No Credit Card? No Problem! These are the Top 3 Apps / Stores that you can buy Game Credits!

Some online games like Ragnarok Online, Steam Games, Garena, Heartstone and others will require payment methods like PayPal, Visa / MasterCard Credit Card. So if you don’t have these, What will you do? These are the 5 apps/stores will you convert cash into game credits!

1. screenshot for Game Credits. is the BEST and RECOMMENDED way that you can get if you can’t afford a credit card. You can get some affordable fixed credits WITHOUT PAYOUT FEES! (This is included in your cash in.) You can buy credits in some of the ff:

  • Steam Wallet
  • zGold — MOL Points
  • Garena Shells
  • EX Cash (Ragnarok)
  • Level Up!
  • Game Club
  • Cherry Credits
  • Gift Card (Blizzard)

Updated as of September 13, 2017 until now.

And lastly, it is directly send to you via SMS!

My SMS Transaction for via Steam Wallet.

You can also earn money via Bitcoin, Rebates for load, Send and recieve and so much more!

Visit via web and you can buy also here via cash out, Or download on Google Play.

Load up is available on 7-eleven, MLhuiller, Cebuana Lhuiller, GCash (via DragonPay) and etc.

2. PayMaya

An example of PayMaya Beep Card.

PayMaya is a solution for all the online stuff in the internet. You can activate the Virtual Card automatically by register into app manually.

But there is a catch. If you want to activate a payment method for this virtual card, You will load P100 to add this on credit card, You will charge P50 or more, but don’t worry! This will be refunded automatically depending on the merchant.

You can buy in-app purchases, Twitch Prime, and other inernet transactions with PayMaya!

Download PayMaya app now on Google Play and App Store! Or visit their website.

Load up is available on 7-eleven, BDO, Selected Smart Padala Centers, Mini Stop, Robinsons and SM Department Stores, and Smart Money!

3. 7 Eleven

You can load up PayMaya and on these store right here. You can also buy Garena Shells and so on on their Cliqq stand!

Source: Blog, PayMaya’s Official Website, Alamy Stock Photo

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