How To Load up or Add Money To PayMaya Account via Ministop or 711 Convenience Stores

Given the benefits of having a PayMaya account - like using it for paying bills without falling in line, loading up your prepaid mobile number, buying Diamonds for Mobile Legends, paying for your purchases at SM, among many others, it's understandable that more and more Filipinos are signing up for this service everyday.

If you've just opened an account and you're now wondering how you can add money to it to start making online transactions, let me show you an easy and convenient way to load up funds to your PayMaya wallet -- especially if there's a Ministop or 711 store branch near you.

How To Load Up or Add Money to Paymaya

Here's how you do it at Ministop:

1. Log-in to your PayMaya account.

2. On the homescreen, click on "Add Money" icon.

Paymaya Ministop

3. In Add Money page, tap on "Ministop".

4. Type in the amount that you wish to load up or add to your PayMaya wallet then click "Continue" button.


5. You will be given a Barcode that you will have to show at the Ministop cashier for payment. Once you've paid for it, the amount will automatically be reflected in your PayMaya account.


According to Mr. David Goh - Managing Director of Ministop, "This strategic partnership fortifies Ministop's strategy to accelerate our financial service offerings that bring convenience and proximity to our customers." He added, "Through PayMaya, our customers can now enjoy a safe and convenient cashless payment option via PayMaya QR as well as enjoy the add-money service at many of our 500 stores that is located nearest to them."

Now, if you prefer to load up via 711, the process is nearly identical.

Again, just go to "Add Money" page and tap on "7-Eleven" icon.

Paymaya 711

There, just type in the amount you want to load up and click Continue button. After which, you will get a barcode that you'll have to show to the 7-Eleven cashier when settling the amount.


PayMaya's move to partner with convenience stores to make it easier for users to load up their accounts is part of the company's efforts to enable more convenient, safer, and more rewarding cashless transactions, especially in these uncertain times because of the ongoing pandemic.

To quote Mr. Shailesh Baidwan, President of PayMaya, "With cashless fast becoming the default preference of consumers, we strive to make it more convenient for Filipinos to add money to their PayMaya accounts."

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