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    Lightbulb Chase Quick Pay -- anyone used it?

    Has anyone used Chase Quick Pay?

    I signed up for it today, for a Chase customer (a friend of mine) to easily transfer me some funds. It's free, which is nice. The downside, though, is that payments must come out of bank accounts from what I understand. In other words, it seems like a free-but-limited PayPal-type service. I'm also assuming (?) that it may be U.S.-only.

    Anyone else tried it, with good or bad experiences as a result?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike - Limestone View Post
    Has anyone used Chase Quick Pay?

    I signed up for it today, for a Chase customer (a friend of mine) to easily transfer me some funds. It's free, which is nice. The downside, though, is that payments must come out of bank accounts from what I understand. In other words, it seems like a free-but-limited PayPal-type service. I'm also assuming (?) that it may be U.S.-only.

    Anyone else tried it, with good or bad experiences as a result?

    -mike
    I played with it the other day, it has a lot of potential since only one party has to be a Chase Customer. But as you said the payments from my understand do come out of a bank account, not sure how it works when you request a payment. I would assume it is US only, you might want to ask Customer Service.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GCM View Post
    I played with it the other day, it has a lot of potential since only one party has to be a Chase Customer. But as you said the payments from my understand do come out of a bank account, not sure how it works when you request a payment. I would assume it is US only, you might want to ask Customer Service.
    GCM,

    I requested a payment today, and the payment sender (my friend) paid me out of his Chase checking account.

    One feature was very nice: The money that he sent me was dir credited directly into my own Chase checking account (an option that I had pre-selected). I found it nice to have the money instantly in my checking account, rather than in some other account (e.g. PayPal) where it would have to be transferred later.

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