One of the tasks I like doing the least is going to the bank. I have to drive, park, get in line, and wait. It’s very time-consuming… so if I can do it remotely somehow, it would be a lot better. That said, I’m so happy that with GCash, all I need to do bank transactions is my smartphone and the app. Imagine, I can do bank errands while doing house chores!
But first you have to Cash in. There are numerous ways of cashing in or moving money to your GCash account. You can cash in from local and international accounts.
- Open your GCash app and select Cash in.
- Choose from over-the-counter methods (Palawan Express, LBC, Bayad Center, etc) or online banking methods, which can also be found under Bank Transfer.
- If you are transferring money to GCash from an international account, choose from one of the remittance options. GCash has partnered with money transfer channels such as Western Union, Moneygram, and AlipayHK.
- If you choose over-the-counter cash-in, you can choose from 15,000 partner outlets that will accept transfers to your GCash account.
- If you prefer to do online banking, there are 36 banks that will allow you to link your bank account with GCash so you can move your money from your bank to your app. Just check if your bank charges fees for such transfers.
- As of July 2019, the cash-in limit is P50,000 per day — which should be enough to cover most daily transactions.
When you have money in your GCash account, you can do other things aside from sending money. You can pay bills, shop online, and/or save money via GSave. The best part? You don’t even have to go out of the house!
By the way, GCash is available on and for all networks, not just Globe.
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