Swipe for cash, or more commonly known as "gestun" (gesek tunai) in Indonesia, is the act of swiping credit cards to get cash at merchants. This act is strongly prohibited by Bank Indonesia and the Financial Services Authority (OJK) as it often leads to problem loans and financial loss.
Similarly in the context of PayLater, gestun is an attempt to cash out a purchase made using PayLater. We would advise you not to share your personal identification information with anyone or use a gestun service, as it leaves you vulnerable to fraud and might result in the blockage of your PayLater account.
If anyone offers this service to you, please contact us so we can investigate further.