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The SSS website has started implementing the three-phase online registration procedures for employers beginning 22 July 2011 to ensure the accuracy and validity of the information pertaining to the ...

The SSS website has started implementing the three-phase online registration procedures for employers beginning 22 July 2011 to ensure the accuracy and validity of the information pertaining to the employer and its authorized signatory, including their respective e-mail addresses.

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    •    New online registration procedures for employers in the SSS website The SSS website has started implementing the three-phase online registration procedures for employers beginning 22 July 2011 to ensure the accuracy and validity of the information pertaining to the employer and its authorized signatory, including their respective e-mail addresses. This aims to minimize, if not eliminate, incidents of failed registration and/or non-receipt of e-mail from the SSS Web on registration outcome. Phase 1 requires the employer to provide the following information: employer ID and branch code, date of coverage, address, postal code, company e-mail address, and preferred user ID. Upon submission of the supplied information, the same will be checked with the employer’s SSS records. If correct, the system will display the message that an e-mail has been sent to the company e-mail address. The said e- mail will advise the employer to click on the given link to proceed to the next phase (Phase 2) of the registration. In case, however, that the information supplied is different from SSS records, appropriate error message/s will be displayed on-screen to inform and guide the employer registrant. Phase 2, on the other hand, asks the employer to provide the following information on the employer’s authorized signatory: SS number, first name, middle name, last name, and e-mail address. Upon submission of the information, the SSS Web will electronically send the employer registration information to the employer’s servicing branch for confirmation of the authorized signatory. Phase 3 of the registration requires the SSS servicing branch to confirm/approve the employer authorized signatory by verifying if the said signatory appears in the company’s Specimen Signature Card (SS Form L-501) on file with the branch. 1    
    • The employer’s registration will be successful once the SSS servicing branch confirms/approves the employer authorized signatory. An email will be sent to the company e-mail address containing the company user ID and password. If the authorized signatory is not confirmed / approved by the servicing branch, the e-mail will inform the employer of the unsuccessful registration and of the rejection reason. Employers with failed registration may seek the help of the nearest SSS branch office or call (632) 9206446-55 or e-mail member_assistance@sss.gov.ph for assistance. For employer web registrants prior to 22 July 2011 who were not yet able to secure their passwords as of this time, the same will have to be picked up by the authorized employer representative at their SSS servicing branch.     2