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JCI-Manila goes cashless with PayMaya


JCI-Manila is now powered by PayMaya through its payment gateway and PayMaya One device. In photo (from left): 2019 JCI-Manila Executive Treasurer Dino De Leon, 2019 JCI-Manila President Luis Angelo Sevilla, PayMaya Vice President and Head of Growth and Marketing Raymund Villanueva, and PayMaya Head of Public Affairs and Communications Nick Wilwayco.

THE Junior Chamber International (JCI)-Manila has stepped up its efforts to go cashless. After launching an online payment option on its website to gather donations for its projects and accept assessment fees and membership dues, it has availed of PayMaya One to accept any card payments and PayMaya and WeChat QR payments.

The PayMaya One is an all-in-one payments acceptance device that will allow the organization to accept any card payments as well as process PayMaya QR and WeChat QR transactions.

“We want to ensure that associations like JCI-Manila can accept any forms of payments for all their initiatives, whether it is for donations or sponsorships to their organization or fees from members,” said PayMaya Vice President and Head of Growth and Marketing Raymund Villanueva.

For his part, 2019 JCI Manila President Luis Angelo Sevilla said: “With this new payment channels that we have from PayMaya, we are confident that we would be able to efficiently get the support for all our initiatives.”

PayMaya has been equipping merchants and government agencies with PayMaya One as more Filipinos are preferring digital payments.

Recently, it has been tapped by the Professional Regulation Commission and Home Development Mutual Fund and merchants from Cebu for its digital payments solutions.

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Today’s Front Page January 18, 2020

Today’s Front Page January 18, 2020