Danvil Plans

This page is for planholders of DANVIL PLANS.

I started writing about Danvil Plans in 2008 when many pre-need firms were failing, and stopped writing posts about Danvil in 2010. Since then, I’ve been just responding to comments and posting updates from planholders.

_______________________________________________

DEADLINE For FILING YOUR CLAIM:  July 30, 2015

LATEST NOTICE for DANVIL PLANS planholders, as of June 8, 2015, as published on the Insurance Commission’s website insurance.gov.ph:

RTogonon & Associates Law Office

NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC

TO:              ALL CONCERNED
FROM:        ATTY. RONY D. TOGONON
Liquidator, Danvil Plans, Inc.
SUBJECT: REITERATION OF CHECK LIST / REQUIREMENTS FOR CLAIMS
DATE:        29 May 2015

This is to reiterate the check list/requirements for the claims with Danvil:

1.  Check list / Requirements for Claims:
a.  Policy Face Page (consists of 1 page)
b.  Contract Provision (consists of 5 pages)
c.  Certificate of Full Payment (lf plan has been fully paid)
d.  Photo copy of two (2) government-issued IDs (Passport, Driver’s License, PRC lD, SSS/GSIS lD, Company lD, PhilHealth lD and other government-issued lDs with the photo and signature of the planholder)

ln case of loss of any of the above, an Affidavit of Loss is needed. lf a representative will claim the check, a Special Power of Attorney is required.

2.  For filing purposes, photo/xerox copies of the above documents may be filed but during payment, the original copies of these documents should be submitted.  For those who have already filed their claims and were able to receive partial payment or installment (s), they need not file their claims again.
3.  The claim should be filed on or before July 30, 2015, personally, through a representative or by mail/courier service at this address:

DANVIL PLANS, lNC.
2nd Floor, PPSTA Bldg. 1
Quezon Avenue corner Banawe Street, Quezon City

4.  As of May 29, 2015, a total of 5,050 planholders have already filed their claims.

For your information and guidance.

Signed:
ATTY. RONY D. TOGONON

 

Here’s the link to the Notice from Danvil Plans’ Liquidator Atty. Rony Togonon, issued January 12, 2015.

 

Update from Imee
March 4, 2015

Hi there, Just wanna share that this morning I filed a claim in the Danvil’s new office. My plan is fully paid since 2012 and will mature 2022 but according to Danvil we have to file a claim even if the plan is not yet mature as they will go on liquidation as approved by Insurance Commission. Anyway the staff in the new office in PPSTA Building 1 in Banaue corner Quezon Ave. is very friendly and amiable (a consolation) although she doesn’t know the specifics she will try to answer your query. Anyway for those planholders who have not filed their claims, please do so so we can all get a share on the liquidation proceeds which according to the staff is based on Present Value of your plan. I am not entirely sure how they compute present value but i would like to assume that the present value of the money I invest should either be higher or equal to the amount I have contributed.

 

Update from  Teresa
February 9, 2015

Feb. 6 IMPORTANT UPDATE! Planholders must file their claim January 30, 2015 until July 30 2015 only! “CLAIMS FILED AFTER July 30 2015 SHALL BE BARRED FOREVER”. Thank you Celestino Chua!

Link: FILE YOUR CLAIM ASAP, BEFORE JULY 30, 2015

 

Updates from Roland
February 5, 2015

For those who don’t know yet, below are Danvil’s latest office address & contact numbers:
Danvil New Office effective 17 November 2014
2nd Floor, PPSTA Building 1
Banaue Street corner Quezon Avenue
Quezon CitY
232-0671 (Landline)
232-672 (Landline)
09186689058 (Mobile)
09164s52116 (Mobile)

 

Update from Nars
February 2, 2015

I came across the latest advisory of Danvil liquidator, Atty. Togonon, to IC website regarding additional contact numbers, as follows :

(02) 232-0671 (Landline)
(02) 232-672 (Landline)
(0918) 6689058 (Mobile)
(0916) 4552116 (Mobile

Here’s the link to the said document at IC website :

http://www.insurance.gov.ph/_@dmin/upload/reports/Contacts4Danvil.pdf

 

Updates from Noel Encarnacion
January 14, 2015

There is new update from the Liquidator of Danvil Plans.Inc.
Atty. Rony. D. Togonon.You can check the whole subject of the status of visiting the Danvil facebook page to find out all the details.
Goodluck to all of us.

