Like any other e-wallet application, PayMaya also has a wallet limit depending on your verification level.
PayMaya has reminded users to keep this limitation in mind before cashing into their accounts.
If you want to know how to increase the PayMaya limit to 500k, continue reading below.
Limits in Paymaya
PayMaya account limits apply to all users, whether you are a new user with Basic Account, Upgraded, or a Super User.
If you are a Basic User, you cannot withdraw your funds from any ATM send money or bank transfers.
You also cannot cash in using your Visa or MasterCard, as well as over-the-counter transactions at BPI and BDO.
You can check your limits under Account Limits in the PayMaya app.
Can I increase my PayMaya limit?
Yes, you can immediately increase your PayMaya limit right after signing up or at any time you need it.
Just prepare yourself, a valid identification card, and some personal details.
How to Increase Paymaya Limit to 500K
These are the steps on how to increase the PayMaya limit to 500k:
Step 1: Open the PayMaya app on your smartphone.
Step 2: Click the burger menu icon on the upper left side.
Step 3: Tap the Upgrade my Account button.
Step 4: Click on Next and read the details of the requirements.
Step 5: Click Next again and enter all the required personal information.
Step 6: Complete the Address details and move to the Verification process.
Step 7: Follow the instruction on the live selfie, such as look up, down, left, and right.
Step 8: Verify the information once again and click Submit.
Wait for the confirmation message for up to 48 hours, but you can be verified in just a few more minutes.
If you are below 18 years old, you need to prepare additional documents such as a birth certificate, your parent’s ID, and a signed consent form.
What is the cash-in limit in PayMaya?
The cash in limit in PayMaya is dependent on your wallet limit and the method by which you are trying to cash in.
Upgraded Users can only cash in a cumulative amount of 100,000 pesos per month, while Super Users can cash in up to 500,000 pesos.
You can cash in the whole amount in one day, but you cannot cash in for the rest of the month.
For Upgraded and Super Users, you can use your Visa or MasterCard to cash in for five times a maximum amount of 10,000 pesos.
Bank of the Philippine Islands allows double that amount ten times per day.
BDO, on the other hand, allows you to cash in any amount as long as your PayMaya account is within the daily wallet limit.
Using the InstaPay of BPI and Metrobank has a daily limit of 60,000 pesos divided into three transactions.
BDO has an InstaPay limit of 50,000 divided into five transactions per day.
Other banks will allow up to 35 transactions per day with a maximum of 50,000 pesos per transaction.
Ministop and Palawan Pawnshop have a 20,000 pesos limit per cash transaction for Upgraded and Super Users.
Is there a maintaining balance in PayMaya?
No, unlike regular banking accounts, PayMaya does not have a maintaining balance.
The only limit is the maximum amount of funds you can have at a given time.
Is there a dormancy fee is PayMaya?
Yes, there is a small dormancy fee of a maximum of 30 pesos per month if your balance is at least PHP 3,000.
Your account is considered dormant if you have not initiated any transaction for the past five years.
This is equivalent at most to just 1 percent of the fund in your wallet.
You can use your PayMaya account for basic services even when not verified.
But it is best to upgrade your account as soon as possible to avoid any hassle in the future.