e-Payments Allow Canadians to Side-Step Potential Postal Disruption

Wednesday 15 December 2004 20:31 CET | News

Rotating strike action by Canada Post workers is rearing concerns about the potential for a postal disruption and the threat of cheques and business payments getting caught up in the mail.

According to the Public Service Alliance of Canada (PSAC), the last week has seen postal workers in Fredericton NB, Antigonish NS, Edmonton AB, and Ottawa ON participate in rotating strike action that has the potential to impact postal service across the country. Canadians will be relieved to discover that electronic payments can be made to anyone in the country - releasing businesses and individuals from their dependency on mail delivery for their business and personal payments. TelPay Incorporated, has spent the past 20 years developing a national e-payment infrastructure that enables Canadians to make payments to ANY organization or individual across the country (including government remittances). No longer restricted to a biller list - any biller can be paid. Businesses that wish to protect themselves from the vulnerability of their cashflow delivery channel, can use TelPays e-payment tool, BusinessConnect(R). This product and service enables a business to make e-payments to any person, supplier, or organization in Canada - including standard government remittances. TelPay deposits the money directly into the bank account and emails or faxes the payment details to the recipient at the same time. Business and personal users can go into any one of 193 credit union branches and use TelPays OverTheCounter to pay any bill or transfer funds to any bank account at any financial institution in the country. TelPay Online, enables personal users to go online and send payments to any individual or organization in Canada. One of Canadas largest credit unions, CS CO-OP offers their members the ability to pay anyone with TelPay Online. The service is also available directly at

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