PSBank Account Holders can now send money anytime with PaSend

Sending money from bank to bank is such a hassle with you going to the bank to deposit, and what if the recipient doesn’t have a bank account right? That’s why PSBank launches their newest service called PaSend, a new way of sending money to anyone, anytime and withdraw to any PSBank and MetroBank ATMs nationwide.

As compared to domestic remittance platforms, PSBank PaSend is competitively priced and doesn’t even require the recipient a bank account.

To avail of the Bank’s PaSend service, customers will have to access their accounts via the PSBank Mobile App and select the “Pa-Send” option. The sender will be prompted to provide the following details: PSBank source account, amount to be sent/remitted, a one-time nominated 4-digit number as PIN for the specific PaSend request (PIN1) and the beneficiary’s full name and mobile number.

After some process of validation, the Bank approves the transaction request and will automatically send to the intended beneficiary’s mobile number a one-time system-generated 6-digit PIN (PIN2) together with the remittance amount specified by the sender. To complete the transaction, the sender will have to convey or advise the one-time self-nominated PIN1 to the beneficiary who will then have to go to a PSBank or Metrobank ATM to get the cash via PaSend/Cardless Withdrawal option. Withdrawal of the funds will automatically generate for the sender appropriate email and/or SMS notifications confirming the completion of the transaction request.

A sender can send amounts in multiples of 100 with minimum set at Php 200 and maximum at Php 5,000 per transaction. No partial withdrawal is allowed, and the recipient must complete the transaction within a specific time period. PaSend transactions are subject to daily and monthly limits on both sender and beneficiary as applicable.  PaSend processing fee is minimal and non-refundable. The fee for ATM cash withdrawal is free for PSBank ATMs standard ATM fees apply for those using Metrobank ATMs. All fees are for the account of the sender.

“Around 77% of Filipinos do not have a bank account and while we are one with the industry in efforts to enhance financial inclusion in the country, the PaSend service hopes to address the growing need for a low-cost cash remittance service that will cover even those without an existing deposit account.,” PSBank Senior Vice President and Marketing Head Noel Tuazon said.

PaSend is just one of the various digital initiatives of PSBank consistent with staying true to its brand promise of keeping things “simple and maaasahan”. We like this approach since unlike with other platforms that you are forced to use their app, this one is simply going to any ATM of PSBank and MetroBank to withdraw and will even notify the sender if the money is sent successfully.