Monday, January 17, 2011

LBC Over-the-Counter Payments Accepted

Dragonpay now accepts over-the-counter payment from over 800 LBC branches nationwide. LBC's reach and longer operating hours will make it even more convenient for Internet shoppers to purchase goods or services online, and pay off-line. Most branches open from 8am to 6pm, with about 65% of these branches also open on Sundays and holidays. About a third of LBC branches are located in the National Capital Region (NCR); another third in the rest of Luzon; while another third in Visayas and Mindanao.

To use the service, just choose LBC among the payment options. An email will be sent to the address you specified. Just print that email and present it to an LBC outlet. Dragonpay will only accept CASH payments via LBC. So please don't pay with checks.

Please note the following:
  1. LBC requires that the minimum payment be PHP 200.00.
  2. LBC branches inside SM Malls cannot accept bills payments
  3. Payments made over LBC will not reflect in real-time. Posting of payments happen the following day (usually before noontime). The merchant will be automatically notified once payment has been posted.

Monday, January 10, 2011

China Bank Announces Mobile E-banking Service

Philippines-based financial services provider China Banking Corporation (China Bank) has launched China Bank Online for Mobile, the new mobile-optimized version of its internet banking service.

China Bank’s mobile portal,, is accessible via internet-enabled phones and mobile devices such as the iPad and the iPod Touch. Utilizing wi-fi and 3G technology, China Bank Online for Mobile allows China Bank customers to carry out balance inquiries, fund transfers and bill payments via mobile phones and devices.

China Bank Online for Mobile is available to China Bank customers enrolled in China Bank Online.