Recent innovations have finally made it possible for Filipinos to secure an appointment online for their police clearance application.
Along with choosing your preferred schedule and police station, you can now also pay the police clearance fee at the comfort of your own home.
Online payment is made possible by the LandBank of the Philippines ePayment portal. You can either pay using your LandBank account or any bank account under Bancnet.
But what if you don’t have any bank account?
Thankfully, you can still pay the police clearance fee through 7-Eleven, the popular convenience store that offers people an easy way to pay the fee directly to the cashier, provided that you obtain a bar code in advance using the CLiQQ mobile app.
Learn how to pay your police clearance fee via 7-Eleven with this step-by-step guide.
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If you don’t have any bank account, paying the police clearance fee is still possible through 7-Eleven which offers applicants a convenient way to make payment directly to the cashier so long as you have the pre-generated bar code from the CLiQQ mobile app. Let me show you how.
- Log in to your NPCS account with your registered email address and password.
Assuming that you already registered and created an online appointment, simply go to this page to log in. Otherwise, return to this guide and follow steps 1 to 8 to create an account and choose your preferred appointment schedule and venue.
- Go to Transaction History.
Since you’re already in the payment stage, all you need to do is click on “Transaction History” on the main menu to pick up where you left off.
- Select “Click here to pay”.
Before we proceed, there are two things I want to clarify.
First, the blinking reminder that says “Over the counter is not allowed” refers to the fact that you can’t make the payment at the police station on the day of your appointment. You can still pay over the counter through 7-Eleven (more on this later).
Lastly, the reference number displayed on this page is ONLY needed if you’re going to pay online via LandBank. The reference number that you’ll need for the 7-Eleven payment is different and you’ll get it later on as you proceed with the transaction.
However, you must still save or keep the reference number showing at this point because the police station will ask it from you on the day of your appointment for verification purposes.
- Choose “Cash Payment” as your payment option.
Upon landing on the LandBank of the Philippines ePayment portal, you’ll be asked to select your preferred payment gateway option from the drop-down list provided.
Select “Cash Payment” and then click “Submit”.
- Review the Transaction Details.
This is your opportunity to double-check if all the details of your appointment are correct. The total amount that will be charged from you will also be displayed. It includes the convenience fee of Php 30 on top of the police clearance fee of Php 150 for a total of Php 180.
Tick the box below to certify that you’ve read and agreed to the Terms and Conditions. Click “Submit”.
- Select 7-Eleven as your preferred payment channel.
From the LandBank portal, you’ll be directed to the MyEG Philippines payment gateway where you’ll be asked to choose your preferred payment method from three choices: ECPay, Bayad Express, or 7-Eleven.
Select 7-Eleven, taking note of the exact date and time when the payment is due (Make sure to make the payment at 7-Eleven before this date, otherwise the transaction will be invalid).
Review the “Payment Details” and click “Proceed”
- Copy and save your payment reference number.
The “Payment Result” page will be displayed showing a summary of your transaction, including the reference number which you’ll need in order to make the payment at 7-Eleven.
This reference number contains 10 alphanumeric characters and is completely different from the reference number that appeared in step 3. Whereas the former is required for the 7-Eleven payment, the latter will be presented to the police station on the day of your appointment for verification purposes.
Keep a copy or take a screenshot of the payment reference number.
- Install the CLiQQ mobile app on your phone.
7-Eleven convenience stores have CLiQQ kiosks where you can personally pay your bills. However, last time I checked, the Bills Payment feature is only available for the payment of fees for NBI clearance and PRC transactions.
So instead of going straight to 7-Eleven, download the CLiQQ mobile app first to generate the bar code needed for the police clearance fee payment.
- Open the CLiQQ app and create an account.
To register, simply enter your mobile number and click “Continue with mobile”. You can also register using your Facebook or Google account.
If you choose to register using your mobile number, you’ll receive a 4-digit verification code via SMS. Enter the verification code in the boxes provided.
Check the box to agree to the Terms and Conditions and to complete the registration.
- Select Pay Bills.
Since you’ll only be using the CLiQQ app to pay the police clearance fee, click on “Pay Bills”. Wait for the app to update its list of billers before proceeding to the next step.
- Select “Government” from the list of billers.
The police clearance is issued by the Philippine National Police which is apparently part of the local government.
- Select MYEGPH from the list of options.
Since you secured the 7-Eleven payment reference number through the MyEG Philippines payment gateway, you should also select the same name to proceed with this transaction.
- Enter your payment reference number, mobile number, and total amount.
Again, the payment reference number is the 10 alphanumeric characters you obtained in step 7. The total amount, on the other hand, is Php 180 (police clearance fee + convenience fee).
Click “Confirm” to complete the transaction.
- Proceed to the nearest 7-Eleven convenience store to make the payment.
To make the payment, open your CLiQQ app, go to “Manage Transactions”, and select the “Bills Payment” tab. Click the pending transaction you created previously to show the bar code needed for the police clearance payment.
Present this bar code (see the screenshot below) to the cashier and pay the amount due.
After the payment is complete, don’t forget to keep the receipt issued by 7-Eleven as proof of payment.
On the day of your appointment, you will need to present this receipt together with 2 valid IDs, the email address you used to make the online appointment, and the reference number as shown in step 3 above.
That’s it! Now you know how to pay the police clearance via 7-Eleven.
Go back to the main article: How to Get Police Clearance Online in the Philippines: An Ultimate Guide