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PayMaya - GoodWorkPHGoodWork PH announces its partnership with PayMaya to provide its customers with safer and more convenient payment options on the GoodWork app.

“With the partnership between GoodWork and PayMaya, we’re not only making life easier for Filipino households but we are also giving them more options to pay in a safe and secure manner.”

 

– GoodWork CEO Andrew Koger

The COVID-19 pandemic has prompted more individuals to switch to cashless transactions in order to prevent the spread of the virus as it reduces human contact.

PayMaya President Shailesh Baidwan said in a statement:

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“We’re happy to partner with GoodWork PH in bringing payment convenience and safer transactions to its customers nationwide. As GoodWork provides various household services, the availability of PayMaya’s cashless payment solutions makes the booking experience safer and more convenient for both customer and service worker.”

Using the PayMay Checkout payment gateway, GoodWork can now accept credit and debit cards, and prepaid card payments from customers who want to pay with Visa, Mastercard, or JCB on the GoodWork app.

Aside from that, customers can also now Pay with PayMaya when booking services in the GoodWork app. They only need to select PayMaya as payment option upon checkout and enter their PayMaya-registered mobile number. They’ll receive a One-Time Pin via SMS to verify their payment.

PayMaya users can get a 1%, 10%, or 100% cashback on their PayMaya app every time they Pay with PayMay on the GoodWork app.

GoodWork.ph is the top mobile app for Home Services in the Philippines. with a mission of making quality services accessible and affordable for Filipinos, they offer services across a wide range of categories – home cleaning, laundry, nail services, hair services, and many more.

To know more about PayMaya’s products and services, click here.

Emman has been writing technical and feature articles since 2010. Prior to this, he became one of the instructors at Asia Pacific College in 2008, and eventually landed a job as Business Analyst and Technical Writer at Integrated Open Source Solutions for almost 3 years.