Bayad trains 2,400 QC residents as agents

Residents of Quezon City, together with Mayor Joy Belmonte (center), and representatives of Meralco and Bayad during the QC Pangkabuhayan training on the Bayad Asenso app. | PHOTOGRAPH COURTESY OF MERALCO

Bayad, the pioneer brand in the outsourced payment collection system in the Philippines, together with its parent institution MERALCO, have supported the Quezon City government’s flagship livelihood training program “QC Pangkabuhayan” by training more than 2,400 residents to be micro entrepreneurs.

The three-year-old program trained the residents on serving as Bayad agents at the Serbisyong Bayan, Batasan Hills, Quezon City and at the Quezon City Municipal Hall last 23 to 25 January.

Bayad introduced participants to the Bayad Asenso, an easy-to-use bills payment and loading business mobile application, so they can serve as bills payment collecting agents in their communities and earn additional income.

Owners of sari-sari stores, eateries, bakeries, laundry shops, water refilling stations, and other small establishments may register as Bayad agents in their neighborhood and provide accessible and convenient bills payment service.

To apply as Bayad Agent, simply download the Bayad App, register and upgrade to have access to the “Business” section and from there follow the simple registration process.

The Bayad App is available in the Google Play Store, App Store, and the Huawei App Gallery.

For private or government institutions that are interested to onboard a group of Bayad Agents, you may send an email to [email protected] or call 09989652330.

Bayad provides end-to-end support services for efficient payment and collection processing.