This is how to download payslip in Cameroon for free
Gone are those days when state employees will pay money to an individual just to obtain his/her own payslip in Cameroon. Sincerely it was quite an unfortunate situation. Here is how to download payslip in Cameroon for free and in just a few clicks. A payslip is a small document, included with an employee‘s wage or salary, giving details of money earned and tax and insurance paid.
HAVING ANY DIFFICULTIES ABOVE? FOLLOW THESE 4 SIMPLE STEPS TO DOWNLOAD PAYSLIP IN CAMEROON FOR FREE
Are you a government state employer in Cameroon? Do you need a payslip for a particular compilation of documents. Or you just want to keep record of your payslips to use them in time of necessity? Worry not for you are at the right place. We have put together FOUR (4) simple steps to go through on how to download payslip in Cameroon for free.
This step requires you to open the Government payslip portal in order to access the official website.
To do this, simply type ebulletin.minfi.cm on your browser’s url box and hit ENTER.
Make sure you select your preferred language when the window opens. Default language is French.
We are using English for this article
If you already created an account, just go ahead and enter your matricule number and password then click on Log-In, if not then you will have to follow step 2.
Click on “Forgotten password” to retrieve your password in case you’ve forgotten.
This step requires you to input your personal information to be registered.
1- Enter your Matricule in this box. Click here if you’ve forgotten your Matricule.
2- Choose a password where only you can remember and enter it here.
3- Repeat the same password you typed above to confirm.
4- Select a security question that you can easily remember by clicking the drop-down arrow.
5- Here you will enter the answer to the security question selected above. This is to help you recover your account or your forgotten password.
6- Enter your email address in this box or click here to create a Gmail account and here for a yahoo mail account.
7- Enter your phone number in this box.
8- Enter the year you were born in this field.
9- Click this box to select the bank in which you receive salary.
10- Enter the code shown on the anti bot image. This is to verify if you are human or a robot
12- Finally, click Sign Up to complete the registration process.
2- This box is to select the month and the year of the payslip. Format (mm yyyy)
3- The third box shows your matricule number
4- Click on the 4tth box to display your Payslip
5- And lastly, click “Download PDF” to download your payslip in to your computer.
Note that you can always change your settings by clicking on the “Settings” tab.
This a very good initiative by the Cameroon government, which will now enable civil servants to freely download their payslips from the internet. This will save state workers from the stress of going to ministry or delegation for basic documents, Or even at times pay individual who have their own means of getting the payslip and selling to the concerns.
It will really be a nice initiative if such acts can be extended to other documents including the Cameroon GCE Results, so much so that students can have a fixed site from which they can view their results at all time from the date of publishing of the results; why not even their result slips.
We can make it together and make the country a better place, it is just about looking at some very basic lapses and cover them effectively. Sincerely it is not difficult to live a stress free life, but it is just out of negligence that we cause ourselves to stress up for nothing, we have the resources and we have the intelligence. Let us continue in this light to make things easier for all of us. Thanks to the effort of the Minister.
This is what Cameroon civil servants use to undergo just because there was no means on how to download payslip in Cameroon for free.
Elung Paul Che, deputy Minister of Finance (Minfi), made a media appearance on 25 October 2016. And for a good reason, users are receiving SMS messages indicating that the issuance of payslips by his department costs FCfa 1,000.
According to the government member, this is the work of unidentified and authorized individuals who have been sending, since 7 September 2016, electronic messages through the email account “firstname.lastname@example.org”, to offer to issue payslips as well as deduction statements to civil servants. Users are thus impelled to pay FCFA 1,000 per required document via MTN mobile money or Orange Money transfer to the telephone number 6 91 48 45 93, after communicating the identification information of the applicant (registration number, telephone number, month and year of the requested payslip and email address), through text message.
While firmly condemning this practice akin to cyber criminality, Minfi informs all its users that it has, to date, granted no approval or authorization to no-one to provide this type of service.
Elung Paul Che moreover reminds civil servants both in service and retired, that the issuance of payslips is a right and should not be subjected to payment. Therefore, he cautions public servants against the potential risks. In particular, the possibility of falling victim to a con or getting non-certified documents.
The Difference between Payslip and Paycheck
A paycheck, also spelled pay check or pay cheque, is traditionally a paper document (a cheque) issued by an employer to pay an employee for services rendered. In recent times, the physical paycheck has been increasingly replaced by electronic direct deposits to the employee’s designated bank account or loaded onto a payroll card. Employees may still receive a pay slip to detail the calculations of the final payment amount.
A payslip, pay stub, paystub, pay advice, or sometimes paycheck stub, is a document an employee receives either as a notice that the direct deposit transaction has gone through, or is attached to the paycheck. Each country has laws as to what must be included on a pay slip, but which would typically include details of the gross wages for the pay period and the taxesand any other deductions the employer is required to make by law; as well as other personal deductions such as retirement plan or pension contributions, insurances, garnishments, or charitable contributions taken out of the gross amount to arrive at the final net amount of the pay, also including the year to date totals in some circumstances.