GCash is a mobile wallet app and financial services platform in the Philippines. It allows users to perform various financial transactions such as mobile payments, bill payments, money transfers, and even investments through their smartphones.
GCash has become increasingly popular for its convenience and the wide range of services it offers to its users. It’s a useful tool for managing finances and making digital payments in the Philippines.
Now, to assist its consumers with cashless transactions, GCash has introduced a prepaid debit card in collaboration with Visa.
Customers can use the GCash Card to make cashless purchases at grocery stores, restaurants, retail establishments, on public transportation, and online.
The card may be used in more than 200 countries and territories and at more than 100 million entities that accept Visa thanks to the collaboration with Visa.
The GInsure service, which offers free insurance of up to P20,000 coverage for fraudulent transactions for the first 30 days following activation, is available to those who have signed up for the GCash Card.
Additionally, this covers the P185 cost of a new card in the case that one is accidentally lost or damaged, as well as the P225 delivery charge.
The card will be beneficial for Filipinos with unofficial sources of income, such as independent contractors and freelancers, as well as micro and small businesses, according to G-Exchange President and CEO Ren-Ren Reyes.
GCash is giving every Filipino, whoever or wherever they are, the benefits of owning a card, especially those with no bank accounts or documents typically required to apply for a card.
How to use the prepaid debit card?
Fully verified GCash users can obtain the card by selecting “View all” and then going to the “Manage” section. Then users can select “Cards” and then “Order a GCash Card” from the menu.
Source: ABS-CBN News
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