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Tuesday, August 25, 2009

Franchising Bayad Center

Ever had the problem of having to pay multiple bills in their respective payment centers that is totally out of the way from each other? Well you are not alone. Thousands upon Hundreds of thousands of people pay their bills daily. What better way to help them with their inconvenience by having a single place where they can pay all their bills at the same time. Thus, the Bayad Center was born. Bayad Centers are very convenient one stop shops that cater to everyone. It does not matter if your household belongs to the A, B, C or D segment of the society. The richest and the poorest among us have at least some bills to pay. Bayad Centers earn a percentage of money for each bill paid, and I assume it’s safe to say that with the right location, you will never run out of customers. Bayad Center is also a wholly owned subsidiary of MERALCO and is looking for BAYAD CENTERpreneurs who has the right attitude to join their franchise.

Franchise Details:

Franchise Fee: 250,000.00 Php + 12% VAT
Royalty Fee: None
Advertising Fee: 2%
Franchise Renewal: 5 Years
Minimum Floor Area: 15 Sqm
Cash Bond: 600,000.00 Php

Franchise application procedure:

Interested parties should submit a Letter of Intent to CIS Bayad Center, Inc. (CBCI) with attached Location Map of proposed site and the letter should be addressed to Ms. Aida C. Yuvienco, VP and Head Sales, Marketing, and Business Development. The letter should include the complete address of the proposed sites as well as all the complete contact details of the applicant.

Contact Details:

CIS Bayad Center Incorporated
Business Solutions Center, Meralco Complex
Ortigas Ave., Pasig City


Landline and Contact Persons:
(632) 1622-5567 (Ms. Phoebe Vargas)
(632) 1622-5520 (Ms. Bung Roa)
Telefax: (02) 9142160
Email: inquiry@cis.com.ph and povargas@cis.com.ph

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3 Comments:

At 7:45 PM, Anonymous FBLorenzana said...

You have a good niche here. Keep helping others.

 
At 9:38 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

i'm searching for franchising and i saw this one more interesting to me. I hope i can make it to get into a successful business someday after working a long years in abroad.

 
At 5:10 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

now i know how to start business here in the philippines, maybe after my graduation in college i used to start franchising bayad center in order to help people in a very convenient way.

 

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