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Payment

Methods


1. RACSA Teller Booths

RACSA headquarters, 5th Ave, 1 St., Downtown, San José.

2. “ONLINE” Bill collector

 

Banco Nacional de Costa Rica

Through its extensive network of agencies throughout the country and payment via B.N internet Personal, at: www.bncr.fi.cr, B.N. Banca Telefónica 2212-2566 and at BN services.

Banco de Costa Rica
Through its extensive network of agencies throughout the country and payment via Internet at:
www.bancobcr.com

Banco Davivienda

Through its extensive network of agencies throughout the country and payment via Internet at:
www.davivienda.cr

Banca Promérica
Through its extensive network of agencies throughout the country and payment via Internet at:
www.promerica.fi.cr

Banca Improsa

Through its extensive network of agencies throughout the country and payment via Internet at:
www.improbank.com

Bac San José
Through its extensive network of agencies throughout the country and payment via Internet here.

Scotiabank

Through its extensive network of agencies throughout the country and payment via Internet at:
www.scotiabankcr.com

CoopeAlianza R.L.

Banco Popular

Payment via Internet at:
www.bancopopularcr.com

Banco Lafise
Through its extensive network of agencies throughout the country and payment via Internet at:
www.lafise.fi.cr

MUCAP

Coopeande
Through its extensive network of agencies throughout the country and payment via Internet at:
www.coopeande1.com

Teledolar

Servimas
Mas x Menos, Walmart, MaxiPalí y Pali  supermarkets

Perimercados, Jumbo and Supercompro supermarkets

Cadena de Farmacias Sucre

Correos de Costa Rica

Corporación de Farmacias Fischel (Fischel Pharmacies)

Providing RACSA’s account number and the amount to pay.

 

3. Automatic charges/other

 

Debit or Credit Cards
VISA – MASTER CARD – AMERICAN EXPRESS – POPULAR   other).

Bank account
Using Banco Nacional de Costa Rica P.A.R. system , authorizing RACSA and B.N.C.R Customer Service Departments to complete the process.

Bank account

Using SINPE in all financial institutions

Bank account

Banco de Costa Rica automatic debit system. Registration can be completed at: www.bancobcr.com  or at any of their offices throughout the country

 

 

 

Exchange policy by Central Bank of Costa Rica

 

According to the exchange policy implemented by the Central Bank on October 17, 2006, RACSA uses the reference exchange rate published by the Banco Central de Costa Rica and applicable to closing date of its billing processes, and in concordance the corresponding cycle.