Written by: Wen Haozong
2020-01-24 11:05Last updated: 2020-01-24 11:05
The Lunar New Year is approaching, and many banks are launching mobile apps to send electronic benefits. BOCHK (2388) announced that customers can use the electronic wallet "BoC Pay" to pay dividends electronically anytime, anywhere, and launch the first binding and registration offer.
The bank stated that BoC Pay can be registered for use with or without a BOCHK account. Just tap the "Pay Now" function in the app, enter the amount of profit, and select or design "Gong Xi Fa Cai", " Blessings such as "I want to be successful", then choose the style of profit, and click "Pali", you can easily send your thoughts to friends and relatives. Later, you can choose to notify your friends and relatives to check the profit with an instant messaging program such as Whatsapp, WeChat or Line, email or mobile text message.
Get 20 yuan reward for first binding or registration
BOC Hong Kong also offers a discount. From now until March 31, the first time you bind or register BoC Pay and complete the transaction, you will get a reward of 20 yuan, and each time you recommend a family member or friend to bind / register BoC Pay, you will also get 20 yuan Rewards.
In addition, Citibank also launched the PayPal function in its Citi Mobile App. From now until the end of February, customers can choose "Payment and Transfer" after logging in after updating the mobile app. Enter the phone number, email or FPS ID to designate the payee. You can also choose to use Hong Kong dollars or Renminbi as the currency, and you can share the Spring Festival to relatives and friends, and write a blessing statement.
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