Have you tried using SSS PRN PRN (Payment Reference Number) utility but unable to edit it for the current period? Did you get the “Web page blocked” error when trying to edit your SOA (Statement of Account) to change the covered months for the contribution payment? Well, aside from calling for customer service support, you can do one thing, and one thing only.
I’m not able to EDIT my SOA for April to June contribution before April 21 because the current months is still locked for January to March contribution. Whenever I try to edit it, it just says “Web page blocked”. I suspect I need the let the due date (April 20) to pass, so now, April 21, the PRN gets cleared and I’m able to generate a new statement of account.
Haven’t checked if the PRN changed, but it could, probably, doesn’t matter now. So, just don’t attempt to use the old PRN, make sure you are using the current PRN applicable to the current contribution period.
That’s it! Just let the due date expire!
Posted in Personal Blog
Tagged prn, sss
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