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GCash Scan to Pay now accepted at Daiso Japan outlets in the Philippines

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Anyone who loves to shop at Daiso Japan can now use the GCash Scan to Pay at the Japanese retailer’s outlets all over the Philippines. The authorized retailer of Daiso Industries Co. Ltd, Daiso Japan is the latest partner of Mynt, operator of GCash, the electronic mobile wallet that can be used to pay for goods and services in the Philippines by using QR codes.

 “GCash is here to ensure that Daiso Japan customers are given the convenience and security they deserve when paying for their purchases,” GCash President and CEO Albert Tinio said. “With the GCash scan to pay feature, customers with a GCash account and smartphone can easily pay the exact amount using their phone.  There is no longer any need to wait for loose change or pay in smaller denominations, or even stand in line for a long time.” 

A unit of Robinsons Retail Holdings, Daiso Japan offers a wide range of unique products from home and kitchen ornaments, office knick-knacks, and beauty essentials to novelty items that are both practical and collectible. It makes sure that the merchandise in store are grounded by three pillars, which are variety, quality and uniqueness, and strives to offer these at affordable prices starting at 88 pesos.

 Using the Scan to Pay feature of GCash is simple. A customer with an iPhone or an Android smartphone only needs to download or update to the latest version of the GCash App, register an account, and fund the GCash wallet at any of over 12,000 GCash Partner Outlets nationwide which includes Robinsons Business Centers. Once done, the customer just has to tap on Scan QR, point a phone’s camera at the partner’s QR code and pay.

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