more of an investment portfolio; consider your age, return of investment, and risk tolerance.

What I’m interested to know if someone already withdraw their MP2 savings. If that’s you, share the journey in the comment.

Will you save through MP2? If not what other ways of saving or investing are you considering.

MP2 Summary

Reminder: Please READ before leaving a comment. If your question is found here, then there’s NO need to answer it again.

Because I’ve been getting a lot of questions some are repeatedly asked, I decided to make a summary and ignore redundancy. So if your eyes skimmed through the post, then make sure to take the time to mindfully read the fast-to-read summary below.

  • All active Pag-IBIG members (including OFWs) earning more than Php 5,000.00 and former members (retirees and pensioners) are qualified for the MP2 programs.
  • Apply for the MP2 membership in a branch or online.
  • The MP2 savings and gain are tax free and guaranteed by the government.
  • You can contribute any amount not lower than Php 500.00 every month. You can pay once or twice a year whenever.
  • The contributions to MP2 and as a Pag-IBIG member are separate.
  • You cannot take out the money within 5 years during which time, the contribution can earn through flexible dividend rate that varies every year. The money can be withdrawn only in any of the following conditions: total disability or insanity, job loss due to sickness, or death.
  • The membership to MP2 can be continued for another 5 years.
  • MP2 dividends can be annually credited to a Philippine bank account.
  • You can pay through Pag-IBIG branch, GCash, overseas remittance partners abroad (eg. iRemit), and online (via PayPilipinas using a credit card).
  • GCash tip:
    • Use your MP2 account number and not the Pag-IBIG I number.
    • Your contribution will be posted at the end of the month regardless of whenever you pay.
  • You cannot check online your contribution; instead, you can request through email or on the Facebook Page of Pag-IBIG for an Employee’s Statement of Accumulated Value (ESAV) for Modified Pag-IBIG II.
  • For the computation of how much to gain through the flexible dividend rate, refer to the post because, ah, there’s not much room down here.

If you have tips or would like to share your experience or still have question not answered on this post, sige na nga, you may leave a comment.

More Questions

Because curiosity lead to more discoveries although at some might it might have killed a cat. I’m adding the questions that are yet to be answered by you. Who knows. Maybe in the not so distant future we’ll get the enlightenment, someday.

  1. After 5 years (maturity), is it possible to get the savings and leave the dividends for it to keep on compounding?
  2. Is it possible for the HR to deduct the MP2 contribution as well, similar to Pag-IBIG I?
  3. What is the maximum contribution per year?

Finally it’s the end of the post . . . for now. Keep on learning and investing.

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  1. Tanong ko lang po, kung pwede ba withdrawahin annually yung dividend kung mag one time invest po ako. Salamat po.

    • Pwede Padala Gal says

      Hindi pwedeng iwithdraw ang dividend lamang. Maaaring ipagpatuloy ang membership sa MP2 ng limang taon ulit o kaya naman ay iwithdraw na lahat ng balance sa MP2.

  2. Pwede po kahit unemployed? Student pa po kasi ako.

    • Pwede Padala Gal says

      Unfortunately, no. Ipunin mo muna Clarise yung pang contribute mo sa Pag-IBIG 1 and MP2; kapag may trabaho ka na, saka ka sumali sa parehong programa.

  3. chelvailoces says

    This is very informative post. Thanks for sharing! 🙂

  4. Required po ba pati si employer dito or yung mag-eenroll lang po sa MP2 talaga? I mean, wala pong magiging share si employer on top of Pag ibig member 1? I hope medyo malinaw po pagkakatanong ko hehe. I am interested to enroll pero may nakapagsabi po kasi na kailangan pati si employer ay magshare. Pero sa mga nababasa ko, wala naman nababanggit na employer. Kaya naconfuse lang po ako. Hehe. Di po ko makadirect sa pag-ibig office dahil sa schedule. Thank you po sa sagot at advice. God bless!

    • Pwede Padala Gal says

      Wala din akong nabasa na may share din ang employer sa contribution for MP2 pero required na maging member ng Pag-IBIG 1 bago maging miyembro ng MP2. I asked Pag-IBIG about it but until now there’s no response. You can apply online to become an MP2 member. Hope you can give us feedback.

