GCash, the leading mobile wallet in the country, is offering a new way for small entrepreneurs to grow their business.
The company said sari-sari store owners can earn up to P10,000 a month as GCash Pera Outlet.
“Becoming a GCash Pera Outlet means your sukis in your barangay don’t need to travel far to go to a bayad center or convenience store,” GCash said.
“They can avail all of what GCash has to offer, such as Cash In, Cash Out, Pay Bills and Send Money, all through your sari-sari store. Non-GCash users can also claim GCash Padala sent to them through your Pera Outlet,” it said.
The company said that a GCash Pera Outlet operator can get an increased wallet size of up to P500,000 and cash-in is free via GCash agents as well as commission or bonuses from each transaction.
“Signing up is simple too, because it’s all done through your GCash app. Look for ‘GCash PO’ under business services on your GCash dashboard, fill up the application form and submit your business registration,” GCash said.
“Wait for final approval within five to seven business days and once approved, your assigned GCash distributor agent will deliver tarps and posters, so the whole barangay knows they can go to your store to avail of GCash these services,” it said.
Through the GCash app, customers can easily buy load; pay bills at over 600 partner billers in the app; pay at more than 7,000 online partners; send and receive money anywhere in the Philippines.
GCash users can also pay using QR codes at over 130,000 partner merchants nationwide; save money while earning interest; and invest money at local and global funds—all through the convenience of their smartphones.
GCash is part of the portfolio companies of 917Ventures, the largest corporate incubator in the Philippines wholly-owned by Globe Telecom Inc.
GCash was recognized by The Asian Banker in 2021 for its outstanding financial inclusion programs impacting more than 40 million Filipinos in the country today.
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