Digital financial services provider PayMaya has waived cash-in fees at over 55,000 online and physical touchpoints nationwide, making it easier for consumers to use their e-wallet anytime, anywhere. This is in line with making financial services more accessible and convenient to all Filipinos, especially during heightened community quarantine measures across the country.
PayMaya users can now cash in for free via BPI online, Ministop, and PayMaya’s agent network arm, Smart Padala. Those with BPI accounts can quickly add funds for free by simply linking their BPI account to their PayMaya e-wallet. PayMaya users can enjoy free cash in at over 400 Ministop branches across the country, allowing them to save as much as P200 on fees.
To make its services more accessible at the grassroots community level, PayMaya has tapped its e network of over 55,000 Smart Padala agent touchpoints nationwide to provide free cash-in services to PayMaya app users. As an additional incentive, PayMaya is also giving a 100% cashback on the Smart Padala service fee until Aug. 31, 2021, every time app users cash-in to their accounts. This cashback promo is valid for cash amounts of P10,000 and below.
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“Millions of Filipinos are using the PayMaya app for their everyday transactions such as sending money to loved ones, paying for utilities, buying airtime load, shopping online, and for purchasing for groceries and other essentials,” said Shailesh Baidwan, president, PayMaya. “That’s why providing our customers with more accessible ways to add funds to their accounts is important. Through our extensive cash-in network across the country and free cash in channels, PayMaya is the easiest and most convenient way for Filipinos to embrace digital payments,”
PayMaya is an end-to-end digital payments ecosystem enabler in the Philippines, with platforms and services that cut across consumers, enterprises, communities, and government. Through its enterprise business, it is the leading payments processor for merchants in key industries such as retail, food, transportation, utilities, and eCommerce.