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How Well Did You Go With PayMaya Last Year? Here’s My 2020 Cashless Lifestyle Report (And You Can Check Yours, Too!)

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Did you know that you can now check how much cashback you’ve earned last year from PayMaya? Your 2020 Cashless Lifestyle Report is now available on the PayMaya app, where you can get an overview of your favorite cashless transactions, your total Balik Bayad earnings, the months you’ve rocked the cashless lifestyle the most, and so much more!

How Well Did You Go With PayMaya Last Year? Here's My 2020 Cashless Lifestyle Report (And You Can Check Yours, Too!) | Skip The Flip

How Well Did You Go With PayMaya Last Year? Here’s My 2020 Cashless Lifestyle Report (And You Can Check Yours, Too!)

Here’s a quick guide to help you view your 2020 Cashless Lifestyle results:

  • Make sure to update your PayMaya app. You may use this link for iOS, and this link for Android.
  • Open your PayMaya app and click the Cashless Lifestyle Banner.
  • Check your results and share them on social media!

Are you curious about how I did the last year? Here’s my report:

How Well Did You Go With PayMaya Last Year? Here's My 2020 Cashless Lifestyle Report (And You Can Check Yours, Too!) | Skip The Flip

How Well Did You Go With PayMaya Last Year? Here's My 2020 Cashless Lifestyle Report (And You Can Check Yours, Too!) | Skip The Flip

Truly, #CashbackIsReal with PayMaya! With PayMaya, I was able to conveniently:

✔️ Send money 💵
✔️ Buy load 📱
✔️ Scan-to-pay QR codes 🛒
✔️ Pay bills 📃
✔️ and do so much more! 👍

I hope you can check out this cool new feature and join me and PayMaya in the #BalikBayadChallenge by posting your total 2020 cashback from PayMaya on social media. If you’re planning to share this with your friends, please don’t forget to use the official hashtags: #BalikBayadChallenge and #CashbackIsReal.

PayMaya is the only end-to-end digital payments ecosystem enabler in the Philippines with platforms and services that cut across consumers, merchants, communities, and government. Through its enterprise business, it is the largest digital payments processor for key industries in the country including “every day” merchants such as the largest retail, food, gas, and eCommerce merchants as well as government agencies and units.

Through its app and wallet, PayMaya provides over 28 million Filipinos with access to financial services. Customers can conveniently pay, add money, cash out or remit through its over 200,000 digital touchpoints nationwide.

Excited to see your Balik Bayad story!

You Don’t Have PayMaya Yet?

Send money, buy load, scan-to-pay, and more! Register now and upgrade your account using the invite code: VE6WM229J8KQ

You’ll receive a ₱50 gift bonus after your first Add Money transaction is verified. Click here to begin.

ALSO READ: Nine Features Of PayMaya That Make Everyone Love It

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Philip Andrew Mayol
I'm a freelance digital content creator. I write online for blogs full-time, and sometimes press materials for companies. I also conduct workshops and seminars for content creation and smartphone photography. I'm a Computer Engineer and have worked professionally as a Leadership and Management Trainer and Coach for a BPO company in Cebu City for 5 years.

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I'm a blogger, a crazy kid, and a happy piece of a blob. My star sign is on the cusp of the Crab and the Lion. I am Julian.
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