As of January 12,2015 there is latest advisory from the IC about the status of Danvil Plans. Inc. Please,visit the IC website and check the advisory bulletin and click to Danvil update.All the information that we need to know are stated in the memo from the liquidator except the date of when our claim to be release.Well,at least we can get in touch with him. Goodluck to all of us.

 

Update from Roland
January 8, 2015

I just got an update from a staff of the IC this afternoon by calling 5238461 loc.105 (extension line is quite busy…you’ll be lucky if you can get in after 5 tries). She told me that the IC targets April 2015 for the release of the maturity payments in LUMP SUM (that’s about P180K for each matured insurance policy).

 

Update from Roland 
November 28, 2014

I just checked this morning on the status of the Danvil Plans maturity payment and the staff at the IC told me that they are still evaluating the “recomputations?” and no date yet when can they finish this recomputations. However, a new address for Danvil Plans was given: 2nd flr., PPSTA Bldg., 419 Brgy. Lourdes, Banawe st. cor. Quezon Ave. Contact no. for this new address is not yet available according to the IC staff.

 

Update from  Cors Silayan 
November 12, 2014

The Danvil office in Alabang has closed. They are answering queries via phone through Insurance Commission.

INSURANCE COMMISSION Tel No.: 5238461 LOC 105

I called there to follow up where I could get the remaining balance of our benefit. They said NEXT YEAR they’ll be able to release the balance but will be released LUMP SUM. When next year? They can’t yet give a definite answer as there are computations to be done before they can give planholders their lump sum.

 

Update from Edwin Tuazon 
September 12, 2014

I sent an email to Danvil last week. Got this reply today. Has anybody here done this already. Baka kasi pag na surrender mo lahat ng policy for pre termination tapos di naman nila binigay yung check? Mas lalo na nawala lahat.

Thank you for your e-mail.

Should you decide to pre-terminate your plan at this stage, this would be under Plan Termination Value (PTV), you will be entitled for a refund of upto 10-50% of your Total Amount Paid to date or what is stipulated at your Schedule of Plan Termination Value. As respectfully pointed out before, any decision to pre-terminate your plan is disadvantageous to the client.

To process your PTV, you need to submit a signed cancellation letter with photocopy of your two valid ID’s and surrender all your contracts that pertains with your policy (Policy Face Page Contract Provision, etc) . Your PTV would be in-form of crossed check and for pick up at our office and would be available one to two months you have completed your requirements. In your absence, you may send your representative to file and claim your check as long as you also provide us an Special Power of Attorney (must be authenticated at Philippine Consulate if your current location is outside the country) with his/her two valid ID’s. If you would request for change of check’s payee name, you need to provide us a Deed of Assignment instead of SPA (must also be authenticated at Philippine Consulate if your current location is outside the country). As of the moment, we cannot proceed with your PTV until we have received your requirements.

Please also be informed that the company is currently on the process of transfer of office. You may temporary visit Insurance Commission or contact them at (632) 523-8461 local 105 for the mean time.

Please feel free to e-mail us at mypolicy@danvil.com.ph should you have concerns.

Best regards,

Customer Service Department
Customer Relation Group
Danvil Plans, Inc.

 

Update from Theresa Funcion
September 8, 2014 7:16 pm

My husband was a planholder and his plan matured last August 2013. When we were about to claim the maturity benefit we were disappointed when they told us that only half of the maturity will be given to us and the remaining balance will be divided into five
years payable once every maturity month. We don’t have any choice so we accepted the half maturity benefit.

And now after one year we are claiming again and sad to say their office in Alabang was
already abandoned and posted in their door is only cel# of a certain Atty. Teresita
Caalim which you can not receive any answers.

We are now at lost because we don’t know how we can claim our money!!! So I want to
warn all Danvil planholders to stop paying until you further verify. Thank you!!!

