GCash is one of the best apps I couldn’t live without. Ever since I installed this app, I couldn’t stress enough how it saves me a lot of time paying for my bills and the hassle of going to the banks to pay for my rent and other online transactions. In this post I will show you how to cash in to GCash via BPI online.
Here I’m gonna show you how to Cash In or Deposit to your GCash account so you could take advantage on its convenient features.
Here’s a Youtube video on how to cash in to Gcash via BPI.
Troubleshooting Cash In Problems
In some cases, you may encounter cash in problems in GCash. One time I cashed in a substantial amount but my balance hadn’t changed. I checked my BPI account online and it was already deducted.
If this happens, the best way to ask for help is thru GCash Twitter page. They are quick to respond and normally the issues are resolved in 4 hours or less based on my experience.
Other GCash Cash In Methods
There are other methods to cash in on GCash. These are some that you can use if you don’t have a BPI account. Preferably, online banks are the most convenient as you can do it anywhere as long as you have an internet connection.
Over the Counter (OTC) and Remittance Partners are the worst as it defeats the purpose of doing it “online” to avoid the hassle of going out and saving your travel time.
Hence, it could be your last resort. In terms of lead time, OTC is way better than remittances. The former is real time while the latter would take hours to make the transaction.
MasterCard / Visa Bank Card
Over the Counter
With few taps on your smartphone you could take advantage of what technology has to offer. Indeed, it could improve human lives especially this COVID-19 pandemic. It saves us time and money. This is the best benefit of using a smartphone.
Although I encountered issues recently, it is nothing compared to the convenience it has given to millions of people every day. How about you? Have you had any issues with GCash? Comment your experience below and I’ll be glad to help.
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