Saturday, October 13, 2012

SSS Salary Loan Application Requirements



Once your qualified for SSS salary loan you need to submit this documents requirements for you to avail the said salary loan. You may fill and complete the requirements needed such as Application form, valid ID’s etc.  on filing SSS Loan.
SSS Salary Loan Documents

Documents and Papers needed for filing Salary Loan:
An employed member shall submitan accomplished SSS Form ISL-101 (Member Loan Application Revised March 2004) and present the digitized SSS ID cards or E-6 acknowledgement stub with 2 (2) IDs listed below one of which with recent photo and date of birth.

A self-employed, voluntary member, overseas worker, non-working spouse, farmer or fisherfolk and house hold-helper shall submit an accomplished SSS Form ISL-101 and present the digitized ID card or E-6 acknowledgement stub with any two (2) of the following valid IDs,one of which with recent photo and date of birth.
  • Unexpired Driver’s License
  • Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) ID Card
  • Passport
  • Postal ID
  • School or Company ID
  • Tax Identification Number Card (TIN)
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5 comments:

  1. Anonymous2/18/2014

    I'd like to share my experience as a VOLUNTARY MEMBER. I filed my salary loan application online on the morning of February 10, 2014. By lunchtime, my application had already been certified and approved. Come afternoon, it was ready for encoding. At last, come night time, the loan status showed "CHECK GENERATED. I received the check today, February 18, 2014. The mail had a post date of February 14, 2014. I am deeply appreciative of the quick time for them to process my loan. Kudos to the people/department for their quick action. Just hope everyone has the same experience.

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    1. Anonymous8/11/2014

      GOOD FOR YOU SIR

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  2. Anonymous6/12/2014

    what if wala akong drivers license?

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  3. Anonymous8/03/2014

    s ofw na gusto mag loan papano?

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  4. Anonymous9/24/2014

    Pano po mgloan? Ng salary deduction?

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