Are you planning to file for a SSS Benefit? Or you want to avail of the SSS Salary or Calamity loan? You must enroll your SSS disbursement account or e-wallet to My.SSS portal correctly so that the proceeds of your benefits or loans will be credited to your registered account without any problems or delays.
If you are a UMID-ATM cardholder, there is no need for online enrollment. SSS will automatically deposit the funds from your benefits or loan into your UMID-ATM card.
How to enroll your SSS disbursement account?
The SSS disbursement account enrollment is done in six easy steps:
- Open your My.SSS account here;
- Click the E-Services > Disbursement Account Enrollment Module (DAEM);
- Read the reminders on account enrollment and tick the box to signify that you understood the provisions > Proceed;
- Select an enrollment option (either Bank or E-wallet) and fill up the required fields correctly. (Tip: Uploaded supporting documents must contain your account name, account number, and bank name, including e-wallets such as Gcash);
- Tick the box to express your agreement to the Data Collection and Usage clause > Enroll disbursement account; (Tip: Double-checked the encoded information before clicking “Enroll Disbursement Account.” to avoid delays in crediting your benefit or loan proceeds);
- Check your email for an acknowledgment letter from SSS and another letter informing you of the approval or disapproval of your enrollment request.
- The enrolled bank account and mobile number are valid and active to avoid payment delays;
- In case of incorrect disbursement account details, re-crediting your benefit or loan proceeds may take up to 30 days upon correction of the account details.
- SSS will only credit the loan proceeds to the member’s enrolled PESONet-participating bank account.
I encourage members to familiarize themselves with the DAEM and other SSS online services. Members have better access to the online services. Thus, making their transactions faster, especially when applying for SSS benefits and loans.
After all, that is really what the institution would like to achieve when they shifted to online services through their slogan, ExpreSSS – “mas pinadali,” “mas pinasimple,” and “mas pinabilis” for all stakeholders.
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These are really clear, easy to follow instructions. Thanks so much for sharing. Handy if I need it x
It's really nice being able to enroll our disbursement account online because it saves us the hassle of going to their office. Thank you for this tutorial!
Unfortunately I am from Tanzania where our systems are definitely not there yet. I cannot wait for the day that you can automate and such online services
Great tutorial mate. Really well put together
This is very useful information for people who need this service. It is very detailed with steps on how to apply. Thank you for sharing!
Easy steps to follow and simple tutorial. Thank you for sharing! Will pass it to some friends.
Very informative! Thank you for sharing!
It is so convenient and easy when the process is automated. Cant wait to see that your social security system will go online soon.
Thanks for sharing, we have this taken cared of for years now. Great info for those who haven't 🙂
I need to learn more about DAEM and other online services. Thanks for sharing this, you have my support always
It’s not easy to find a good tutorial and step by step guide to many things. You did a great one, it covers everything!
I imagine how hard it is to find a useful guide that covers everything! I am sure many people are grateful
I have never heard of this, but I can see how useful and helpful it would be for others. They way you explain everything is fantastic.
What a supportive post with pictures to help make it easy to apply for SSS. People will be really thankful of this!
Wow! This is helpful. I did not realize that it's so easy to get your loan proceeds now from SSS. It's nice that they now have a way to deposit it to your account directly. Thank you for sharing this.
This sounds like something that's of major help – if you live in the area. I'm from Europe, so….still, always interesting to read how things are in other regions.