 

Updates from Roland, July 28, 2014

I was able to contact a certain group led by Dr. Tamayo (contact no.:0917-5222152/ 0922-8101403) who’s suing PPLIC with the help of lawyers hired by this group. As per recent conversation with Dr. Tamayo, the joining fee for latecomers like me is roughly P4k. I think this amount is still reasonable considering I am just joining the group and I still have to collect roughly P89k from PPLIC. Interested parties can call her at the above-mentioned number.

As for my Claim on the Base Plan, Danvil said that they are still waiting for the advice of the IC for the release of the cheques. Please refer to an email from Danvil’s rep I received last July 3, 2014.

Dear Mr.Nicolas,

Thank you for your e-mail.

We apologize but as of the moment, we were informed to wait from the advice of Insurance. After our verification with the CRL department of the Insurance Commission, their recommendation on the matter of settlement of Danvil’s benefit payment is now subject for review by the deputy commissioners, before it is finally disposed by the Commissioner, Hon. Emmanuel Dooc. Kindly follow up with us again after some weeks.

Please feel free to e-mail us at mypolicy@danvil.com.phshould you have concerns.

Best regards,

Eleazer Francisco
Customer Service Department
Customer Relation Group
Danvil Plans, Inc.

 

Update from Libay, June 6, 2014:

From: Customer Service – FFI [mailto:mypolicy@danvil.com.ph]
Sent: Friday, June 06, 2014 9:01 AM
To: De Villa, Liberty

Dear Ms. De Villa,

Greetings.

Pertaining to our request for check preparations, our Conservator, Atty. Teresita Caalim made a follow up directly at Insurance Commission, and kindly see her e-mail message.

“On June 3, 2014, I visited the Insurance Commission to follow their declaration that the issue with the suspension of payment of Danvil will be resolved.
However, per my discussion with the CRL Department, they asked for additional time until end of June 2014, as their recommendation is being reviewed by the Deputy Commissioners before it is Approve by the Commissioner.

For this reason, I beg your indulgence for the nth time and expresses my apologies.”

We apologize, but the trustee banks still cannot prepare checks.

Please feel free to e-mail us at mypolicy@danvil.com.ph should you have concerns.

Best regards,

Eleazer Francisco
Customer Service Department
Customer Relation Group
Danvil Plans, Inc.

 

______________________________________________

Updates from Roland, May 27, 2014:

I just had a reply from Mr. Francisco of Danvil regarding follow-up on my first 50% (P90k)maturity payment cheque below:

Dear Mr. Nicolas,

Thank you for your e-mail.

We had a meeting at Insurance Commission last May 08, 2014, and they informed us that the result would be lifted on the end of this month. Kindly follow up with us on the first week of June 2014, we hopefully already have a date to give you by that period. Thank you.

Please feel free to e-mail us at mypolicy@danvil.com.phshould you have concerns.

Best regards,

Eleazer Francisco
Customer Service Department
Customer Relation Group

_______________________________________________

Updates from Roland, May 26, 2014

Nag-apply ako for the first 50% maturity payment ng isang Plan ko sa Danvil last Nov. 2013 pero hanggang ngayon wala pang na-issue na cheke. It seems there is a bogdown in the Insurance Commission’s part as per e-mail message last April 14, 2014 from Danvil’s Mr. Francisco below:

Dear Mr. Nicolas,

Thank you for your e-mail.

I apologize but we were advised to follow up again at Insurance Commission after Holy Week. You may double check with them to confirm this information. Thank you.

Regarding the PPLIC’s Protector Plan claims, I understand that those claiming below P100k should file their lawsuits/complaints with the Insurance Commission (located along UN Ave. near M.Adriatico, Manila). Those above P100k should file their cases elsewhere, eg. metropolitan trial courts.

_______________________________________________

Email address of Danvil as of  February 6, 2014, as shared by Jocee:

mypolicy@danvil.com.ph

_______________________________________________

HOW TO PRE-TERMINATE YOUR DANVIL PLAN, as shared by Jocee, February 6, 2014:

Hi Fellow DANVIL Planholders!

Firstly, thank you to Ms. Nora for putting up this very helpful blog / website.  It’s great to know and hear from others having the same concern as ours.

