Balik Buwis Tombola Promo – Pay your BIR taxes via PayMaya Get a great chance to win 1.5 million php prizes

Tax season has arrived. While most of us hope to see a visible return of the taxes we pay to government, this is all wishful thinking, especially with the current government. However, there is always the private sector that will make your efforts worthwhile with the PayMaya Balik Buwis raffle promotion.

They are offering more than $ 1.5 million in prizes as part of its Balik Buwis raffle promotion to encourage Filipinos to use digital payments when dealing with the Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) and other government agencies. It’s a better option than standing in line at banks and exposing yourself to the terrible Covid-19.

In addition to the chance to win prizes when you transact with Paymaya, you can also get cash rewards.

How does the Balik Buwis raffle promotion work?

Customers who pay their individual BIR taxes through the bill payment function of the PayMaya app until May 31, 2021 can have the chance to be one of 15 winners of the 100,000P Balik Buwis raffle promotion each. Each tax payment with a value of P 1,000 is equivalent to one entry in the raffle.

“We have enabled more than 60 government agencies and local communities (LGUs) to accept digital payments so Filipinos can easily and securely conduct cashless transactions with the government. To encourage more Filipinos to use digital payments, we are happy to offer these incentives to make their experience not only more convenient and secure, but also more rewarding, ”said Chairman of PayMaya Shailesh Baidwan.

In addition to having the chance to win in the Balik Buwis promotion, new users can get a P100 Balik Bayad reward when they register for a PayMaya account using the code PAYMAYAGOV and pay with their PayMaya mobile number for the first time on PayMaya partner government apps or websites including Social Security System (SSS), Professional Regulatory Commission (PRC), Pag-IBIG, Ministry of Trade and Industry (DTI) , the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA), the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA), National Home Mortgage Finance Corporation (NHMFC), Construction Industry Authority of the Philippines (CIAP), Intellectual Property Office of the Philippines (IPOPHL), Land Transportation Office (LTO), City Government of Parañaque, City Government of Davao, Ormoc City Treasurer’s Office, Barangay Fort Bonifacio, Administration Intramuros, Local Government of Valenzuela and JuanTax.

To use the PayMaya app as a payment channel and get the Balik bayad reward, a minimum transaction amount of 1500 P is required to qualify.

With all of these benefits, paying government fees with PayMaya is the most rewarding, convenient, and secure option than cash or other e-wallets. Honestly, I don’t see any option other than digital or electronic wallets going forward. Since the digital money pandemic is all I do, in fact, it’s been so long since I forgot my real ATM zip code!

Simply download the PayMaya app from and create an account to find out what it’s like to go cashless with the fastest, safest, and most rewarding way to pay for anything online and in-store.

PayMaya is the only end-to-end digital payments ecosystem enabler in the Philippines with platforms and services that reach consumers, merchants, communities and government. Through its corporate activities, it is the largest digital payments processor for key industries in the country, including ‘everyday’ merchants such as the largest retail, food, gas and e-commerce merchants. , as well as government agencies and units.

Thanks to its application and its portfolio, PayMaya enables more than 28 million Filipinos to access financial services. Customers can easily pay, add money, cash out or make transfers through its more than 200,000 digital contact points nationwide. Its Smart Padala by PayMaya network of more than 33,000 agent contact points across the country serves as last mile digital financial hubs in communities, providing unbanked and underserved people with access to digital services. To learn more about PayMaya’s products and services, visit or follow @PayMayaOfficial on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

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