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Pag-Ibig Fund Mandaue branch transfers back to Ayala



THE Pag-Ibig Fund Mandaue branch has moved back to W.T. Tower at the Cebu Business Park in Cebu City.

The Mandaue branch used to hold office on A.S. Fortuna Street for easy access of clients from the north.

During the general assembly of the Association of Government Information Officers in Central Visayas, Dale Mark Antonio, Pag-Ibig Mandaue information officer, announced that the office needs to transfer to its old location because the contract of lease of the building in Mandaue City has already expired and the cost of rentals is getting expensive.

Pag-Ibig Mandaue branch will occupy the third and fourth floors of the building starting Oct. 3.

To facilitate the transfer, the Mandaue branch will be closed on Sept. 29 and 30.

However, some personnel will be left to receive payments from its clients.

In its notice of transfer, the Pag-Ibig Fund Mandaue branch is now called Home Development Mutual Fund (HDMF) – Cebu North branch, servicing clients from Mandaue City, Lapu-Lapu City and other areas in northern Cebu.

On the other hand, the Pag-Ibig Cebu south branch is also at the W.T. Tower building serving clients from the southern areas of Cebu including Cebu City.

For further inquiries, clients may contact 422-3621 for PBD, 422-3620 for M & E, 422-3607 for HLD or office of the department manager at 422-3608.


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