How to get Pag-IBIG Contribution Printout (Makati II Branch and others)

Being employed in the Philippines requires that we contribute to Home Development and Mutual Fund (HDMF) / Pag-IBIG Fund. If you are about to be employed and had been previously employed with another company, your new employer might require you to submit Pag-IBIG Contribution Printout as one of their pre-employment requirements. As of this time, you won’t be able to check your Pag-IBIG contributions online (unless you’re an OFW who is contributing to Pag-IBIG Fund) but what you should to for your Pag-IBIG Contribution Printout is go to the Pag-IBIG branch where your records and contributions are being kept.  Now, the next question is how do we know which Pag-IBIG branch is keeping our contributions? Follow my steps.

How to get Pag-IBIG Contribution Printout

  • Verify the branch location where your current employer is sending your contributions. You have 2 options:

    1. Ask your HR for the Pag-IBIG branch location, or
    2. Ask a Pag-IBIG Member Relations Officer via online chat for your “contributions details” which should include your branch location How to inquire about basic contribution details via Pag-IBIG Fund Chat:
      Go to Pag-IBIG Fund online chat. The first page should look like this: "Pag-IBIG Fund Chat"

      1. Enter your name, email, and contact number
      2. Once inside the actual chat page, type CONTRI and press Enter key. The chat page should look like this: Pag-IBIG Fund Chat
      3. The Pag-IBIG chat system will automatically ask for the a few details. Simply type your response and press Enter key for each question, just like when you’re chatting with a person 🙂 These are the required Pag-IBIG details from you: Full Name (including Middle Name), birth date, previous employer, current employer, and Pag-IBIG Number.
      4. Once you provided the necessary details, a member relations officer will be there. He/she will provide to you the basic details of your Pag-IBIG Fund contributions, like this:

        Member Relations Officer (10:21 AM): Thank you for patiently waiting. Kindly refer below for the details of your contributions:

        22 Monthly Savings from 201504 – 201613
        MAKATI II Branch

        21 Monthly Savings from 201307 – 201503
        MAKATI II Branch

        Member Relations Officer (10:24 AM): Do you have further questions or concerns Ma’am?

      5. Now you know the Pag-IBIG branch where you need to get your Pag-IBIG Contribution Printout, which is “MAKATI II Branch” in our example above. If you’re not sure about its exact address, simply ask the Pag-IBIG member relations officer for it.
      6. Don’t forget to thank the Pag-IBIG member relations officer for assisting you! 🙂

  • Go to your branch to request a Pag-IBIG Contribution Printout

    Now that you are sure of which Pag-IBIG branch is receiving your contributions, go ahead and visit that branch to request a Pag-IBIG Contribution Printout. If like mine, your Pag-IBIG Fund remittance is in Makati II branch, go to Justine Bldg. along Gil Puyat (Buendia) Avenue. Go to the Information Center at the ground floor to get a printed queue number. Wait for your number’s turn on the screen. You will be served at one of the following counter numbers: 4, 5, 6, or 7.

Other notes

Pag-IBIG Contribution Printout is also known as “Employee Statement of Accumulated Value” or ESAV. This printout shows the member name, Pag-IBIG ID number, TIN, employer ID, employer name, employer address, membership type, number of contributions, currency, employee contribution, employer contribution, “dividends”, and of course, the total accumulated value.


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