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Using PayMaya’s send money feature is a quick and convenient way to send money from your PayMaya account to users with a BPI DirectBanko account. Whether it is transferring cash to a friend, a family member, a business contact, or a merchant selling goods or services, sending money is just a few taps away. Simply log in to your PayMaya account, add money, and send money in no time at all!
There is no better way to send money than using an easy-to-use, safe, and user-friendly digital platform like PayMaya. PayMaya makes everything convenient by having a send money feature integrated with the digital services of over 40 of the country’s most trusted banks. These include BPI Direct BanKo, Inc., A Savings Bank, is a subsidiary wholly owned by the Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI). Enjoy the following benefits when you send money from PayMaya to BPI DirectBanko and other banks:
Safe and secure money transfers that are compliant with global standards.
Ability to send money to more than 40 local bank partners.
Fast transactions—your recipient can receive the money in as little as a few seconds
Hassle-free transactions without the need to physically queue in a bank branch.
Round-the-clock availability—you’re not limited to transact within banking hours!
Up to PHP 20,000 per send money transaction.
Bank Transfers to BPI DirectBanko Are Easy When You Have the PayMaya App!
Simple transactions like bank transfers need not be so complicated in this day and age. When you have the PayMaya app, it only takes a few taps on your screen to complete a transaction. Send money from PayMaya to BPI DirectBanko today, and experience the difference for yourself.
The Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI) is a name that needs no introduction in the Philippines. It is the first bank not only in the Philippines but also in Southeast Asia, opening its doors in 1851 as El Banco Español Filipino de Isabel II. BPI Direct BanKo, Inc., a Savings Bank (or BanKo) was formed after a merger between BPI's two thrift bank units, namely the BPI Direct Savings Bank and the BPI Globe BanKo. The former originally operated as the first internet based bank in the Philippines, becoming a boon to Filipinos based abroad who wanted a way to manage their bank accounts in the Philippines. The latter unit, on the other hand, blazed a trail for being the first mobile phone-based savings bank in the country while at the same time establishing itself as the microfinance-focused subsidiary of BPI.
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