How to Become Member of FOPSCo?


  • A Filipino citizen 
  • At least 18 years old
  • With capacity to contract
  • Within the common bond and field of membership
  • Must be an Online Professional, Aspiring Freelancer who graduated from any DICT or any online freelancing course.  (If MSME – Associate Member only)

The Process


Fill up the application form


Watch the Pre-Membership Seminar video


Pay the registration fee

Membership Fee P1,000 (lifetime)
Share Capital ( minimum of 10 shares @P100/share) P1,000
TOTAL P2,000

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Frequently Asked Questions

What kinds of membership does FOPSCo have?

  1. Regular Members – Currently providing services online – Fully Paid their membership
  2. Associate Members (Freelancers) – Aspiring online service providers/recent graduates of any online courses – Not yet Fully Paid on their membership Fee and required share capital – Can become regular members once they work online and paid in full their membership fee and required share capital
  3. Associate Members (Freelancers) – Currently own a business that sells any product online – Small and medium-scale entrepreneurs who want to have an online presence – NO provision to become regular members

What is the expected for the member and their responsibilities?

Every member shall have the following duties:

  • Pay the installment of his/her share capital subscription as it falls due and to participate in the capital build-up and savings mobilization activities of the Cooperative;
  • Patronize the Cooperative’s business(es) and services;
  • Participate in the membership education programs;
  • Attend and participate in the deliberation of all matters taken during general assembly meetings; This will be the basis of project assignment. Observe and obey all lawful orders, decisions, rules and regulations adopted by the Board of Directors and the general assembly; and
  • Promote the purposes and goals of the Cooperative, the success of its business, the welfare of its members and the cooperative movement in general.
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