      • What i know, MP2 is a voluntary program (another savings option for Pag-ibig 1 members), company employed ka man or voluntary (OFW) member, hindi required na may share ang employer mo. Kung kasambahay ka naman, depende nalang sa Amo/Bosing mo kung gusto nyang mag share (konsensiya nalang nila yun…hehehe). Hindi naman kailangan na malaki agad ang contribution, simulan sa pinaka minimum hanggang sa mag ka extra cash ka.

    • Sabe nga po ni Sir Rodel, MP2 is a voluntary savings program for the employees. Its to help the employees to save a portion of their income if they want. Unlike the regular compulsory na Pagibig MP1 contribution na may share ang employers which is minimal.

  5. Good day. I paid using Gcash. I entered PAGIBIG 1 number but my Biller name is PAGIBIG MP 2. Saan po kaya papasok ang hulog?

    • Pwede Padala Gal says

      Siguro as Pag-IBIG 1. Hindi din ako sigurado kasi hindi ko pa nasubukan ang Gcash. Let’s see if others can comment about it. And inform the Pag-IBIG if it didn’t end up on your MP2 account.

  6. Jovi Ignacio says

    Hi guys, I just have one scenario, for example hindi naman palagi may work. What if in the middle of 5 years nawalan ng trabaho tapos hindi makapag hulog ng ilang months sa MP2. What will happen to the savings? Medyo hesitant kasi ako baka mawala lang. Thanks.

    • Pwede Padala Gal says

      Ito ang sagot ng Pag-IBIG sa Facebook, Jovi: ” Hindi po nawawala ang savings (Pag-IBIG I at MP2) credited pa rin ito sa inyong pangalan kahit na mahinto po kayo sa paghuhulog.”

  7. Mekhonit Geronimo says

    Sa mga merong MP2 nag huhulog sa Pag ibig. Minsan eh tsek ninyo rin kong ilan na nahulog ninyo. Dahil iyong iba nag rereklamo at kulang. Iyon pala nilipat sa MP1 iyong ibang hulog.

  8. Goldie Ranario says

    Can I ask something I happened to skip two months in paying since I let my niece pay for me then hindi siya nagsabi na hindi pala niya nabayad. Will it affect anything sa contribution ko? Does it have consequences in skipping two months of payment?

    • Pwede Padala Gal says

      No. Make up for the lost by contributing more for the following months through a trusted person.

  9. I Join both Pag-ibig MP2 and SSS Flexi Fund and both you can pay in PayPilipinas and iremit. You can vary the savings amount and skip month also.

    But I like SSS Flexi Fund more due to anytime you can view it online. With Pag-ibig MP2 savings, you cannot view it online and when you send them email they reply so slow.

    For me Pag-ibig MP2 need patience. Hahahah

  10. Rodel Laud says

    Nakapag 1 year na ako ng hulog sa Pag-ibig 2 this June 2018. I requested SOA for both Pag-ibig 1 and 2 at the same time just this 1st week of August. Sa Pag-ibig 1, I received the SOA, pero sa Pag-ibig 2 hindi pa. Curious lang ako kung ipapakita nila ang dividend for 1 year (although sabi ni SoyCaridad) upon claim pa once na mag mature in 5 years time?

    Sa pag-ibig 1, nag start ako Yr 2013. Halos 5 yrs na rin at wala naman akong problema sa SOA. Naipakita naman ang dividends as of December 2016 (pang 3rd year palang). Ang online verification nga lang nila ng Pag-ibig 1 sa website is still under upgrade daw. Halos mag 1 year nang naka upgrade? tsk tsk tsk

    • UPDATE!!! I just received my MP2 SOA. They showed the dividend earned. Patience indeed is required.

      • Pwede Padala Gal says

        That’s great Rodel. Can you share a bit more information. Does the SOA shows the interest for the current year and how much is the gain against the total deposit?

