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NSO birth certificate delivery: Empowering every Filipino

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Teleserv’s NSO Birth Certificate Delivery Service has expanded its payment facilities with the opening of an online channel that accepts credit card payments for NSO certificate requests. After calling the NSO Helpline (02) 737-1111 or chatting online at www.birthcertificates.com.ph, people can now opt to pay using their credit cards through the online payment facility found on the same website. Secure and safe, the online payment channel is fully compliant with PCI-DSS certifications.

Posted: March 21st, 2012 in Featured Gallery,Latest Technology Stories | Read More »

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