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You can reload your RFID accounts instantly with PSBank Mobile

No need to wait for hours or days for the transaction to be completed

PSBank guarantees that you'll never have to wait long in reloading your RFID account. PHOTO BY MIGGI SOLIDUM

Today, there are lots of ways of reloading your RFID account. But many people may not know that before the whole drama with contactless payments exploded last year, you could already purchase toll credits using bank mobile apps. However, not all banks offered it. And those that did took at least one day for the load to be reflected.

In this day and age when cashless alternatives are in demand, that kind of waiting time simply isn’t going to work anymore. And so, Philippine Savings Bank is offering its clients the ability to reload their RFID accounts from its mobile app. The bank also guarantees that the transaction will be completed instantly.

The process of reloading is as easy as paying your bills using the mobile app. IMAGE FROM PSBANK

Simply enter your Autosweep or Easytrip account details on PSBank Mobile’s dedicated third party-account enrollment portal. Once done, you can create a reload transaction similar to how you’d pay for your bills. In addition, aside from having the choice of transferring funds immediately or at a later date, you can even schedule the reload as a recurring transaction.

You can load as little as P100 for both Autosweep and Easytrip accounts. But keep in mind that there is a P10 fee for every transaction, so it’s worth reloading in larger amounts. Interestingly, this service charge will be debited from your PSBank account for Autosweep transactions. The fee will be deducted from your Easytrip account for Easytrip payments.

PSBank Mobile can be installed on Apple and Android devices. Should you have any problems using the service, you may call the bank’s 24/7 hotline at (02) 8845-8888 or chat with a customer service representative at this website.



Miggi Solidum

Miggi is the managing editor of VISOR. Professionally speaking, he is a software engineering dude who happens to like cars a lot. And as an automotive enthusiast, he wants a platform from which he can share his motoring thoughts with fellow petrolheads.



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