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How to Transfer Money from GCash Wallet to Philippine Banks

In case you want to know how to transfer money from your GCash wallet to a Philippine Bank account, please know that you need to have the Mobile App available in your smartphone to make a transaction. Here we share a step by step guide on how to transfer funds from your GCash to a PH Bank account.

When transferring funds to friends, family, or even to online sellers, everyone is looking to save on the transaction fees. With the technology that are now available to many, gone are the days when you have to walk out and queue at the remittance center counters. Now, it is possible to not only send money online through various apps and websites, but also to do so without paying a fee.

Just as how banks continue to improve their banking apps and employ both InstaPay and PesoNet for real-time transfers, Gcash wallet keeps adding new features that make monetary transactions easier and less of a hassle for the Filipino users. With their most recent improvements came easier options to Bill Payments, Save Money, Invest Money, and Gcredit, as well as a real-time transfer process from GCash wallet to several Philippine Banks.

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Guide: Transfer from Gcash to PH Bank Account

Here are the easy-to-follow steps to register and make real-time money transfers from your GCash wallet to any of GCash affiliate banks without a fee:

1. Login to the GCash app.

2. From the standby menu, choose BANK TRANSFERS.

3.Select where you want to transfer from among their partner banks. Here’s a list of Gcash Philippine bank partners where the transfer is available:

  1. BPI/BPI Family Savings Bank
  2. BDO Unibank, Inc.
  3. Metrobank
  4. Landbank
  5. Security Bank
  6. UnionBank
  7. PNB
  8. ChinaBank
  9. Eastwest
  10. RCBC
  11. UCPB
  12. PSBank
  13. AUB
  14. PBCOM
  15. DBP
  16. Allbank (A Thrift Bank), Inc.
  17. Bangko Mabuhay
  18. Bank of Commerce
  19. BPI Direct Banko
  20. Cebuana Lhuiller Rural Bank, Inc.
  21. ChinaBank Savings, Inc.
  22. CTBC Bank
  23. DCPay Philippines (coins.ph)
  24. Dungganon Bank
  25. Equicom Savings Banks
  26. ING Bank N.V.
  27. ISLA Bank
  28. Malayan Bank
  29. Maybank
  30. OmniPay, Inc.
  31. Partner Rural Bank (Cotabato), Inc.
  32. Paymaya Philippines
  33. Philippine Business Bank
  34. Philtrust Bank
  35. Philippine Veterans Bank
  36. PNB Savings Bank
  37. Quezon Capital Rural Bank
  38. Robinsons Bank
  39. Sterling Bank of Asia
  40. Sun Savings Bank
  41. UCPB Savings Bank, and
  42. Wealth Development Bank

4. Input the Amount, Account Name, Account Number, and the email address where you want to receive the receipt for the transfer.

5. Click SEND MONEY.

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What if you are not a registered GCash user?

If you are not a registered GCash user yet or if you are unsure, here are some additional steps you need to do first before you can make transfers:

  • Make sure you are a registered GCash user.

To check, dial *143#, look up GCash, and select REGISTER. If you are unregistered, you will be directed to the registration form, but if you are registered, it will just say, you are a registered GCash user.

  • Login to your GCash app using your 4-digit MPIN.
  • Verify your GCash account.

To make any money transfer transaction, you will need to have your account verified. To do so, login to the GCash app on your phone, click on the menu (signified by the three lines) on the top left of the mobile app, and click VERIFY NOW. You will need to fill out the form with the correct information and provide a valid government ID to upload after completing the form. Wait until you receive the text notification and/or until it shows FULLY VERIFIED on your GCash profile.

  • Make sure your GCash wallet has enough funds to cover the amount you need to transfer.

How to Fund your GCash Wallet

If you do not have enough funds, cash in options are available from the following locations:

  1. Over-the-Counter: TouchPay, eTap/Pay & Go, Shell Select, Puregold, Robinsons, SM, Cebuana Lhuiller, Villarica, Tambunting, Palawan Pawnshop, Globe Store, Bayad Center, ECPay, ExpressPay, Digipay, PERA HUB, 7-Eleven, and LBC Express
  2. Online Banking (via Preferred Banks): BPI, RCBC, UnionBank, Other Mastercard/Visa Bank Card, AUB, Maybank, Metrobank, PBCOM, and PSBank
  3. Remittance: Moneygram, Western Union, and Paypal

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