Our DANVIL plan is already fully paid and maturing in 2016.  We are still checking on which option to take – to wait for its maturity or terminate the plan now.

Just want to share the email response dated today, Feb. 4, 2014, regarding TERMINATION of plan from:

Eleazer Francisco
Customer Service Asst. Manager
Customer Relation Group
Danvil Plans, Inc.

Note:  I tried sending an email this morning, and got a quick reply.

Email reply from Mr. Francisco, dated February 4, 2014:

Should you decide to pre-terminate your plan at this stage, this would be under Plan Termination Value (PTV), you will be entitled for a refund of upto 50% of your Total Amount Paid to date or what is stipulated at your Schedule of Plan Termination Value. As respectfully pointed out before, any decision to pre-terminate your plan is disadvantageous to the client.

To process your PTV, you need to submit a signed cancellation letter with photocopy of your two valid ID’s and surrender all your contracts that pertains with your policy (Policy Face Page Contract Provision, etc) . Your PTV would be in-form of crossed check and for pick up at our office and would be available one to two months you have completed your requirements. In your absence, you may send your representative to file and claim your check as long as you also provide us an Special Power of Attorney (must be authenticated at Philippine Consulate if your current location is outside the country) with his/her two valid ID’s. If you would request for change of check’s payee name, you need to provide us a Deed of Assignment instead of SPA (must also be authenticated at Philippine Consulate if your current location is outside the country).

As of the moment, we cannot proceed with your PTV until we have received your requirements.

Please feel free to e-mail us at mypolicy@danvil.com.ph should you have concerns.

______________________________________________

Contact numbers of Danvil Plans, as of June 8, 2012:

Information from Eleazer L. Francisco, Customer Service Supervisor:

Kindly inform them with our hotline numbers below, and advise them to contact us directly so their concerns will be attended properly.

(632) 828-0468

(632) 828-1612

(632) 828-1998

We will also try to reach them with their contact numbers.

______________________________________________

Updates as of April 19, 2012:

According to the website of the Insurance Commission (IC), Danvil Plans is one of the 37  pre-need companies under IC conservatorship and court rehabilitation.

DANVIL PLANS INC.

Date placed under conservatorship  —  October 14, 2010

Name of conservator  —  Atty. Teresita Caalim

Date of appointment of Ms.  Caalim  —  June 22, 2011

Office of conservator  — 419 Quezon Avenue  cor. Banawe Street, Brgy. Lourdes, Quezon City

Contact Nos. of conservator  —  639-558 / 741-0432 /  0917-8817156 /  0920-9134826

According to Danvil Plans planholder Jel who commented on this blog on April 4, 2012, she filed her claim at PPLIC office at SM North Edsa on April 3 and her papers were accepted for processing, but she was notified that starting May 1, 2012, PPLIC will no longer accept Danvil Plans or Family First claims.  Planholders are instructed to file their claims at the Danvil Plans office in Alabang.

Processing of Claims

According to several Danvil planholders whose plans matured in 2011, the releasing of maturity benefits has changed. Dahil nga raw hindi na pinayagang magbenta ng pre-need plans ang Danvil since 2010, kinailangan nang i-conserve ang assets ng Danvil starting in 2011 under the Insurance Commission, para hindi maubos ang funds ng Danvil at para lahat ng planholders ng Danvil ay makakakuha ng kanilang maturity benefits.

Starting in May 2011, every planholder whose plan has reached Maturity Date will get only 50 percent of his/her maturity benefit on or around maturity date (depende kung nag-file ng claim before or on maturity date).

The other 50 percent will be released over a period of 5 years in 5 equal installments, starting one year after the release of the first 50 percent.

Address of Danvil Plans

2nd Floor, Units C & D, JJACCIS Bldg
1208 Acacia Avenue Madrigal Business Park
Ayala Alabang, Muntinlupa

I researched a bit, and I found that JJACCIS Building is the one that CHINA BANK occupies.

JJACCIS Building is along Acacia Avenue, near ISUZU ALABANG, which is at the corner of Acacia Avenue and ALABANG-ZAPOTE ROAD, also near CALTEX and HONDA Alabang.

