Smart Padala by PayMaya’s Claim Anywhere service allows customers to walk in and collect funds at any of the over 40,000 Smart Padala agents across the country.
With this new Claim Anywhere service, all the sender needs to do is to provide the recipient’s mobile number, and the funds can easily be claimed by their recipient at any Smart Padala agent anywhere in the country. Customers don’t have to pay additional charges on top of the transaction fee to avail of this convenient option. Smart Padala by PayMaya customers just need to follow these simple steps:
- At the Smart Padala agent customers can choose the Claim Anywhere service to send money.
- The sender provides his ID, the recipient’s name and mobile number, as well as the funds and transaction fee.
- Both sender and receiver will receive a text message confirmation with the claim reference number.
- The receiver provides the claim reference number to any Smart Padala agent to claim the funds.
Load your PayMaya account at any Smart Padala agent
PayMaya now allows users to send money to Smart Padala centers nationwide
“The launch of our new Claim Anywhere service underscores Smart Padala by PayMaya’s commitment to providing a truly PadaLapit Lang experience to Filipinos, especially during this critical time when receiving remittances in a safe, convenient, and timely manner is of the utmost importance,” said Shailesh Baidwan, president, PayMaya. “With Smart Padala’s extensive network of agent touchpoints covering 92% of the cities and municipalities across the country, it is now easier for our suki to claim the much-needed funds from their loved ones, wherever they are in the country.”
PayMaya is an end-to-end digital payments ecosystem enabler in the Philippines, with platforms and services that cut across consumers, merchants, communities, and government. As of end-March 2021, it provides more than 35 million Filipinos with access to financial services through its consumer platforms.
Smart Padala by PayMaya network serves as last-mile digital financial hubs in communities, providing the unbanked and underserved access to digital services.