PNC launches P2P online banking-based payment service

Tuesday 5 January 2010 08:30 CET | News

US financial services provider PNC Bank has launched a person-to-person (P2P) payment service that allows its customers to send money to anyone with a US-based banking account using an email address or mobile phone number.

Developed in conjunction with money transfer services company CashEdge, the service is offered to PNC customers as part of PNC’s online banking system. Payment notices are sent to either an email address or to any text-capable mobile phone. Once notified that a payment is waiting, PNC customers must sign into PNC’s online banking portal to claim their money. Non-customers can claim funds at or at another participating bank.

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Keywords: PNC, person-to-person payments, online banking, CashEdge, money transfer
Categories: Banking & Fintech | Online & Mobile Banking
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