How to Transfer Money from BPI to PayMaya

Don’t know how to transfer money from BPI to PayMaya?

There are two main ways to do so. Here are they.

How to Transfer Money from BPI to PayMaya via the BPI App

If you have a BPI Mobile app, then you can transfer money there to a PayMaya account. Simply follow along:

Step 1: Open your BPI app and tap the menu icon

Step 2: Select Payments/load

Step 3: Select Load E-Wallet

Step 4: Select your BPI account, select Maya, enter the amount, and hit Next

Step 5: Enter your Mobile Key

Step 6: That’s it, you’ve just sent money from BPI to PayMaya

You can also transfer via InstaPay where you select Transfers from the BPI menu. The process is similar to the one we just provided above.

How to Transfer Money from BPI to PayMaya via the PayMaya App

If you prefer to cash in using the PayMaya app, the process is also hassle-free.

Step 1: Open the PayMaya app

Step 2: Tap Cash In

Step 3: Tap Bank Account

Step 4: Select BPI

Step 5: Enter the amount and continue

Step 6: You’ll be asked to login to your BPI mobile account

Step 7: Select the source account and hit Continue

Step 8: Confirm your transaction and enter the OTP

Step 9: That’s it

What are the Fees When Transferring from BPI to PayMaya?

Transferring money from BPI to PayMaya is free whether you do it via the PayMaya app or BPI mobile app.

But it’s free only for up to P10,000 per month. If you’ve gone past that limit, there’s a 2% transaction charge.

Why Transfer Money from BPI to PayMaya?

PayMaya is a digital wallet and BPI is a banking app which are two different things. So, what exactly can you do once you cash in money to your PayMaya from BPI?

  • Buy load
  • Pay bills
  • Buy crypto
  • Save your money
  • Send money


What is the BPI to PayMaya transfer limit?

For verified PayMaya users, they can send or receive money up to P100,000 per month. But for Super Users, they have a monthly wallet limit of P500,000.

For Basic users, they have a monthly limit of P50,000.

Is there a minimum cash in?

Yes, there’s a minimum cash in of P500 in PayMaya.

BPI to PayMaya delay – what to do?

Bank transfers should be real time in PayMaya. So, when there’s a delay, there’s likely a problem with the bank or the PayMaya system. Contact PayMaya customer service if this persists.

BPI to PayMaya transaction failed – what to do?

If your BPI to PayMaya transaction failed, you can try again. But make sure that you have the following checked:

  • Make sure you have a strong internet connection
  • Confirm if the details you provided are accurate
  • Check if there’s a system maintenance for BPI or PayMaya
  • Try transferring again after a few minutes

Final Thoughts

Transferring money from your bank account to PayMaya is a hassle-free transaction. No matter if it’s BPI or other banks, it’s never been easier to move money online.

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