Paying for your BPI credit card bills has become easier thru GCash. There is no enrollment needed! However, if the bill is already overdue, it is best to pay it over the counter at any branch of the Bank of the Philippine Islands. Follow this tutorial on how to use GCash to pay for a […]
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GCash has a new feature! Users can now transfer GCash funds to bank accounts in the Philippines! How do you do that? The process is simple and we will teach you how to do it through this guide. Also watch the iSensey video tutorial of an actual fund transfer! First, you must make sure that […]
You can pay any BPI credit card using your BPI Express online access, but you need to enroll the credit card first before you can use the Bills Payment facility. Take note that you can enroll your own BPI credit card (cc), you can also enroll another person’s cc. iSensey shares this step by step […]
Table of Fees of PayMaya is listed on this post like reload charges, fee for making bills payment, transfer funds to another PayMaya account, and other info. PayMaya has several uses, for one if you have balance in your account, you can purchase discounted prepaid loads, send money to friends and family, you can also […]
Only a small percentage of Filipinos have a credit card. Have you applied for a credit card in the Philippines before? Or do you already have one? Credit card companies are very careful in approving credit card applications. The applicants credit history and present circumstances will have to be evaluated and reviewed if it meets […]
Are you interested in using Paycode to receive money or fund transfers for your BDO account? If you are, you need to create a Banco De Oro account paycode first, iSensey provides this tutorial on how to do this. If a BDO account holder wants to send money to your BDO account through online banking, […]
The Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas or BSP has launched the New Generation Currency (NGC) Coin Series. The lowest denomination is one centavo or isang sentimo and the biggest denomination is ten pesos. See picture above for reference. With the new coins introduction, some quarters are angry at the government for spending money to produce P0.01 […]