Chase QuickPay is a free and convenient service designed for basic transfers. This free service enables people with checking accounts to make person-to-person (P2P) transfers with other accounts that are part of the clearXchange (CXC) network.
Users of QuickPay can send money to customers at Wells Fargo, Bank of America as well as dozens of other banks just by entering the recipient’s email address into the Chase mobile app or online portal.
Why Use Chase QuickPay?
If you are a Chase Bank customer, there is no reason for you to avoid using the Chase QuickPay service. This service is a free money transfer service that functions quickly without any complicated requirements, and any Chase checking account also includes Chase QuickPay as part of the account features.
Now this includes not only the Chase Premier Plus Checking and Chase Premier Platinum Checking, but also the standard Chase Total Checking account also.
One major advantage with the Chase QuickPay, is that it has a wide coverage. The clearXchange network that Chase participates in also includes other six major banks.
With a total of over 250 million connected customers, it makes it likely that you’ll have at least a few acquaintances already participating.
Chase QuickPay Benefits
Get started with Chase QuickPay and enjoy the following benefits:
- Pay virtually anyone, at any bank. You can simply send and receive money from virtually anyone you know. Additionally, you get money in moments so no more waiting 1-3 business days.
- Easily request money and send payments to virtually anyone you know with a U.S. bank account, an email address or phone number.
- Now you can send money to and receive money directly from participant banks of the Zelle service. No enrollment in the other bank’s person-to-person payment service is needed. You’ll get payment notifications from Chase and they’ll get their payment notifications from their own bank.
- Your account information stays secure, thus you won’t see the other person’s bank account information and they as well won’t see yours.
How Chase QuickPay Works
Here is how the Chase QuickPay works:
- Start by enrolling on Chase QuickPay with Zelle.
- Set up future recurring payments.
- Request money from a friend or split the bill with friends.
- You can send money to someone in moments.
Is Chase QuickPay With Zelle Free?
Yes, Chase QuickPay with Zelle is free and you can send and receive money at no charge. However message and data rates may apply depending on your mobile service provider.
- 24/7 access to deposit funds
- Chase QuickDeposit, securely deposits checks from almost anywhere.
- Chase ATMs conveniently deposits up to 30 checks and cash.
- With Direct Deposit you can automatically deposit paychecks.
- Use Online Bill Pay and pay rent, mortgage, utilities, credit cards, auto, and other bills.
Access helpful technology that saves you time and keeps you updated.
- Paperless Statements helps you digitally access up to 7 years of statements.
- With Account Alerts, you can monitor finances, avoid overdrafts and more.
- Chase Text Banking helps you check balances and transaction history with a text.
Enrolling on Chase QuickPay
- Sign on to the Chase Mobile app or navigate to Chase Business Online.
- Choose “Chase QuickPay with Zelle” from the navigation menu at the top left of the main screen in the Chase Mobile app, or from the “Pay and Transfer” from the drop-down on Chase Business Online.
- Key in your email address or U.S. mobile number
- Review and accept the service terms
- Key in the code from your verification message (if required)
- Select “activate” to enroll.
Sending Payments With Chase QuickPay
- Select “Chase QuickPay with Zelle” from the navigation menu on the top left of the main screen in the Chase Mobile app, or from the “Pay and Transfer” drop down on Chase Business Online.
- Select a trusted recipient from your contact list or add a new one.
- Go through the prompts to verify and complete the transaction
- You’ll get confirmation of the sent payment.
Requesting Payments Chase QuickPay
- Select “Chase QuickPay with Zelle” from the navigation menu on the top left of the main screen in the Chase Mobile app, or from the “Pay and Transfer” drop-down on Chase Business Online.
- Select a customer from your contact list or add a new one. If the person you are requesting payment from is not yet enrolled with Zelle. You must send the request to their email address.
- Go through with the prompts to request payment
- You’ll receive confirmation of the request sent.