      • At first they did not show the dividend. I emailed them why (we deserve to know – they need to be transparent), then they replied with dividend on my SOA. Again, i emailed them how they arrived to the dividend amount, they replied, with computation. It’s 8.11% per annum (Success!!!), My trust is back again with Pag-ibig (hehehe). But since i started only last July 2017 @10K/month (60K for 6months), the dividend they declared was until Dec2017 =P1.4K (i guess it is every end of the year). Ang wierd lang ng computation : Kinuha nila ang running balance for 6 months: 10K+20K+30K+40K+50K+60K=210K / 12months x 8.11%. Does this mean, compounding monthly and not yearly? (Please enlighten me guys). I tried to make my own computation for monthly compounding, the result is almost the same as their’s due to rounding off. 🙂

      • Pwede Padala Gal says

        Thanks Rodel for giving us detailed information. That’s definitely a sure way to gain 1.4k without any risk. Let’s just say if you didn’t contribute anything, will have the same earnings? Hope you can keep us updated with any development since a lot of Filipinos are interested about MP2. Do you also have PERA which is also a kind of investment through Philippine banks but for long-term goal? With you permission can I add the computation on the blog post and not only in the comment?

      • Yeah sure, It’s fine to post . For the benefit of our fellow. Will keep you updated. With regards to investment, i do have in mutual funds, equities, intended for long term goal. Retirement. My online broker is COL Financial.

      • Pwede Padala Gal says

        Thanks. My dad’s broker is also COL Financial while I use Questrade.

  11. SoyCaridad says

    Hi, nice blog and very informative for that matter. I just enrolled in this program. And I happened to know someone from Pag-ibig and I would like to answer the aforementioned questions regarding the dividend not reflecting in your requested statement. My friend told me that the dividend will automatically be system generated after 5 years when you claim your money. I repeat, this is based on my source that’s currently working in PAG-IBIG. Hope this helps. 😊

    • Pwede Padala Gal says

      Thanks for the information SoyCaridad. I hope they would still disclose the dividends for MP2 similar to Pag-IBIG membership. Five years of not knowing could dissuade the investor to keep in investing. I’m still waiting for the reply of Pag-IBIG staff on FB. Anyway, again, I appreciate that you take the time to share your experience to us. 🙂 Feel free to drop by anytime and chime in.

  12. Tanong lang po. Example naghulog ako agad ako ng 10k sa umpisa, pwede ko po ba yung hindi na dagdagan? Parang magiging 10k lang yung hulog sa loob ng 5 years or need po dagdagan every month? Thank you po.

    • Pwede Padala Gal says

      That’s fine ruirain16 pero mas maganda kung madagdagan mo din kung may sobra sa budget. Better yet iprioritize mo ang pagiipon para sa future.

  13. Hi, I just enrolled today. So I already have a form with me, and kailangan ko nalang ipasa sa HR. But my question is: is it possible na hindi ko siya ipasa sa HR (no auto deduction from my salary) and pay it on my own nalang so that I can decide how much yung gusto kong ihulog per month? Voluntary kumbaga. Not fixed amount.

    Or I can pass it through sa HR, magdededuct sila sa salary ko and on top of that, is it possible if I will pay on my own ADDITIONALY whenever I have extra money?

    Btw, just want to share also this great app MONEYGMENT. Been using it for few months already and MP2 payment is available in there. You may want to review it as well. It’s a great app specially for OFWs. Its an app for all government payment.

    • Pwede Padala Gal says

      I’m not sure Lala but I think you have to pay on your own for MP2. It’s easy to apply online or sa Pag-IBIG branch. Pwede kang magbayad sa mga bayad center kahit magkano at kahit kelan. I’ll have a look at Moneygment app. Were you able to use it to pay bills etc.? And thanks for the tip.

  14. Hi,

    Few clarifications lang po sana.

    1. I enrolled online today. I got the enrollment form with the MP2 account. Pwede na po ba ako maghulog agad sa MP2 account o kelangan ko pang ibigay sa Pag-ibig branch ang form before I can start my remittance.

    2. Separate remittance po ba ang contribution ng MP2 at Pag-IBIG 1?

    Thanks and God bless.

    Buen – OFW

    • Pwede Padala Gal says

      Pwede ka na magbayad agad Buen. Since I’m an OFW, I use PayPilipinas to pay online or ask your relatives to pay on your behalf in the Philippines through the Pag-IBIG branches. Magkahiwalay ang pag-remit sa MP2 at Pag-IBIG I.

