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New at scan QR codes and pay for your transactions

12 Feb 2019 15:30| announces another convenience for its customers. Money transfers and currency exchange transactions, as well as currency wallet top-ups, can be easily paid for with “Scan to Pay”.

The ability to scan QR codes are new to The recently introduced solution streamlines the process of paying for money transfers and currency exchange transactions. It can also be used for topping up the currency wallet.

QR codes can be used to pay for transactions from a bank account in Poland in Polish zloty. In order to make a payment, customers do not have to copy individual pieces of information or manually rewrite them. The transfer data, title and amount are completed automatically. Simply turn on your banking app and then scan the code generated in the transaction details in the Conotoxia portal. After confirming the payment, the app transfers the payment data directly to the banking app.

Scannable codes are generated automatically. Customers can choose whether or not to use them. There are no additional fees for this solution.

The QR code scanning option is available in banking apps in the majority of banks in Poland, including PKO Bank Polski, Bank Pekao S.A., Santander Bank Polska, mBank, BGZ BNP Paribas, Millennium, Getin Noble Bank, Alior Bank, Citi Handlowy, Credit Agricole Bank Polska, Eurobank, T-Mobile Usługi Bankowe, Nest Bank, Plus Bank, Orange Finanse, Envelo Bank.

12 Feb 2019 15:30|

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