- Non-working spouse
you can receive your SSS sickness, maternity and Employees' Compensation benefit through your existing or new ATM account with any of the following banks:
- Asia United Bank (AUB)
- Bank of Commerce (BCommerce)
- China Banking Corp. (ChinaBank)
- CityState Savings Bank Inc.
- Country Builders Bank Inc.
- CTBC Bank Corp.
- Development Bank of the Philippines (DBP)
- East West Bank
- First Consolidated Bank
- Innovative Bank
- Land Bank of the Philippines (Landbank)
- Merchant Savings Bank
- One Network Bank (ONB)
- Phil Bank of Communications (PBCom)
- Philippine Business Bank
- Philippine Savings Bank (PSBank)
- Philippine National Bank (PNB)
- PNB Savings Bank
- Philippine Veterans Bank (Veterans Bank)
- Postbank Savings Bank
- Rizal Commercial Banking Corp. (RCBC)
- Security Bank (SB)
- Standard Chartered Bank
- Union Bank of the Philippines (UnionBank)
- United Coconut Planters Bank (UCPB)
- Century Savings Bank
- Guagua Rural Bank
- Philippine Trust Company (Philtrust)
The partnership is called the SMEC-PB Program, which stands for Sickness, Maternity and Employees' Compensation Payment thru the Bank.
How Will SSS Know My Bank Account?
You will write your bank account's details in your SSS benefit application form.
Here's the portion of the SSS Maternity Benefit Application form where you will write your account's details:
- You will write these details:
- Bank Name and Branch
- Bank Branch Address
- Zip Code of Bank Branch
- Bank Account Name
- Bank Account Number
- Check if Savings/Current Account, UMID ATM Account or Cash Card
- If Cash Card, write Validity date
SSS wants to make sure you are writing the correct bank account details, so bring with you:
- Recent Deposit Slip with your name and account number (original and xerox copy)
- Actual ATM card
- Photocopy of your ATM card (front and back)
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