I can’t surmise the countless ways Gcash has saved me. Since I first discovered it I’ve used it almost every single day. You name a GCash feature and I’ve used it. I’ve been such a consistent user that I have GCash Credit and Investment. I use it to load, send money, pay bills and so much more.
I’ve hooked up my GCash to a few payment options so that I hardly have to bring cash outside. That’s how convenient it has been for me.
1.IT’S FAST AND EASY
My PayPal account is connected to my GCash and transfers are real time. Isn’t that awesome? As long as I have a reliable internet connection I can send myself money through GCash and pay for that last minute purchase or send my teens money especially in emergencies.
I send my kids their baon through the GCash app which goes to their very own debit cards. There’s only a Php20 fee to withdraw.
I can also send money to other banks for payments, purchases, etc. Best of all I get receipts for each transaction and text messages for each and every activity done through my GCash.
Paying bills has been so much easier. Another cool feature which I find myself using a lot of the time is paying for my electricity, internet and more using my GCash Credit. It’s great that I have a fall back when money is tight.
It also serves as a debit card so I pay for purchases with my card or via the QR code. We celebrated Jael’s graduation (above) and I used my GCash to pay for it. I love merchants who accept GCash!
3.IT HAS A HOST OF OTHER FEATURES
I always make sure to load my teens so they can get in touch with me through text or PM. I send load to them weekly and I love how the different load promos are just a tap away. With every load sent I get rebates as well.
I’ve started investing through their Invest feature and you can start with as low as Php50. My next goal is to do some saving with their Save feature.
4.IT OFFERS PROMOS AND PERKS
Using GCash is not just easy and reliable, it’s fun too! Users get to enjoy perks and discounts from favorite stores to food vouchers at popular restaurants.
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