Sending money to your family
We see all of you hardworking breadwinners, and we actually designed Scheduled Transfers with your needs in mind. It’s now easier to secure your family’s needs as long as you have a relative with a local bank account. Now you only have to inform your family about your scheduled date of transfer.
Paying recurring bills
If you’ve experienced the horror of receiving a past-due bill message, we feel you. It’s even worse when you really meant to pay but forgot to do so. With scheduled transfers, you’ll hopefully never encounter this issue again. You can set and forget payment schedules to billers that accept bank transfers as payment, such as realtors, insurance, tuition deposits, cable, internet, and more.
Paying friends back
If you’re in your early stages of adulting, you’ve probably experienced borrowing a friend’s credit card for concert tickets or gadgets because you didn’t have your own. Or maybe you have a friend who booked flight tickets for your squad and now you have to pay in installments. Whatever it is, paying back money you owe becomes easier with scheduled transfers. Simply make an agreement with your friend on how much and how often you can make transfers, until you pay back the full amount.
Paying your rent
With everyone’s fast-paced lifestyle, it’s too easy to forget paying your rent. Set up scheduled transfers to your landlord or landlady so you can tick rent payments off your to-do list for the foreseeable future. You’ll never have to play the recall game on whether you’re paid, and it keeps you in good standing with your lessor.
Paying everything else in installments
Installment payments often apply to gadgets and appliances. But there are a ton of other items you can pay installments on like furniture, condos, and even hotel rooms, as long as you make the proper arrangements. One way to do it is by asking the seller if they are willing to accept scheduled bank transfers. Once they agree, setting up your payments via GCash is the smoothest part.