Robinsons Place GenSan opens Lingkod Pinoy Center
Tomorrow, April 4, 2013, the Robinsons Malls Lingkod Pinoy Center will finally be inaugurated for the people of SoCCSkSarGen.
The Lingkod Pinoy Center is basically a Public Service program of the Robinsons Land Corporation that aims to turn the Robinsons Malls nationwide into venues for hassle-free, safe, and comfortable processing of requirements such SSS/Pag-ibig/Philhealth payments, DFA passports procesing, NBI clearance processing and LTO license renewal, among others.
For the Robinsons Place GenSan, aside from the Regional Consular Office of the Department of Foreign Affairs which opened there last year, three more agencies will start serving their clients via their satellite offices this week. These are:
- SSS – for payments, updates of records, new member registration, loan applications
- Pag-Ibig – for payments, updates of records, new member registration, loan applications
- Philhealth – for services such as new member registration, updating member’s accounts, generation of IDs and Member Data Records.
Coming soon are any of these offices:
• DTI (Department of Trade & Industry) for registration and renewal services
• PRC (Professional Regulations Commission) for registration, license and ID renewal services
• DOT (Department of Tourism) to set up Tourist Information Stands around the malls
• LRA (Land Registration Authority) for services including services regarding land titles
• NBI (National Bureau of Investigation) for NBI Clearance and renewal services
All these would mean more convenience to the mall-loving Pinoys not only in Region 12 but all throughout the country where Robinsons is present, with the promise of more efficient and faster services from these aforementioned government agencies. Lingkod Pinoy is basically putting all “Government Services in One Place“.
Locally here in SoCCSkSarGen, the Lingkod Pinoy Center is also a good marketing ploy for Robinsons Place GenSan which has recently suffered setbacks from the closing down of a good number of its tenants. Hopefully, this will encourage more foot traffic inside the mall especially during the weekdays and eventually, entice more businesses to open shop there.