  15. istoryahee says

    Can I ask po… after online registration, agad agad po bang ma-generate yung MP2 account number? Or is the number advised only via email a few minutes after? Mali kasi yung email address ko na naka-indicate sa Pag-Ibig at hindi ko yata sya ma-edit. Thanks po.

  16. Within that period, you can only withdraw the money in any of the following events:

    Total disability or insanity
    Job loss due to sickness
    Death… at first I’m interested to get mp2 then while I read this paragraph I feel bit disappointed so what if I want to withdraw my investment without meeting the following criteria above?

    • Pwede Padala Gal says

      MP2 is meant for long-term investment. Might as well try money market fund or put your money in a hight-interest savings account. Allocate what is for savings and investment.

  17. Jessieca Viaña says

    Question po. Posible po ba na pwede na ako mismo magparegister sa partner ko na nasa ibang bansa?

    • Pwede Padala Gal says

      Possible Jessieca. Kung nasa iyo lahat ng impormasyon na kakailanganin mo sa pagregister kasama na dyan ang pagbukas ng email niya.

  18. Hi po! Clarification lang kasi my MP2 po ako and kakastart ko lang last January ofw din po, kelangan po bang ipagpatuloy parin yung paghuhulog sa Pag-IBIG I o ok lang po na MP2 na lang? Salamat po sa pagsagot.

    • Pwede Padala Gal says

      You have to continue paying Pag-IBIG I Ysa since MP2 is optional. Pag may extra cash, pwedeng ihulog sa MP2 para maiwasang magastos sa emergency outing or YOLO activities. 🙂

  19. Good day. Thank you for your informative post. I already enrolled online for MP2 but I want to change the monthly contribution from 2000 to 3000. How can I do this? I already have the form but I haven’t started remitting yet. I plan to deduct it from my monthly salary. Also, how do I request for a copy of my Employee’s Statement of Accumulated Value (ESAV)? Thank you!

    • Pwede Padala Gal says

      For OFWs, we can pay any amount that we want. As for employees, you should ask the HR department. You can email Pag-IBIG to get a copy of your ESAV both as a regular member and MP2 member.

  20. Hi, pwede po ba magtanong kung pwede po bang yearly lang ang hulog sa MP2. For example mag remit ako this month ng 10k at next year naman ulit ang next remit ko ng 10k. Pwede po bang ganun ang hulog. Salamat po sa reply.

    • Pwede Padala Gal says

      Pareho tayo ng plano Mardz. Maliban sa MP2, patuloy din dapat ang paghuhulog mo sa Pag-IBIG kaya tama lang din na yearly kang maghulog o kaya naman kung kelan ka magkaroon ng extra fund for investment.

  21. Hi, I wonder how Pag-IBIG invests the MP2 funds to generate income just like a mutual fund that is managed by a fund manager…and how the investment is allocated among stocks, bonds, etc.

    • Pwede Padala Gal says

      That would be a great information to have if only it would be disclosed. I would like to treat it as a small portion of secured long-term investment in my portfolio so I don’t have to worry about technicalities and management.

  22. Very informative post. Ask ko lang po if the interest rate is compounded annually? Not sure if tama yung computation ko pero it seems off yung computation nila sa total amount na makukuha mo after 5 years. Do they apply the interest rate on the principal only or sa total value ng principal at interest rate compounded annually? Many thanks!

    • Pwede Padala Gal says

      That’s the same question I have Elmer. My Employee’s Statement of Accumulated Value (ESAV) for Modified Pag-IBIG II doesn’t show the dividends maybe because I started in December last year. I’ll update the post for any added information once I requested another ESAV.

  23. Lailah Bazar says

    Is it true that retirees can now enroll in MP2?

    • Pwede Padala Gal says

      You have to be a regular member of Pag-IBIG to also join the MP2 Program.

  24. May exit fees po ba ang MP2?

    • Pwede Padala Gal says

      I don’t think so pero hindi mo basta basta mawiwithdraw unless you meet certain conditions. The best thing to do is to save on MP2 the extra money for retirement and not as an emergency fund.

