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Adding payee emails in the recipient address book for transfer confirmations.

Posted by Enigmaraff Enigmaraff
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Hi everyone,

 

A really cool feature my friend showed me with his bank was the ability to add an email address to recipents in his online banking. When doing a transfer you are given the option to used the email saved for that individual.

 

It is a great way to let the payee know that the transfer has been made.

 

- Kain

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Re: Adding payee emails in the recipient address book for transfer confirmations.

Posted by thewinchester thewinchester
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I'd support that feature request.

 

NAB currently offers that very same feature, with notifications to pay anyone recipients via either email or SMS.

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Re: Adding payee emails in the recipient address book for transfer confirmations.

Posted by Enigmaraff Enigmaraff
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Hi @thewinchester,

 

I love that feature too but I was referring to something slightly different. Although it may help with laying the foundations to what you mentioned.

 

What I am referring to is the payee receiving a receipt.

Please see examples below.

 

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When adding or editing a saved payee it has a field to add an email address.

 

This leads to the next step.

 

Screenshot 2016-09-03 at 08.18.50.png

 

When transferring to someone from your payee address book there is a box that can be ticked that will use the email address you have saved for that person. You can also manually enter a email at this stage also.

 

@JustinJ and @JonS would you think something like this is doable?

 

- Kain

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