Team Out of Town Blog Hub (www.outoftownblog.com) – There are now more ways to cash in to your PayMaya account for FREE as PayMaya and Robinsons Retail team up to allow free cash in at your go-to grocery stores, convenience stores, and drug stores under the Robinsons Supermarket group.
Going cashless is so much more convenient and hassle-free because you can easily cash in to your PayMaya account without additional charges at your go-to stores like Robinsons Supermarket, Robinsons Easymart, Shopwise, The Marketplace, No Brand, and Southstar Drug branches.
These establishments are the latest addition to the over 90,000 touchpoints that allow users to cash in to their PayMaya accounts for FREE. These cash in channels include BPI and Unionbank online banking via linked account, Ministop, Smart Padala agents, TrueMoney and now, hundreds of Robinsons group supermarkets, convenience stores, and drug stores nationwide. You can also receive a P20 cashback covering your transfer fee when you cash in to PayMaya via Instapay.
Cashing in at Robinsons Supermarket is easy – all you have to do is follow these simple steps:
- On your PayMaya app, select the “Cash In” icon on the home screen.
- Select the Robinsons Supermarket via Cashier icon
- Enter the desired amount then select “Continue”
- Go to a Robinsons Supermarket branch and inform the cashier that you want to cash in to your PayMaya.
- Present the generated barcode along with your payment to the cashier.
- Wait for an SMS confirmation before leaving the store.
Once you already have funds in your PayMaya account, you can now enjoy safe and convenient contactless transactions for your everyday needs – including purchasing your essentials in these Robinsons establishments where payment via PayMaya QR is accepted.
As an added treat, Robinsons Supermarket is also giving you an exclusive reward of P150 when you cash in at least P2,000 to your PayMaya account and #ScanToPay for your groceries worth at least P2,000 until December 31, 2021. You can enjoy this added perk once a month during the promo period to get up to P450, in total! Now, cashing in and shopping with your PayMaya is not only safe and convenient, it’s also made even more rewarding with this added perk!
“Our latest initiative with the Robinsons group is part of our continuing mission to make cashless payments even more accessible for Filipinos. With more free cash in channels available for our PayMaya users, we’re making it easier for people to use digital payments in their everyday transactions, especially for their daily needs,” said Pepe Torres, Chief Marketing Officer at PayMaya Philippines.
“Contactless payments is essential in providing our customers a safe and hygienic environment whenever they shop in our stores. We’re glad to work with PayMaya in promoting contactless transactions in our establishments with our free cash in channels and exclusive rewards for PayMaya users,” said Stanley Co, Managing Director of Robinson’s Supermarket Corporation.
Now that cashing in and paying with your PayMaya account is this easy and hassle-free, it’s time to get in on cashless payments! Download the?PayMaya?app at?https://official.paymaya.com/CAK1/425eb133?and register an account to start enjoying safe and convenient payments today.
PayMaya is the only end-to-end digital payments ecosystem enabler in the Philippines, with platforms and services that cut across consumers, merchants, communities, and government.
It provides?more than 38 million Filipinos access to financial services through its consumer platforms. Customers can conveniently pay, add money, cash out or remit through its over 300,000 digital touchpoints nationwide. Its Smart Padala by PayMaya network of over 55,000 partner agent touchpoints serves as last-mile digital financial hubs in communities, providing the unbanked and underserved access to digital services. Through its enterprise business, it is the largest digital payments processor for key industries in the country, including “every day” merchants such as the largest retail, food, gas, and eCommerce merchants, as well as government agencies and units.