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ING Pay is your new online payment partner — and more

/ 11:54 AM February 26, 2021

This pandemic has sped up digitalization in a lot of ways. We try to do all things at the safety of our home as much as we could through digital channels, such as shopping, paying our bills, and doing other bank transactions.

Going cashless has been the norm due to the pandemic, so to make e-transactions easier and more convenient for Filipinos, ING Philippines launched its latest product offering: ING Pay, every Pinoy’s new online payments partner.

Here are the facts and features that set ING Pay apart from the other digital banking platforms in the market.

An accessible and flexible online banking platform

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ING Pay is not an e-wallet. It is a bank account that specifically caters to your daily transactions, such as paying bills via the app, online shopping using the ING Pay Virtual VISA debit card, and free real-time fund transfer via InstaPay.

ING also recently made the physical ING Pay VISA debit card available to all customers for in-store purchases and free ATM withdrawals.

Another bonus: it only takes a few taps and clicks to open an ING Pay account. Simply download the ING app via Google Play Store or the iOS App Store. There’s also no minimum amount required to open and maintain the account.

The pros of cashless transactions via ING Pay

Convenience and security, without a doubt, are the key value propositions of ING Pay. The virtual VISA debit card can be accessed via the mobile app where all the card details are available. Easily keep track of the transactions, manage your finances, and monitor your card usage wherever, whenever.

With ING Pay, you can deposit a check directly to your account via the app. Plus, you can transfer funds via PESONet or InstaPay. You can even transfer to other third-party bank accounts from your ING Pay account. And there are no additional fees, although some banks charge for such transactions.

Need to pay the bills? Right now, ING Pay has over 80 merchants in their pre-enrolled billers and the list continues to grow. You can pay your bills such as utilities and credit card insurance companies via the ING mobile app. Just be sure to have the name of the biller, the account or reference number of the bill, and the actual amount you have to pay.

Security is another thing guaranteed by ING Pay. In the unfortunate event that you lose your phone, you may access your account via a different phone where you will be required to verify personal details.

You can also contact ING’s customer care team via the in-app live chat function or via their FB Messenger. The line is open 24/7 and their team will respond as soon as possible.

Convenience at its finest

ING Pay is all about managing finances easily for everyone. With this digital bank, you can safely access your cash without stepping out of your home, keeping you safe and giving you more time to do things that you’re passionate about.

After all, that’s what ING Pay is for: to let you “do your thing”, and more. Go to ing.com.ph and discover the seamless wonders of ING Pay.

ING Philippines is a universal bank supervised by the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas and a member of PDIC. The ING Philippines mobile app is available in iOS App Store and Google Play Store.

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