Fintech company PayMaya recently launched its bold new campaign #TooGoodToBeNo2, after competition GCash achieved double unicorn status. PayMaya runs a consumer e-wallet app, an enterprise payment processing business, and a remittance agent network with Smart Padala.
For consumers though, PayMaya is popular for its cashback offerings.
Over the years, PayMaya has evolved from a payment platform into a lifestyle app offering various digital services. It also expanded its networks in partnership with Smart Padala nationwide.
PayMaya expands offerings with the launch of PayMaya Mall
PayMaya offers savings, cashback with #PayMayaPayDaySave
PayMaya offers free cash-in at 90,000, out of its over 110,000 cash-in touchpoints nationwide — whether at the sari-sari store with Smart Padala or go-to convenience stores like MiniStop, or supermarkets like Robinsons Supermarket, or through online transfers from banks using Instapay or via a linked BPI, RCBC, or Unionbank account.
Apart from cashing in for free, sending money to other PayMaya account users is also free – and when app users transfer funds from PayMaya to a bank account via Instapay, they earn a cashback of P15 to cover the fee. This promo is available until the end of the year. To get a full list of PayMaya’s free cash in channels, simply tap the “cash in” button on the app’s homepage, and check out the icons with the “No fees” sticker.
Widest billers and load items
PayMaya offers easy access to payment essentials — utility bills, credit card payments, government dues, and more — all with a few taps on the PayMaya app. It also gives access to hundreds of digital items — from prepaid load, gaming pins, digital subscription packages, and even digital vouchers.
Safer online shopping
PayMaya also hosts 360 brands and verified casual sellers.
With Maya Mall, shoppers can access a wide selection of brands in-app — from fast-food chains to grocery sites.
PayMaya has also made sure that buying from casual sellers who are also PayMaya users is easy and safe with the introduction of PayMaya Verified Sellers. Shoppers can easily check if the seller is legitimate. Just check the Verified Seller badge on the app’s confirmation screen right before paying. Shoppers can also find the list of PayMaya Verified Sellers on the Maya Mall.