GoodWork is excited to announce its partnership with GrabPay in providing safer and more secure payments on the largest home services app in the Philippines, and further driving financial inclusion in the country. This supports the BSP’s initiative to grow the cashless modes of payment to 30% of overall payments by 2020.
Grab, Southeast Asia’s leading everyday super app, launched Grabpay to provide safer transactions and to bring more cashless opportunities to Filipinos and users around Southeast Asia. Johnny Bates, Head of GrabPay Philippines, said in a report that “As cities slowly get back on their feet after months of lockdown brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic, digital payments become the critical enabler to embrace this new reality.”
As social distancing and decreased interaction have become parts of the new normal, GrabPay has made it easier for GoodWork users to adapt to a more convenient and secure way to transact for home services.
Users can choose to pay with GrabPay in the GoodWork app with just a few clicks. The user selects the category they want to avail, inputs the details, and chooses GrabPay as the payment method. Confirmation and verification of the payment are all done in the GoodWork app when the service is completed. The service provider, customer, and GoodWork all receive a confirmation message so everyone is notified if the payment was successful.
In a statement, GoodWork PH CEO Andrew Koger said that “The GoodWork team is very excited to start accepting GrabPay for easy in-app payments. In an environment where digital payments are becoming part of the new normal, it is important for our users to have a seamless booking and payment experience.”
GoodWork.ph is the #1 mobile app for Home Services in the Philippines. Its mission is to make quality services accessible and affordable for Filipinos. GoodWork offers different types of services across a wide range of categories from home cleaning, laundry, nail services, hair services, and many more.
GrabPay is one of the leading mobile wallets in Southeast Asia. It is owned by Grab Holdings Inc., the largest ride-hailing services company in the world. GrabPay allows you to pay for services in the Grab mobile application and through its partner merchants in stores across the region.