There are several ways to withdraw money with Palawan Express, including by utilising GCash. The person must confirm that the transaction is permitted at the branch they are using. The next step is for the person to complete a form and verify their identity. Continue reading to learn How To Cash Out GCash In Palawan Express.
It is possible to cash out the funds after the nearest recipient has them in their GCash Wallet. Please make that your branch accepts GCash before assuming that all Palawan branches do. This is due to the fact that not all GCash Cash Out partners still work with Palawan Pawnshop and Palawan Express Pera Padala. The person will need to find a cash out partner like Tambunting, Villarica, or TrueMoney if they are unable to locate a branch that will permit them to pay out.
Make sure you have a verified GCash account before sending money to a recipient’s GCash Account. then adhere to these instructions:
Step 1: log into your GCash account
Step 2: Tap the send money option on your phone
Step 3: Select Express Send
Step 4: Now enter the recipient’s GCash mobile number or select the person from your contacts.
Step 5: Enter the amount to be sent and select next
Step 6: Confirm transaction details
Step 7: Select confirm
Step 8: Wait for sms confirmation.
Palawa Express withdrawal instructions are as follows:
Step 1: Locate the nearest branch
Step 2: Inform the cashier that you would like to cash out using GCash
Step 3: Make sure to circle GCash on the provided form when completing it.
Step 4: Give the form and a legitimate ID to the cashier.
Step 5: When GCash prompts you to, double-check what you just did.
Step 6: Gather your ID and cash. Before you leave, make sure to count the money.
According to GCash, any transaction made if you send or receive less than 8000 Ph is free. The transaction may take place over the counter, through an outlet, or through a pawnshop. Each transaction once the cap is met is subject to a 2% service charge. The charge is automatically subtracted from the amount that is moved between accounts. All over-the-counter GCash stores are subject to a 2% transaction service fee.
Philippines-based GCash is a mobile wallet that enables branchless banking and mobile payments. 2004 saw Globe Fintech Innovations introduce it (Now Mynt). The firm is owned by numerous corporations. More than 63000 partner merchants and over 20 million active users were present in 2019. This number has increased by a factor of two because of the epidemic and the shift to online payments. There are already 2.5 million merchant accounts and over 46 million active users. The business is currently the Philippines’ most widely used mobile wallet.