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Philippine peso currency (PHP)

Philippine peso currency (PHP)

Why do I need to create a myTI company account to check out using Philippine peso (PHP) currency?

Businesses must create a myTI company account when purchasing products from TI.com in PHP currency. After creating a company account, you’ll need to create a checkout profile with:

  • A ship-to address located in the Philippines
  • A billing address (this address does not have to be located in the Philippines)
  • A Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) or Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) registration number (the field where you type this number has a maximum length of 30 characters)
  • A tax identification number (TIN) issued by the Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) (this number is 14 digits long)
  • Your business style, which is your business or trade name if it differs from your SEC registered name (the field where you type this number has a maximum length of 58 characters)
  • An email address to receive the collections receipt

You will also have to upload your SEC/BIR registration document in PDF or JPEG formats.

How do I upload my business registration doc?

While creating your checkout profile, you can upload the SEC/BIR registration document in PDF or JPEG formats under the tax section. You can also view any documents that you have previously uploaded.

My business is Philippine Economic Zone Authority (PEZA) registered. Can I check out using PHP currency?

PEZA registered businesses cannot check out using PHP currency. If your business is PEZA registered, you must check out using USD currency.

I am a top withholding agent. Where do I send my Form 2307 tax doc?

Customers who are top withholding agents as notified by the BIR, and who withhold 1% of the order total, must send an original copy of Form 2307 to TI’s registered mailing address:

TI (Philippines) Inc.

Attn: Finance Department

19th Floor Marco Polo Ortigas Manila

Sapphire Road, Ortigas Center, Pasig City

Please also email an electronic copy of Form 2307 to Form2307_PH@ti.com.

Please provide a list of invoices covered by the issued Form 2307 certificate.

Will my shipment be subject to value-added tax (VAT)?

Yes, all orders using PHP currency will be subject to a 12% VAT.

How will I receive my collection receipt?

Orders placed using PHP currency will have an associated collection receipt. TI will email the collection receipt to the address that you entered in the checkout profile tax section.

Can I request a copy of the collection receipt?

You can find your unique collection receipt number on the Order History Track/Invoice page. To request additional copies, open up a new support request with the TI customer support center.