Affidavit of Loss Postal ID

The Philippine Postal ID is a government-issued identification card that is recognized as a valid form of identification in the Philippines. It is issued by the Philippine Postal Corporation (PhilPost) and is accepted as a primary form of identification by many government agencies, private companies.

The Postal ID includes the holder’s photo, full name, signature, and address, as well as a unique identification number. It also has security features such as a hologram and UV ink to prevent fraudulent reproduction. The card is valid for three years and can be renewed after expiration.

The Philippine Postal ID is available to all Filipino citizens and foreign residents in the Philippines. To apply for a Postal ID, the applicant must provide proof of identity and address, such as a birth certificate, passport, driver’s license, and utility bill. The application fee varies depending on the location and processing time, but it is generally affordable and much less expensive than other forms of government-issued identification.

I, PABLO DELA CRUZ, of legal age, single, Filipino, and a resident of Blk 1 Lot 2, Sunshine Subdivision, Rodriguez, Rizal, after having been sworn to in accordance with law hereby depose and say that:

  1. I am a holder of a Postal ID issued by the Philippine Postal Corporation (PhilPost) in Rodriguez, Rizal.
  2. On 01 September 2020, our house was gutted by fire.
  3. All my valuable items, including the Postal ID issued to me by PhilPost, were burned.
  4. I was not able to save my valuable items and my Postal ID because when the fire happened, I was at my work.
  5. I execute this affidavit to attest to the truthfulness of the foregoing information, and to secure another postal ID at PhilPost, and for whatever legal purpose it may serve.

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto affixed my signature this ___ day of September 2020 in Rodriguez, Rizal, Philippines.