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RCBC Now Offers Maya Cash-In via RCBC Online

RCBC is one of the pillars of the Philippine banking industry and one of the largest domestic banks. Their commitment is to provide high-quality financial services that meet the unique needs of their clients. Motivated by their core values, RCBC also strives to uplift their customers' lives through sustainable social programs.

Recently, RCBC also received various awards for their digital efforts. Their move towards more inclusive and accessible online services during the height of the pandemic, in particular, were recognized by international award-giving bodies.

Maya users will also be pleased to know that they can use RCBC's web platform to cash in. All they have to do is to log in to their RCBC online account and follow the instructions under the eMoney option. Quick, hassle-free Maya cash in that's the RCBC promise.

Simple steps to cash in using RCBC

  1. Log in to your RCBC online account and select "Buy Load" on the dashboard
  2. Under the "e-Money" option, choose "Maya"
  3. Select the Source Account. Enter amount and the mobile number linked to the Maya account in this format: 639XXXXXXXXX and click Next.
  4. Enter Transaction Password - this will only be requested from users who were successfully logged in to RCBC Online Banking by answering a security question. Review the details you have entered. If there are any incorrect details, you can click "Back" to edit.
  5. Click "Submit". Wait for an online payment confirmation to appear on your screen
To enroll in RCBC Online Banking, click here 

*Minimum cash in amount is Php500.

Note: Cashing in from your linked bank account comes with a small P5 fee.

About RCBC

RCBC or Rizal Commercial Banking Corporation is part of the Yuchengco Group of Companies, one of the oldest conglomerates in Southeast Asia. Established in 1960, RCBC has more than 400 branches and over 1,300 ATMs across the country as of March 2021.

In 2019, RCBC merged with RCBC Savings Bank to further enhance and strengthen its asset base and financial standing. They also work with various affiliates like SunLife GREPA Financials and Malayan Insurance to further expand their services and reach more customers.

RCBC also has plenty of corporate social responsibility and other community programs anchored on sustainability. Some of these include calamity recovery, livelihood projects, and educational scholarships.

Products and Services 

RCBC provides a wide range of financial services, which include personal deposits, consumer loans, investments, debit and credit cards, as well as insurance. Through their overseas remittance tie-ups, they're also able to facilitate local and international money transfers.

There's also what RCBC calls "New Normal Banking," which includes services like online bank account opening and digital banking. The latter includes e-wallet transactions such as Maya cash-in, which helps users ensure that they always have enough funds in their accounts to shop and pay with peace of mind.

To cash in Maya via RCBC, customers can simply log in to their RCBC online account and choose the eMoney option. Then, simply click on Maya and follow the instructions. Make sure you have the latest version of the Maya app and an upgraded account so you can access all the features.

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