In this article, we’ll tackle the most popular method of paying for one’s BillEase loan – through 7-Eleven stores. Read on to find out how!
So you managed to get your first ever BillEase Installment Plan for your Lazada purchases. After much waiting and anticipation, your purchases have arrived in your doorstep as well. But now it’s a few days before your first payment is due and you don’t know how or where to pay for your BillEase loan. What do you do?
Worry not, because we got you covered! In this article, we’ll tackle the most popular method of paying for one’s BillEase loan – through 7-Eleven stores.
How to Pay for Your BillEase Loan via 7-Eleven Stores
Two days before your due date our system will send you a coins.ph payment request both via SMS and email (Read: How to Change Your Email and Mobile Number in your BillEase account). In both instances, click the link provided in the payment request.
The link will take you to the coins.ph portal. Click “Pay BillEase”. Ignore the Reference ID. This is not the number you need.
Once inside the portal, you can now choose your preferred payment method. You can settle your BillEase Loan via your coins.ph wallet, 7-Eleven stores, M Lhuillier, or Cebuana Lhuillier branches.
Click the link for 7-Eleven store payment. You will be promptly directed to a page that contains your reference number, the payment barcode, and additional “Payment Instructions”.
You will also see your amount due and its due date.
The next step is to go to your nearest 7-Eleven store. Approach the cashier and request for 7-Connect Payment. You can either have the cashier scan the barcode or give them the reference code provided along with the “Payment Instructions”.
Kindly take note that 7-Eleven charges a small service fee depending on the amount of payment they’ll be processing.
Your payment has now been accepted, you’re all good to go! Congratulations, you’ve managed to make your first payment!
I have no internet and I can’t check my email! How do I pay for my BillEase loan?
Don’t fret, friends; there is still a way!
Along with your payment request, our system will also send you an SMS with a reference number that you can use to settle your BillEase loan on time. Please note, however, that this reference number will only work through 7-Eleven stores!
All of the 7-Eleven branches near me are offline! How do I pay for my BillEase loan?
Aside from 7-Eleven stores, you can also make payments via your coins.ph wallet, M Lhuillier, or Cebuana Lhuillier branches. The process for each is still very easy to follow as well!
Paying through M Lhuillier
Let’s go back to the coins.ph portal. Once again, click “Pay BillEase”. Once inside, choose your preferred payment method. For this instance, let’s try paying through M Lhuillier.
Click the M Lhuiller option.
Enter your complete name on the blanks provided. Remember to bring an ID when you go to your nearest M Lhuillier branch so the tellers can confirm your identity when you pay for your BillEase loan.
Now that you’ve entered your name, you will be given a reference number that you will present to your preferred M Lhuillier branch. Take note, however, that there is a minimal processing fee that M Lhuillier requires for all payment transactions with them. The processing fee also depends on the amount of payment they’ll be processing.
With this, you can now complete your first payment for BillEase!
Paying through Cebuana Lhuillier
To settle your BillEase loan through Cebuana Lhuillier is also as easy as the other available payment methods. Once again, click “Pay BillEase” in the coins.ph portal.
Choose Cebuana Lhuillier as your preferred payment method.
You will be taken to a page that contains coins.ph’s payment details. Write these details down or save a screenshot of the page.
Go to your nearest Cebuana Lhuillier branch. Take a BILLS PAYMENT form and fill out the said form using coins.ph’s payment details. Take the form to the teller and have him/her process your BillEase loan payment.
Again, take note that most third-party channels require a small payment for processing your transactions. In Cebuana Lhuillier’s case, you will need to pay a 40 pesos processing fee.
And that’s it! We hope this guide will lessen any confusion and help you with your first and future payments. Don’t hesitate to hit us up in the comments section if you have further clarifications or questions.