Businesses are slowly opening their doors once more after some restrictions brought about by the lockdowns are being lifted in some areas of the country. If anything, this unfortunate situation has forced entrepreneurs to come up with creative solutions on how to move their products and offer their services, with many turning to social media and chat apps.
This is where PayMaya Negosyo comes in.
In a nutshell, PayMaya Negosyo is an app that enables merchants to quickly and easily receive QR and online payments from their customers. This is a much faster, more convenient and reliable manner of doing business as it does away with physically exchanging coins or bills of cash (or even handing over a credit card)—which could potentially increase the chances of transferring the virus that causes COVID-19 from one person to another.
Activating the app is easy. Business owners and entrepreneurs only need to download the PayMaya Negosyo app from Google Playstore and finish up the registration (personal info, mobile number, one valid ID, and a selfie in-app). For those who already have a PayMaya account, they just have to make sure that they register a different mobile number to PayMaya Negosyo.
Within 48 hours, they would receive a confirmation that their PayMaya Negosyo account is ready. This is envisioned to boost their businesses, as customers shift to online payments due to the pandemic.
Entrepreneurs can accept up to P250,000 every month. Funds collected through the app can then be transferred to the user’s bank account through the app’s Bank Transfer feature. The PayMaya Negosyo app can also process bank transfer payments from any InstaPay-participating bank and e-wallet in the Philippines.
The PayMaya Negosyo app is an ideal solution to just about any business—whether it’s a restaurant, food or grocery delivery service, or clothing store.
More so, it’s a very useful tool for online sellers—those who sell items on Facebook or Instagram, or even chat apps like Viber. This could very well also work for individuals who offer their freelance services online such as graphic designers or video editors.
Upgraded PayMaya users can easily pay any merchant using the PayMaya Negosyo app. They simply need the merchants’ QR codes (which, by the way, can be shared in social media pages and chat apps) and tap the ‘Send Money’ function of the PayMaya app.
PayMaya Negosyo is truly more than just an app. It’s a platform that could help entrepreneurs bounce back quickly from the challenges that the pandemic has brought about to just about everyone.
With PayMaya Negosyo, there’s one less thing to worry about because it’s business as usual—only better.
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