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tonny

Yes got a paid receipt  for the two years 2018 and 2019 for a total of 4,800 P  Good Luck

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hyaku

I went to the office to pay and they sent me away again as I already have a lifetime members MDR.

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lamoe

Renewed for 3 years / 9 months years

P10,800 

2,700 til Dec 31(should have been  prorated but was not going to try to explain for 675 P)

8,100 till Jan 1 2023 (2,700 / year)

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to_dave007
1 hour ago, lamoe said:

Renewed for 3 years / 9 months years

P10,800 

2,700 til Dec 31(should have been  prorated but was not going to try to explain for 675 P)

8,100 till Jan 1 2023 (2,700 / year)

I don't get it.. so what's all this about 17,000 peso/year cost for foreigners?

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lamoe
37 minutes ago, to_dave007 said:

I don't get it.. so what's all this about 17,000 peso/year cost for foreigners?

Same as LTO / BNI offices - location?

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mikewright
3 hours ago, lamoe said:

Renewed for 3 years / 9 months years

P10,800 

2,700 til Dec 31(should have been  prorated but was not going to try to explain for 675 P)

8,100 till Jan 1 2023 (2,700 / year)

If it sounds too good to be true, it usually is.

A year's health cover for a foreigner of a certain age for less than USD $65 per annum?

Sounds like extreme left-wing socialists have taken over PhilHealth 😁.

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to_dave007
32 minutes ago, lamoe said:

Same as LTO / BNI offices - location?

I'm sure that your answer has some connection to my question..  but I don't see it.

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lamoe
9 minutes ago, mikewright said:

If it sounds too good to be true, it usually isn't.

A year's health cover for a foreigner of a certain age for less than USD $65 per annum?

Sounds like extreme left-wing socialists have taken over PhilHealth 😁.

Remember you get what your pay for -  :db:

So far mine have been rather routine (dehydration, heat exhaustion and intestinal parasite - oh my)

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lamoe
2 minutes ago, to_dave007 said:

I'm sure that your answer has some connection to my question..  but I don't see it.

LTO 7 was great under the female manager (one who said two 6 month visas = 1 year for getting driver's license - then  a b!tch trying get vehicle test paperwork under male replacement - "go where multicab registered now get out"

Mactan - not registered there - in / out 15 min

Same

BNI J mall vs Mactan for extensions

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mikewright
Just now, lamoe said:

Remember you get what your pay for -  :db:

So far mine have been rather routine (dehydration, heat exhaustion and intestinal parasite - oh my)

That's great, if PhilHealth continued to pay.

My concern would be if I had a major issue, and PhilHealth decided I wasn't covered because I was a foreigner and had only paid local rates. Sorry Sir, not covered.

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to_dave007
2 minutes ago, lamoe said:

LTO 7 was great under the female manager (one who said two 6 month visas = 1 year for getting driver's license - then  a b!tch trying get vehicle test paperwork under male replacement - "go where multicab registered now get out"

Mactan - not registered there - in / out 15 min

Same

BNI J mall vs Mactan for extensions

still don't see the connection to PhilHealth.

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lamoe
25 minutes ago, to_dave007 said:

still don't see the connection to PhilHealth.

Try a different office

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26 minutes ago, mikewright said:

That's great, if PhilHealth continued to pay.

My concern would be if I had a major issue, and PhilHealth decided I wasn't covered because I was a foreigner and had only paid local rates. Sorry Sir, not covered.

True - asked about that - clerk took existing verification to manager  - a few minutes later "you're an existing member" - here's the rate

Of course open to local interpretation?

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mikewright
16 minutes ago, lamoe said:

True - asked about that - clerk took existing verification to manager  - a few minutes later "you're an existing member" - here's the rate

Of course open to local interpretation?

Sounds good, but would double check by email with PhilHealth so you have it in writing.

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Jawny

https://www.philhealth.gov.ph/circulars/2017/circ2017-0003.pdf
 

According to the Philhealth circular, premiums are ₽17,000 per year for foreigners (less if using SRRV). 

https://www.philhealth.gov.ph/circulars/2017/circ2017-0003.pdf
 

According to the Philhealth circular, premiums are ₽17,000 per year for foreigners (less if using SRRV). 

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mikewright
22 minutes ago, Jawny said:

 

22 minutes ago, Jawny said:

According to the Philhealth circular, premiums are ₽17,000 per year for foreigners (less if using SRRV). 

That's what I saw. The discount if SRRV seemed to reduce cost to 15,000 pesos 

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