Click this to see a List of Documents to File your Claim

_______________________________________________

Eleazer L. Francisco

Customer Service Supervisor
Customer Relations Group
Danvil Plans, Inc.
02-755-1521 or 02-755-1591

mypolicy@danvil.com.ph
efrancisco@danvil.ph
_______________________________________________

The following posts were written from 2009 to 2010:

Danvil Plans Paid My Maturity Benefits as Promised in 2000

Danvil Plans — Claiming Your Maturity Benefits

Danvil Plans — File Your Claims Early

Danvil Plans Policyholders: Good News?

Danvil Plans, Other Pre-Need Firms: Updates

Daniel Villanueva: Founder and President, Danvil

Danvil Is Still Berkley on Pre-need Federation Website

Berkley/Family First to Danvil Then to Legacy

To Danvil, From a Hurting OFW in Japan

Email Address of Danvil Plans

Two Planholders of Danvil Plans Who Have Already Collected Their Maturity Benefits

Updates on Danvil Plans and Other Pre-need Firms from March to May 2009

Danvil Plans, Coco Plans, AMA Plans Deficient in Their Trust Funds

I Have to Correct My Mistake: Prudentialife Plans Inc. Is Different from Philippine Prudential Life Insurance Co. Inc.

Danvil Plans — Claiming Your Maturity Benefits

_______________________________________________

Written in 2010:

Just like any planholder of a pre-need plan in the Philippines,  I’m anxious about my plan as a number of pre-need companies has failed over the past years.  I hope that Danvil survives and grows and maximizes its partnership with Philprudentialife so that people whose plans are still to mature in the next several years will get back all their investments and their promised earnings.

My plan will mature this October 2010.  I got my plan in 2000 at the Family First branch at Festival Mall in Alabang.  Just like many of you,  I also felt deceived when I was pressured to buy a plan.  I was just giving in to my then seven-year-old daughter who was enticed with the stuffed toy game Family First marketers were showing to mall goers.

During that time,  plan buyers could not cancel their plans within a few days of buying, unlike today when buyers could.  Despite misgivings and anger at myself for having been so easily enticed,  I continued paying.  In my third year of paying, my plan was even reinstated and re-dated — moved to a later date by 6 months — because I defaulted by 6 months. I finally completed my payments in 2005.

In May 2008, just like you,  I received a notice instructing planholders about the planned purchase of Danvil Plans by Legacy Group.  I quickly researched about Legacy and saw unsavory write-ups about its head Celso de los Angeles.  I emailed Danvil about what I found out about Legacy and demanded that my money be returned instead of being moved to Legacy.

I was invited to the Danvil office and was able to talk with Ms. Aurora Dino, the then AVP of Danvil and branch head of the Makati office.  We explained our sides,  and the day after,  I emailed back I was willing to defer my demand for my money.

It was really fortunate for all of us that Danvil Plans listened to the advice of other parties, and did not push through with the takeover by Legacy, because just months later, in December 2008,  the  Legacy scam — perhaps the biggest in the Philippines — because it involved thousands of soldiers,  teachers,  OFWs, retirees, farmers,  other employees,  foreigners married to Filipinos,  even big-time investors and lawmakers — blew up, wiping out around 30 billion pesos of hard-earned money.

Many things have happened since then,  including the closure of other pre-need firms, the failure to pay back investors and the continuing problems of CAP and Pacific Plans.

As for Danvil Plans, it stopped selling pre-need educational plans in December 2007 and pre-need pension plans in December 2008.  What the firm is doing now, according to Danvil reps, is only servicing plans.

But if you go to the malls, Danvil reps are still selling something —  insurance products issued by Philippine Prudential Life Insurance Corporation (PPLIC),  an insurance company different from the pre-need firm Prudential Life Plans whose license-to-sell was canceled in April 2009.

It was PPLIC which bought the Danvil life insurance portfolio in 2007.

The latest SEC list of pre-need firms with licenses to sell as of today was the May 2009 list.  It included Danvil Plans and 21 other pre-need companies.

If you want to comment on this particular write-up, just please write your comments below any of the articles you click above.

