GGives: Easily Pay with Installments (Buy Now, Pay Later)

This post explains what GGives is, how it works, and how you can avail of this pay-by-installment scheme in GCash. I was in the drugstore looking to pay for my purchases via GCash when I saw a new QR design. And it mentioned paying via GGives or via GCredit. As GCash is notoriously secretive when … Read more

Secrets to Having Multiple GCash Accounts

Explore the different secrets behind having alternate accounts in GCash. GCash accounts are usually tied to only a mobile number. Once you create an account, you can then tie this account to a person via verification of KYC (Know-Your-Customer). Now some questions you may have about this are: can I create multiple GCash accounts? And … Read more

GLoan: Actual Cash Loans in GCash

GLoan is an easy way of getting cash loans withdrawable via ATM from GCash. The operator of GCash, Mynt is actually composed of two subsidiaries — GCash and Fuse Lending. The GCash company handles the e-wallet and everything under it, while Fuse Lending handles loan products. Before turning it over to CIMB, GCredit was also … Read more

7 Proven Tips to Increase Your GScore

Here are 7 tips on positively increasing your GScore for higher limits on your GCredit, GLoans, and GGives. As an advocate of GCash and digital wallets in general, I’m also subscribed to Facebook groups related to these topics. More often than not the topic of GScore comes up. Specifically, many are wondering why their GScore … Read more

GFunds: A Comprehensive Beginner’s Guide

GFunds allows you to invest easily in mutual funds within GCash, with some funds having minimum amounts as low as Php 50. What is GFunds? GFunds is a way for GCash users to invest their GCash wallet balance in mutual funds from partner providers. This is under the GInvest feature on the main page of … Read more

GScore and GCredit: Using Both to Your Advantage

GScore is a built-in credit score in GCash, and GCredit is a revolving credit line in GCash. Think about the people that don’t have access to credit. They are the ones who fall prey to loan sharks and other predatory lenders. They get bogged down by paperwork and¬†bureaucracy in government. They get refused by big … Read more