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Five Simple Life Hacks That Will Save You Time and Money using GCash

It’s hard to keep up with the dizzyingly fast-paced world we live in. Truth be told, you miss out on one or two things (such as your phone and electricity bill) and suddenly you find yourself buried under a pile of problems and struggling to catch up because there’s just so little time yet so much to do.

So how do you find the perfect balance between living your life and tending to your responsibilities? After all, so much of our time is wasted stuck in traffic or queueing up in long lines to pay the bills, knowing our time could be spent better elsewhere.

 

Thankfully, there is now an easier way to keep up with the gruelling demands of daily life and it’s just right in the palm of your hands — with GCredit and GScore, which is now available for all GCash users. This means even if you’re caught in a bad time in between making ends meet and facing the possibility of missing out on a due date, you are now enabled by a powerful financial tool to help you get over those hurdles.

 

And there are plenty of other things you can do to save yourself some time and money with GCredit. So, here are just five simple life hacks you can do with this new feature:

 

  1. Pay your bills anytime, anywhere.

Paying the bills could sometimes be tedious and time-consuming. We’ve all been there. Stuck in long lines, waiting for our number to be called. This is especially frustrating when you know your time could be better spent elsewhere.

 

But with GCredit, long queues are a thing of the past. Whether you’re at home or on the go, you now have the option to pay your bills anytime, anywhere, leaving you to direct your focus to other more productive endeavours. Just choose GCredit as a payment option when paying for your bills through the GCash app.

 

  1. Forgot to bring cash? Fret not.

Don’t you just hate it when you forget to bring some cash with you? Thankfully, with GCash and GCredit you won’t have to make an ATM run every little time you’re short on cash. So, even if you find yourself cashless and waiting in line to pay for groceries,  you can keep your peace of mind and not worry about having to leave the line and spend even more time to withdraw. You can simply scan the GCash QR to pay.

 

  1. Boost your budget for last minute purchases at minimal interest charge

Having GCredit allows you to have a little more extra — extra funds for emergencies or to reward yourself after a long tiring day at your favorite cafe, or something to bring home to your child for a job well done in school. Just having that “extra” readily available makes a hard day much easier to bear.  And what’s more, paying for GCredit is also easy on the pocket! It has a maximum interest of 5% in 30 days, prorated based on the number of days you borrowed. Which means if you borrowed P 1,000 for 5 days, you will only pay P 8.33 for interest. And the earlier you pay back your credit, the lower the interest rates will be!

 

  1. Apply for a loan with just a few taps on your phone

No need to submit tons of documents or take hours to fall in line and fill out forms – all you need is GCash! Get fully verified, keeping using the GCash App to increase your GScore and get access to GCredit and start enjoying what it’s like to start living in a cashless society.

 

  1. Never worry about forgetting your due date.

It happens to the best of us. There are times when we simply forget to make our payment,  and the thing about missing out on a due date is that it eventually adds up.  But don’t worry, with GCredit, you get reminded before your bill is due and on your due date.

 

So if you find yourself in a tight bind or just need to reward yourself and your loved ones, GCredit is here for you, helping make things easier so you spend more time with what matters most to you. Download the GCash App today. Enjoy GCredit!

 

GCash is available for download on the App Store and Google Play.

For more information, kindly visit https://fuselending.com/gcredit/faq.

 

 

Christian Melanie Lee is a freelance social media manager and web developer. She also devoted her time managing her food blog, and music/concert blog. One of the Hootsuite Ambassador for the Philippines since 2014 and former social media manager for the local band, The Itchyworms. Follow her on Twitter and Instagram.