Just like any planholder of a pre-need plan in the Philippines,  I’m anxious about my plan as a number of pre-need companies has failed over the past years.  I hope that Danvil survives and grows and maximizes its partnership with Philprudentialife so that people whose plans are still to mature in the next several years will get back all their investments and their promised earnings.
My plan will mature this October 2010.  I got my plan in 2000 at the Family First branch at Festival Mall in Alabang.  Just like many of you,  I also felt deceived when I was pressured to buy a plan.  I was just giving in to my then seven-year-old daughter who was enticed with the stuffed toy game Family First marketers were showing to mall goers.
During that time,  plan buyers could not cancel their plans within a few days of buying, unlike today when buyers could.  Despite misgivings and anger at myself for having been so easily enticed,  I continued paying.  In my third year of paying, my plan was even reinstated and re-dated — moved to a later date by 6 months — because I defaulted by 6 months.
I finally completed my payments in 2005.
In May 2008, just like you,  I received a notice instructing planholders about the planned purchase of Danvil Plans by Legacy Group.  I quickly researched about Legacy and saw unsavory write-ups about its head Celso de los Angeles.  I emailed Danvil about what I found out about Legacy and demanded that my money be returned instead of being moved to Legacy.
I was invited to the Danvil office and was able to talk with Ms. Aurora Dino, the then AVP of Danvil and branch head of the Makati office.  We explained our sides,  and the day after,  I emailed back I was willing to defer my demand for my money.
It was really fortunate for all of us that Danvil Plans listened to the advice of other parties, and did not push through with the takeover by Legacy, because just months later, in December 2008,  the  Legacy scam — perhaps the biggest in the Philippines — because it involved thousands of soldiers,  teachers,  OFWs, retirees, farmers,  other employees,  foreigners married to Filipinos,  even big-time investors and lawmakers — blew up, wiping out around 30 billion pesos of hard-earned money.
Many things have happened since then,  including the closure of other pre-need firms, the failure to pay back investors and the continuing problems of CAP and Pacific Plans.
As for Danvil Plans, it stopped selling pre-need educational plans in December 2007 and pre-need pension plans in December 2008.  What the firm is doing now, according to Danvil reps, is only servicing plans.
But if you go to the malls, Danvil reps are still selling something —  insurance products issued by Philippine Prudential Life Insurance Corporation (PPLIC),  an insurance company different from the pre-need firm Prudential Life Plans whose license-to-sell was canceled in April 2009.
It was PPLIC which bought the Danvil life insurance portfolio in 2007.
The latest SEC list of pre-need firms with licenses to sell as of today was the May 2009 list.  It included Danvil Plans and 21 other pre-need companies.

148 Comments

Add a Comment
  1. I just called Danvil Phils. office. According to the person I spoke with, the lump sum of money that we are supposed to get will be released within the year 2015… when exactly? – no exact date yet. But he advised me to make a followup by May.

  2. Hi Cors, thanks for sharing helpful info. I hope you get your lump sum the soonest time possible for IC and Danvil.

  3. hi there. glad to know about this. My husband will be happy with this news. It was here where he got drowned with credit card debt. I hope he can get it back. please post more of the updates. thanks

  4. Good day! What are the requirements po for filing a claim? We are planning to go to the Banawe ofc anytime soon. Thank you.

  5. Hi roland, thanks again for the link. I thought you’ve already filed your NCB complaint, as PPLIC issued its stand on the NCB in 2013. I checked Danvil planholders’ comments on Facebook and I haven’t read any helpful update about the NCB. Anyway, I always hope the best for you and other planholders in the midst of these pre-need failures. Thanks always for sharing info from time to time.

  6. Any update when can we get the proceeds of our claim? I already filed last month, my plan is not yet matured but fully paid already on its waiting period supposedly. The staff said that we can get our claims within 6 mos but not specific. Computation on how much we can get is also variable, depends on how much the company can liquidate. Anyone who has update when can Danvil release our claims? Thanks to everyone sharing info to this site. Really very helpful.

  7. Hi Nars, thanks a lot for sharing important update. I’ll move your update up into the post in a little while. Thanks again!

