This does not require the beneficiary bank account details. The sender can transfer money and a personalised message through net banking from the bank’s website by just filling the e-mail ID or mobile number of the receiver.
“Moreover, customers can choose to send e-Gift Cards to anyone, anywhere, anytime,” the bank said in a statement.
The sender gets a ‘Quick code’ that is shared with the recipient. Quickpay takes place via NPCI’s Immediate Payment Service (IMPS Person to Account), which is instant and 24x7, the statement added. Ritesh Raj Saxena, Head (Savings, Digital & Payments Business), said, “IndusInd Bank’s QuickPay is aimed at delighting customers in the digital age. Today’s digitally-savvy customers expect payments to happen instantly. This service empowers consumers to send money on real time basis.”
Source : Thehindubusinessline