PayMongo Treasury

Manage your treasury with embedded finance solutions

PayMongo Treasury is the wallet-as-a-service API for your business. Store funds, move money, and create an e-wallet account.

Build financial products on top of your platform

PayMongo Treasury is secure, reliable, and easy to integrate, making it the perfect solution for businesses of all sizes.
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How it works

Create a wallet account in your own platform

Maximize an open loop wallet solution that lets you send money to other bank accounts and e-wallets in the Philippines.

Send money automatically

Automate money movement when actions happen on your app and save on time. Send or receive bulk payments, schedule money transfers, and more.

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Allow your app to send and collect payments through embedded finance

Build strong internal apps that simplify financial operations for your users.

Launch new services

Offer new products or services you've built using PayMongo Treasury

Frequently Asked Questions

What are the requirements needed for PayMongo Treasury?

Step 1: Fill out the Treasury Interest Form
Step 2: Create an account on our website
Step 3: Make sure your account is activated and enabled
Step 4: Start integrating PayMongo Treasury to your platforms

Note:PayMongo Treasury is currently available for API users only. Developer resource needed.
Visit the Help Center article for more details.

How long does it take to activate PayMongo Treasury?

Once you have met with our team and signed up on our website, activation can take up to 14 days upon submission of all required documents. During this time, your developers can already access the live API keys.

How long does it take to send money?

For PesoNet transactions:

- Transactions made before 10AM on a banking day will be processed by 11AM;
- Transactions made before 4PM will be processed by 5PM.
- Transactions made on a non-banking day (holidays, weekends, etc.) will be processed on the next banking day.

Please note that when sending money from your PayMongo account, the receiving bank or e-wallet might have their own processing, and funds may be credited later based on their schedule.

Learn more about PesoNet here.

Coming soon: InstaPay

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