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Pay Your Bill

Payment Methods

UPS accepts the following forms of payment. Alternate payment methods may also be available but vary per country.

  • Bills Payment: You can make the payment over the counter of local banks - Bank of the Philippines Island (BPI), Banco De Oro (BDO) and Unionbank.
    • BDO/Unionbank: You need to fill-out the bills payment slip for the payment transaction.
    • BPI: you need to select bills payment and input the required information through the BPI Express Assist (BEA) machine for the payment transaction.
  • You can pay via online banking by logging in to your BPI, BDO or Unionbank account and enroll UPS (UPS Delbros International Express Ltd. Inc./UPS SCS Philippines Inc.) as biller under the option “Other Services”. Once enrolled, you can proceed with payment. Please take a screenshot of the email confirmation and send to UPS for validation.
  • Direct Payment: You can pay via wire transfer through JP Morgan or Standard Chartered accounts
  • Manager’s Check: You can issue a Manager’s Check payable to “UPS-Delbros International Express Ltd. Inc”.

Prepayment Plans

UPS offers two prepayment plans that provide greater bill paying convenience. Under either plan, you prepay an amount equal to four weeks' average billing. This payment remains on account to cover one month's anticipated UPS charges. The amount needed on account may change, depending on your shipping activity. Late Payment Fees apply.

  • Monthly Prepayment Plan: The shipper makes a prepayment with UPS in an amount equal to four weeks' anticipated charges as estimated by UPS. Upon notice to the shipper, UPS may change the required prepayment amount at any time to reflect a revised estimate of four weeks' charges.
  • Weekly Prepayment Plan: The shipper makes a prepayment with UPS in an amount equal to four weeks' anticipated charges as estimated by UPS. Upon notice to the shipper, UPS may change the required prepayment amount at any time to reflect a revised estimate of four weeks' charges.


To learn more about payment options, contact your UPS Representative.