It used to be super hard to shop, book a trip, or buy a game online. If you don’t have a credit card, you don’t get to enjoy these conveniences that the Internet offers. Aside from that, you can’t even experience the comfort of traveling in the metro via Uber.
You probably used to borrow a friend’s credit card so you can just buy that amazing shoes that just went on sale, or book for a much-deserved break on an island with a pristine beach, or buy the latest installment of your favorite online game. That is a good workaround, but when a friend is busy and can’t be bothered for this, do you just let the chance of getting the best deals pass?
The answer is NO.
Because now, you can hack this problem with PayMaya.
PayMaya is an app where you can get an instant virtual Visa card that you can use much like a credit card. It will allow you to shop, book a trip, or buy a game online. It is also accepted by Uber. It’s free to download and super hassle-free to use because after downloading, you can use it immediately.
However, it isn’t a credit card so you won’t have to worry about incurring huge debt due to uncontrolled spending. It is much like a debit card and you need to top it up with funds in order to make purchases. This way, you can control your spending and you’ll just spend within your means.
PayMaya has tens of thousands of top up centers including Ministop, 7-Eleven, Robinsons Department Store, The SM Store, BDO, Smart Money, and Smart Padala.
A lot of people have already been using PayMaya. Apparently, the top purchases so far include:
PayMaya Philippines launched #NowNation campaign.
PayMaya’s latest brand ambassadors include DJ Carlo Atendido, Seph Cham, Camille Co, Chichi Tullao, Alyssa Valdez, and Jonas Roque.
Benjie Fernandez, co-COO of PayMaya Philippines and COO of Voyager Innovations
Paolo Azzola, Managing Director and co-COO of PayMaya Philippines
Online shoppers can now splurge with the best deals even without a credit card with PayMaya.
Travelers who used to be hindered of not having a credit card are now given better access to exploring the world with the use of PayMaya. Now, you can book a trip and even accommodation using it.
And gaming… PayMaya is actually Mineski-approved.
Have you tried PayMaya? How was your experience with it?