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NBI Exit Clearance Certificate - unpaid credit card dues, on payment plan

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Hi,

 

I'm currently an expat in the Philippines and have gotten an offer to work for my company in a different country, again as an expat.

Over the last few months, I've about 100k pesos in unpaid credit card dues, however I am on a monthly payment plan agreed with the bank and their lawyers, which I am paying consistently. Please note there is no formal complaint against me with any agency.

 

I need to understand if these would cause any hassle for me leaving the country? Any issues getting NBI clearance certificate? I intend to pay back monthly as agreed.

Any help from someone in similar situation previously would be grateful.

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I doubt it will cause issue.

 

 

B-I issues the Exit Clearance Certificate  (ECC)


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