PayMaya Clic! Bazaar – the Convenience of Shopping without a Credit Card

The PayMaya Clic! Bazaar, a one-day market held at the Blue – Jade & Banyan Pavillon, Taguig, showcased both a tiangge of fashionable items (from clothes to jewellery to perfumes and home gadgets) and the tastiest food plus fun activities from 7am to 9pm. The first 150 shoppers who loaded up at least P100 got a Free PayMaya card. It is in these nimble-set-up markets that PayMaya, a payment portal via a virtual credit card you can top up (and an optional physical card), can showcase to the public the convenience of paying for goods through merchants (who accept purchases via PayMaya-compatible POS) with just a PayMaya virtual card. PayMaya is the perfect alternative for people who have or do not wish to be hassled with a credit card.

To register your own PayMaya virtual credit card, download the app on iOS and Android. The PayMaya physical card can also be topped up with Beep credits to act as an MRT stored credit card. Gamers, freelancers, and OFWs can link their PayPal accounts to their PayMaya accounts for online purchases, fund transfers, and withdrawals at local banks.

The PayMaya Clic! Bazaar was held on September 30, 2016.

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