Improving your quality of life with real-time access to wages and necessity items
Owe nothing – Paymenow is NOT a loan and NOT a credit product
Use your already earned wages to get:
Changing financial behaviour responsibly
Paymenow is an employee benefit app that focuses on financial wellness and inclusion. Connected to your company payroll, Paymenow facilitates responsible access to money you have already earned.
No! Any cash outs you receive via Paymenow is NOT a loan. It is simply access to money you have already earned.
A cash out on Paymenow will cost you a small service fee as well as a transaction fee to disburse the funds to your bank account. An immediate payment option is also available at a slightly higher cost. No interest is charged. No subscription fees. No hidden costs.
You do not owe Paymenow anything, ever! Any cash outs you receive using Paymenow will be deducted from your next salary payment. Example. if you cash out R500 in the middle of the month, come pay day, you will receive R500 (plus fees) less than your usual salary, paid into your bank account.
All information around earnings and cash out limits are controlled by your employer. If you are a fixed salary employee, Paymenow uses a calculation to determine your daily amount is added to your available balance. If you are a time and attendance or shift worker, Paymenow will only provide an available balance based on the information received from your employer.
Unfortunately, no. Paymenow, to combat fraud and any illegal activity can only cash out to the bank account as provided by your employer. If you need it changed, please contact your employer HR or Payroll department.
Yes, Paymenow uses bank grade security, encyption and 2-factor authentication to ensure your money and private information is safe. As an additional security feature, Paymenow can only cash out to the bank account as provided by your employer.
No, Paymenow will not share any of your information with any other party unless you have explicitly given us the permission to do so. We will only share your cash out history with your employer to allow them to adjust your salary according to your total advance amount in the next pay cycle. Refer to our T&C’s for more information.