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What is PayRemit?

PayRemit is a payment gateway which allows online merchants to accept payments from OFWs who do not have credit cards. OFWs simply transact online, then go to selected remittance counters to pay.



Is it safe to use PayRemit?

PayRemit uses Secure Socket Layer (SSL) technology that encrypts data from your browser when you submit any information to our server. We do not store your online banking id and password.



Shopping Experience

1. Customer places an order on merchant's website.

2. Customer selects PayRemit OTC as a Payment option.

3. PayRemit sends email instructions with unique PayRemit reservation number to customer

4. Customer goes to PayRemit Agent to pay.

5. Merchant is updated that customer's cart is paid.

6. Customer gets receipt from PayRemit agent and via email.



How and when will I receive the item I purchased?

Please contact the merchant directly. PayRemit is a 3rd party payment gateway. We are not in charge of the delivery/shipment of items purchased.






Who is Ventaja?
  • Ventaja International Corporation belongs to a group of companies established in 1997 by Vincent D. Grey.
  • Ventaja’s mission is to empower migrant workers thru technology, and uplift their lives.
  • Ventaja is a technology company with a remittance license from the BSP. Ventaja's websites and payment platforms bridge the gap between Filipino consumers – particularly those who reside overseas – and the institutions that serve them.


Brief History

Established in 1997, the Ventaja Group started with Advantage Products Corp., a distributor of prepaid phone cards. The Ventaja Group evolved into an IT-based enterprise as the industry shifted to electronic delivery of telecom products.

In 2004, a pioneer in the industry, Ventaja began selling eLoad overseas. The company then expanded its services to collecting SSS contributions and loan payments from OFWs in 2007—another first. In 2009 and 2011, Ventaja started accepting payments for Pag-IBIG and Philhealth, respectively.

In 2013, the Ventaja Group launched PayPilipinas, a portal where OFWs can pay government loans and contributions with a credit card. In 2015, Ventaja launched PayRemit and started collecting for various e-commerce sites such as BMonline (POEA) and Goldilock’s.


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