GCash, powered by fintech startup Mynt, provides users with increased peace of mind when using the app with the launch of its Customer Protect program.
Under the program, GCash users are assured of compensation for unauthorized financial transactions on their GCash app, GCash on Messenger or GCash Mastercard platforms arising from instances such as stolen mobile phones or identity theft.
A user should file a report regarding any irregular transaction—such as unauthorized withdrawals or point-of-sale (POS) purchases—on GCash’s official customer care channels within 15 days from the date of the said transaction. Eligible and valid disputes can be reversed for amounts of up to P100,000.
At the same time, the Customer Protect program is a campaign for increased cybersecurity awareness and education, especially regarding full verification of one’s GCash account. “It is extremely important for users to comply with the verification process of GCash based on the Know-Your-Customer (KYC) mandates of the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas,” explained Thomas.
Full verification on GCash requires a user to establish legitimate identity through submission of valid government identification cards and a selfie, as well as a series of mobile phone and contact information verification.
Fully verified GCash users can receive compensation of the actual amount of unauthorized transactions not exceeding P100,000. Semi-verified users can receive compensation up to P10,000 while basic users can receive up to P2,000.
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