Jenny, a twenty-something-year-old, writes about how to use financial software.
Amongst all the popular online financial apps available today in the Philippines, GCash is definitely one of the biggest and most convenient. The GCash app is made by Globe Telecom, designed as a virtual wallet that offers a long list of services including bill payments, online shopping, online banking (GSave), loading, investments and many more. And one of its useful features is 'Send Money' that allows us to instantly send money to any GCash user and various banks in the Philippines in just a few short steps.
Are you interested in using this GCash feature today? Let me help you by listing down the easy step-by-step procedure on how you can conveniently send money to anyone and anywhere using the GCash app without any charges.
Don't have a GCash account yet? Use my link and register to enjoy more useful services from GCash today.
After successfully logging in on the GCash app with your MPIN, select the 'Send Money' icon from the list of GCash main services.
Choose which type of method you want to choose. You can select "Express Send," "Send with a Clip," or "Send Ang Pao" to send money to another GCash account. For this particular tutorial, I will select 'Express Send.' You can also choose to send money to any of the banks listed on the app.
|Send Money Options||Variations|
Quickly send money to another GCash account (can also add a message for the recipient)
Send with a Clip
Send money with an attached message, image, video or audio for the recipient
Send Ang Pao
Send money with your message and any of the virtual 'ang pao' (Chinese lucky envelope) designs.
Send Money from GCash to Any of the Following Banks
BPI / BPI Family Savings Bank / BPI Direct Banko
United Coconut Planters Bank (UCPB)
Dungganon Bank (A Microfinance Rural Bank). Inc.
Paymaya Philippines, Inc.
BDO Unibank, Inc. / BDO Network Bank
Philippine Savings Bank
East West Rural Bank, Inc.
Philippine Business Bank, Inc., A Savings Bank
Metropolitan Bank and Trust Co.
Asia United Bank Corporation
China Bank Savings, Inc.
Philippine Trust Company
LandBank of the Phils.
Philippine Bank of the Philippines
Equicom Savings Bank, Inc.
Philippine Veterans Bank
Security Bank Corporation
AllBank (A Thrift Bank), Inc.
ING Bank N.V.
Quezon Capital Rural Bank
Union Bank of the Phils.
Isla Bank (A Thrift Bank), Inc.
Robinsons Bank Corporation
Philippine National Bank (PNB) / PNB Savings Bank
Bank of Commerce
Malayan Bank Savings and Mortgage Bank, Inc.
Sterling Bank of Asia, Inc. (A Savings Bank, Inc.)
China Banking Corporation
Cebuana Lhuillier Rural Bank, Inc.
Maybank Philippines, Inc.
Sun Savings Bank, Inc.
East West Banking Corporation
CTBC Bank (Phils.) Corporation
UPCB Savings Bank
Rizal Commercial Banking Corporation (RCBC)
Partner Rural Bank (Cotabato), Inc.
Wealth Development Bank
Enter the GCash registered number of the person you want to send money to. If the number was already listed in the contact list on your phone, tap the blue "contacts" icon on the right side to quickly select the number. You can type the amount you intend to send or simply select from the list. Check the information you've entered and then press "Done."
For the confirmation page, check the amount, and the name and number of the person you are sending money to. There is also a given space where you can type your desired message for the recipient. When you're done, tap "Confirm."
After a few seconds, a notification will flash on your screen. This means that the money was successfully sent to the recipient. You can screenshot or download this using the button on the upper right side of the page to serve as your receipt. You will also receive a text message notification confirming the transaction.
Congratulations! You have now sent money using the GCash app in five short steps, easy and hassle-free. Do you want to know other useful GCash features? You can also read the following GCash-related articles:
- How to Pay Your Meralco Bill Using the GCash App
- How to Pay Your PLDT Home DSL/Fibr Bill Using the GCash
This content is accurate and true to the best of the author’s knowledge and is not meant to substitute for formal and individualized advice from a qualified professional.
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