Send “Pamasko” through PayMaya’s Digital Aguinaldo Service in Messenger - TeknoGadyet

Friday, December 22, 2017

Send “Pamasko” through PayMaya’s Digital Aguinaldo Service in Messenger

Christmas will never be the same, thus, godchildren are celebrating! PayMaya has introduced their “Digital Aguinaldo” service on Facebook Messenger, allowing users to send money gifts in a simple tap on their smartphones.

Send “Pamasko” through PayMaya’s Digital Aguinaldo Service in Messenger
Send “Pamasko” through PayMaya’s Digital Aguinaldo Service in Messenger

“Today, just like many facets of our modern lives, sending ‘aguinaldo’ to godchildren during Christmas has now become digital,” Paolo Azzola, Chief Operating Officer and Managing Director at PayMaya Philippines, said. “This is yet another way we are helping our account holders #ShareTheLove this Christmas, at the same time helping build a ‘cashless’ society in the Philippines through services that are relevant to Filipino culture.”

To send your aguinaldo in Messenger, just follow these steps:

First, if you already have a PayMaya account, you only have to link your account to Messenger by chatting to @PayMayaOfficial. If not, you can sign up for an account using any mobile number from all networks using Messenger.

Once the account is linked to Messenger, you can now upgrade your account, and load it on any top-up partners that PayMaya has nationwide. On that note, there are already more than 15,000 top-up stores available, including Robinsons Department Store Business Centers, SM Business Services, TouchPay kiosks, 7-Eleven, Cebuana Lhuillier, ExpressPay branches, Palawan Pawnshops, Shopwise, Wellcome, 2Go outlets, Petron stations along NLEX, and Smart Padala centers down to sari-sari stores in grassroots communities, and Unionbank ATMs.

To send an ‘aguinaldo,’ simply chat with @PayMayaOfficial in Messenger, click the “Promos & Gift” tab, and select the “Send Aguinaldo” option. Then, choose which Facebook friend will receive the money, and enter the amount of money to be sent.

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After tapping the “Pay” button, the user will be asked to enter their Facebook password. Once the person receives the money in Messenger, it automatically goes to their PayMaya account if they have already registered, or they can create one if they don’t have.

This feature is now available to Android users, and those with upgraded PayMaya accounts.

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