  8. Hi, I have not been following up my Danvil plan. I just read it today about its liquidation, if that is the correct word. How should i file for my fully paid plan maturing this next year. And what papers/documents am I supposed to submit for my claim. Thanks and God bless. renato

  9. Hi Nora! I need help. My father used to work abroad in Dubai unfortunately he died last June 2013. we saw a piece of paper on his closet with notes of Berkley international life insurance co.inc with a certain amount. I just read some blogs and reports of Danvil buying berkley. I want to verify if papa was registered. What I only have is a piece of paper with his name, the company name and a certain amount. Mama remembers that papa was always joking “kung gusto mo magkapera, lasonin niyo ko para magkapera kayo”. So i am thinking that he got insurance while in the Philippines. 1990-1997 Holiday Inn, 1997-2004 Traders hotel, 2004-2010 Shangrila Hotel Dubai. Hope you can help me, you can contact me 09065584553 / kierpascual@yahoo.com . Thanks

  10. Hi Jose, sorry I’m not connected with Danvil. I only wrote about Danvil because I was a policyholder before. You should look for your father’s Berkley plan contract or policy. It consists of about 3 to 5 pages (long bond paper size), with the first page containing the summary of the contract, like policyholder’s name, policy no., amount, maturity date. The deadline for filing for all Danvil claims is July 30, 2015. See the list of claim documents above.

  11. Hi Renato, file asap, before July 30 2015. Docs: policy face page, contract provision, cert of full payment, 2 primary valid IDs. I’m not sure if they’re still requiring a cedula

  12. Hi Nora, No one from Danvil informed me about the filing go claims before 30th of July. How I can file a claim if I am outside the Philippines? Is the form available online? Best regards, Ricardo

  13. Hi Ricardo, you can ask your relative to file for you, but you need to give a SPA (authenticated by Philippine consul there). As an initial action, you can email: ATTY. RONY D. TOGONON, Liquidator, Danvil Plans, lnc. at rdtlaw21@gmail.com. Attach a scan of the main page of your Danvil plan, your IDs, cert of full payment if you have, or latest statement of account

  14. we got a plan from family first, then it went to danvil. did it go to legacy or is it still with danvil? are family first plans included in the danvil liquidation? it’s good I saw this page. thanks for any info!

  15. Hi Rolando, yes, your plan is now with Danvil. File your claim ASAP. The deadline for ALL claims is July 30. 2015.

  16. Please,check the Insurance Commission website there is a latest posted advise from Atty. Togonon.Let’s hope that after the deadline we will have the good news.

  17. Galing po kami sa opis ng Danvil Last week to check kung ano n? Sabi po nila inaayos na nila lahat at kami follow up na naman ng July daw po,tawag na lang daw kami..

  18. Gud am po. I’m here abroad. If I email Atty. Togonon and they require cert of full payment or latest statement of account, where can I get it? I was monitoring it before on their website, but now it’s closed down. But I have an account with metrobank where the monthly payment was deducted — is this valid?
    thanks

  19. Hi jannette, I think you can use your metrobank statement or printout. What is important is that you are able to submit your main documents to Atty Togonon before July 30, 2015.

  20. Hi Nora, my mom is a planholder but she is in the province and cannot travel to Manila to file the claim. Can I file it for her? What are the requirements? Thanks, Ener

  21. Hi Ener, yes, you can file for her. File asap, before July 30, 2015. After this date, no more claims will be accepted. The requirements are listed in the post above.

  22. I’m a planholder of Danvil, maturity sep. 2016. The problem is I’m here abroad working. The only document I have here is the full payment given by their office in alabang and 2 valid I.Ds. The others I have them in my safety box. Can I send just this to catch the deadline on July 30 2015

  23. Hi simeon, yes, it’s the best that you can do in your situation. Send a copy your certificate of full payment (so that the original is with you, and give the original when claiming) and a scan of your valid IDs, plus a letter addressed to Atty. Togonon explaining your situation — that you’re abroad on a job contract and that your policy page and contract pages are in your bank safety deposit box and that you will submit these pages as soon as you get back in the Phils. Mention in your letter that you are submitting your certificate of full payment and 2 valid IDs.

