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BRIA Homes offers online payments


With the entire Luzon under enhanced community quarantine due to the rapid spike in coronavirus cases in the country, more stringent rules are now being imposed on the public to help contain the spread of the disease. Among these are the suspension of all manner of public transportation and the strict implementation of home quarantine, both of which restrict mobility.

Ever vigilant of the well-being of Filipinos, foremost property developer BRIA Homes now urges its homeowners to utilize various online channels for remitting their monthly payments. Online/OTC banking options include Union Bank, Metrobank, BDO, Security Bank, RCBC, PNC, and AllBank (under bills payment).

For online banking accounts, residents can simply indicate BRIA Homes, Inc. as the biller name, and their reference number as the bill number.

BRIA residents may also use GCash (under ePrime biller), a safe and secure mobile wallet for easy electronic transactions.

If they are so inclined, homeowners may still go to any of the following payment centers: Sinag Pawnshop, WalterMart, 7Eleven, LBC, Cebuana Lhuillier, Pinoy Pera Padala, CVM, PeraHub, ExpressPay, True Money, Raquel Pawnshop, Netopia, Bayad Center, TouchPay, Palawan Pawnshop, ECPay, Villarica Pawnshop, PhlPost, The Landmark, USSC, and Robinsons Department Store.

In compliance with strict quarantine protocol, homeowners are also urged to practice proper social distancing. Thus, only residents of BRIA Homes are allowed entry into its gated communities, with guarded entrances and exits and 24/7 CCTV coverage ensuring implementation of this regulation.


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