More Cash-in Outlets for PalawanPay Sukis Through ECPay Partnership

Good news to all PalawanPay loyal customers! Now, PalawanPay sukis can conveniently cash in at over 30,000 partner outlets and sari-sari stores affiliated with ECPay, spanning across the entire Philippines. This builds upon Palawan’s existing partnership with Electronic Commerce Payments (EC PAY) Inc. the leading provider of electronic customer purchase and payment systems in the Philippines. 

This dynamic partnership strengthens and complements PalawanPay’s network, which includes Palawan Pawnshop – Palawan Express Pera Padala’s 10,000 strong branches and authorized outlets, along with over 25,000 PalawanPay’s Moneyshops, offering sukis even greater ease when transferring funds to their accounts for various e-wallet transactions.

Aside from the cash-in services, Palawan Group of Companies and ECPay have been providing bills payment and load top-up services for utility billers like Manila Water, Globe, PLDT, Converge, DragonPay, Home Credit, SSS, Pagibig, PSA Serbilis, as well as load top-up for major telco partners and prepaid utilities like Meralco and Cignal.

“Catering to the diverse needs of our loyal sukis has always been at the heart of the Palawan Group of Companies. This partnership with ECPay exemplifies our unwavering commitment to finding innovative ways to enhance the financial transaction experience of our sukis,” said Lisa Lou Castro-Sabado, Palawan Group of Companies’ Cash Management Solutions Director. 

“As a leading provider of electronic customer purchase and payment systems in the Philippines, ECPay is thrilled to expand our partnership with the Palawan Group of Companies. This collaboration underscores our joint commitment to offering unparalleled convenience and accessibility for customers across the country,” said  Patricia dela Fuente, ECPay General Manager

The collaboration between Palawan Group of Companies and ECPay is a shared commitment to provide unmatched convenience and accessibility for their customers supporting Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas’ mission of promoting financial inclusivity in the country.