  24. I’m a plan holder of FPN/DANVIL. I have 1 policy that will matured this year,& the other will be on the succeeding yrs. all of them were fully paid long time. Presently I’m working here in abroad, only a copy of my passport I can provide. just to catch your deadline on July 30,2015.I’m still trying to contact my family in province to complete the requirements. If ever certificate of full payment can’t find, can you help me check in the access net system? I’ll just give my policy number thru email reply. Please help & advise. Thanks & more power!

  25. Hi Evelyn, instruct your family in the Philippines to submit copies of the documents that you have before the deadline. They should submit much earlier so that you have time to make an affidavit if it’s needed

  26. Thanks Nora! my Sister working on it to check all the documents have in my locker,& I ask my trusted friend to help assist my sister to submit before the deadline.

  27. Good evening Ma’am/Sir pano po malalaman kung klan pwede mkuha ung checke?naibigay ko na po un mga requirements last month and ang sabe po sa Danvil before mag end ang august i rerelease ang checke sa mga planholders.at mag po post cla sa danvil web.e wla pa po.tnx sana po may sumagot sa question ko.

  28. Tama pa ba ang pagkakaintindi ko na kung nakapagfile na ako claim dati ay wala na ako kelangan gawin pa ngayon? Nagfile na kasi ako ng claim last 2013 sa alabang office at nakuha ko na 50% ng claim ko. Yung natirang 50% ay babayaran daw yearly 5 years pero nagclose na alabang office last year so wala na ako nakuha. Paano ko makukuha yung remaining 50%? Kelangan ko pa ba pumunta sa banawe office? Salamat sa sasagot.

  29. @ Amanda: Yes,that is right.We are in the same boat and I already inquire this subject to Atty. Togonon and was explained it clear.Our records are in Danvils data and all the informations they need still intacts.If ever you changes the bank account what you have provided where the first payment was deposited before then you need to contact them of your new bank account details.If nothing changes then Danvils will just follow what you have on their file.Lets hope our checks will release soon.Hope for the best and goodluck.

  30. Just want to share my email exchanges with Atty. Togonon re: Danvil Liquidation

    Hi Ms. flores:

    Good day! The claims are with the consulting actuary engaged by the Insurance Commission to evaluate and compute the liquidation values of all bona fide Danvil claims. There are still some data to be inputted in his report which will hopefully be done in due time. Once he finishes his report, this will be forwarded to the IC for approval. Thereafter, the schedule in the release of the checks will be set. Anyway, you will be advised accordingly when there is already a schedule in the release of the checks. But definitely, payments will be made this year, 2015. Thank you.

    Atty. Togonon

    On Wed, Jul 1, 2015 at 1:37 PM, wrote:

    Dear Atty. Togonon,

    Kindly please update us regarding the release of the funds (trust fund) of danvil to planholders who filed their claim? I have filed my claim on a fully paid plan last March 2015. Thank you.

    Regards
    IFlores

  31. Hi imee, thanks for sharing your communication with Atty. Togonon. I’ll move your update to the post. Thanks again.

  32. Hi! Ms. Nora, My last payment (tru Credit Card Debit) was Sept 1, 2010. I did not receive “Certificate of Full Payment”. What do I do?
    Thank you, Irene

  33. Hi Irene, I think you can photocopy the first 2 and last 2 credit card statements where the Danvil charges appear plus the Oct 1, 2010 statement (no more charge) to show that you made all the payments. File asap, the deadline is July 31, 2015.

  34. The certificate of full payment will provide by Danvil Plans during the filing of your claim.It will appear in their database that your fully paid.Just to make sure to submit all the necessary requirements.

  35. Danvil website it does not exist any longer and if there is a site that we have to check for the releasing of our cheques is the Insurance Commission website for all the planholders who made a claim.Goodluck to us!!!

  36. Hi Noel, thank you very much again for your very helpful info. I hope all Danvil planholders have already filed their claims.

  37. Hello po. nagsubmit po ako ng claim at documents na mga kailangan pero di po sumasagot si atty. rony sa mga email ko. ano po ba dapat kong gawin?

  38. Hi Nars, thanks for sharing helpful info. It’s great to know that they made clarifications because even I understood the first notice as referring to all planholders, whether in the masterlist or not. It’s great that the Phil Star published an article about it.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <s> <strike> <strong>

Working Pinoy © 2008-2014 Frontier Theme