  25. Hi. Did you use rge GCash app or via *143 and choose the Gcash option?

  26. Kathleen says

    Pag nagregister online and successful naman. Pwede naba agad mag magbayad thru Gcash?

  27. boydreamer says

    I read some blog, and the best to pay your MP2 is via Pag ibig branch or Gcash. Discourage some people to pay online coz there are cases it will not reflect under your MP2 but to your normal Pagibig contribution.

    • Pwede Padala Gal says

      It may happen to some but not to all. I paid through PayPilipinas and it went well.

  28. I tried paying my MP2 thru Gcash, and verified if it went through by checking my payment history at PAG-IBIG Branch. It works! I noticed that the convenience fee of Php5.00 is being added to the total amount paid so basically, the fee is waived 🙂 Also, if you pay via Gcash for example on May 2nd, it will be posted on your account by May 31st. So you could basically pay for how many times within the same month and it will be posted altogether by the end of month.

    Note: Make sure you use your MP2 account number when paying thru Gcash so it’ll go to MP2 instead of the regular PAG-IBIG savings you already have.

  29. Pwede po gcash. Yun ginamit ko 🙂

  30. Hi,

    I also have an MP2 acount and have been paying through PayPilipinas. A few months ago, I requested statements for both my Pag-Ibig and MP2 accounts and they sent me the statements. However, I noticed that the dividends for both accounts are the same when they (Pag-ibig) say that MP2 is supposed to have a higher dividend rate that Pag-Ibig I. I sent an email asking about this issue but alas, I have not receive any reply from them.

    Is it the same for you? Or do you have any idea about this issue? TIA.

    • Pwede Padala Gal says

      Hi Yumi. I too requested for Employee’s Statement of Accumulated Value both for Pag-IBIG and MP2. My MP2 doesn’t have a dividend. Not sure why but probably because I contributed in December. I’ll see if I will gain dividends for this year. As for Pag-IBIG, it isn’t clear how much is the rate. It would be easier if the statement shows the summary of contributions, rate, and dividend for EACH year. I hope you’ll get a reasonable response, and do share it with us. Thanks.

  31. Hi,

    Thank you for your very informative post. I do have a question though. I’m an OFW here in Dubai and was able to do the online enrollment. Then, I had spoken to a chat support from Pag-Ibig and they advised me that as of the moment they only accept payments thru G Cash and over the counter. So I’m kind of confused now. Pwede po ba ako mag remit sa mga participating partners ng Pag IBIG using my MP2 account number? Kailangan pa po ba i print ang form at i submit sa branch bago mag remit?

    • Pwede Padala Gal says

      Hi Chris. I don’t think you can remit to your MP2 account and I haven’t tried paying through G Cash. Through PayPilipinas, I paid online once. For succeeding payment, I will probably ask a relative to pay on my behalf by transferring funds from my PNB Savings account which I opened in Canada.

      • Hello po san kapo sa Canada? Balak ko din mag enroll nito san po ba link para makapag online enrollment? May PNB po ba dito sa Edmonton?

      • Pwede Padala Gal says

        Nasa post yung link for MP2 and PNB enrollment. Walang office ang PNB sa Edmonton pero pwede kang tumawag (toll-free number) sa main office nila kagaya ng ginawa ko. Binigay nila yung representative nila sa Calgary although wala pa silang office dito.

  32. Curious ako dun sa mga naka withdraw ng mga savings nila. Pati na din sa kung okay yung pagkuha nila ng dividend per year.

    • Pwede Padala Gal says

      The dividend will be added to the contribution of the member. After 5 years, the member can withdraw the contribution plus the dividends.

  33. Xyrus C. Rodriguez says

    Good day.
    Is it possible to withdraw the money I had invested on the MP2 program even if it has not covered the 5 year maturity period. For example, I invested last 2015 and I want to withdraw it this year due to emergency reasons? If yes, is it possible to withdraw a portion of it, which means around 25% to 50% of the total amount I invested?

  34. Cha Guadalquiver Cambe says

    Why MP2 and not Flexi-Fund or PESO Fund of SSS?

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