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    Default Zelle Pay (similar to Paypal)

    https://www.zellepay.com/

    I just used Zelle to send a payment. This was a domestic payment but I have seen at least one IOP which offered it. It was much like paying with Paypal. There was no charge for me. There maybe if its out of the country or out of the 7 bank network

    Forget running to the ATM or mailing a check. With Zelle, you can send and receive money with peace of mind. Safely and easily send money to people you know through your trusted banking app - or the Zelle app if your bank doesn’t currently offer Zelle.
    These banks use Zelle but there is an app if your bank doesn’t currently offer

    Bank of America.
    •Capital One.
    •Chase.
    •Citi.
    •Fifth Third Bank.
    •First Tech.
    •FirstBank

    Its not going to be for everyone but it might help some
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    Ive found a few domestic vendors that take Cash App which I absolutely love. You don’t have to use your real name for a $CashTag and the sender/receiver won’t see any personal info. It is only for the US and only works as an app on your phone/tablet. You can even use Bitcoin through Cash App. I used to use Zelle to send my daughter money when she was in college. I haven’t used it in a couple of years though.
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    I've been using Zelle for a few months and like it. My bank wasn't listed but I still can use it.

    If someone requests money I get a text message and just go to the App and click send requested money (I'm not sure if that's what it says but something similar). It's easy to use and I like it much better than Vimo where your name is exposed to the public
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    Zelle only works for US to US payments (actually US to US bank accounts); a family member has an account with BoA in EU country, and can't transfer funds to/from a BoA account here. (@MsUnInformed, I haven't tried Cash App but looked at it, based on your recommendation. But I don't put any monetary apps on my phone, only on my locked-down PC. Looks like it might work well, though.)

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    I just made a payment to an IOP with zelle. I signed up with zelle since they offered it an a payment option. Perhaps they have an account at a US bank but some banks are international. I am sure there are different rules from bank to bank. My ex husband lives in Europe but has an account here in the US at a regional midwestern bank and uses the ATM in his country to withdraw cash from the the bank here. He says it saves him a few dollars and he always was a tightwad so maybe he figured out how to game the system
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    Quote Originally Posted by LeeAnn View Post
    I just made a payment to an IOP with zelle. I signed up with zelle since they offered it an a payment option. Perhaps they have an account at a US bank but some banks are international. I am sure there are different rules from bank to bank. My ex husband lives in Europe but has an account here in the US at a regional midwestern bank and uses the ATM in his country to withdraw cash from the the bank here. He says it saves him a few dollars and he always was a tightwad so maybe he figured out how to game the system
    @LeeAnn, yeah, some (or most?) of the international/multinational banks will allow you to make cash/check transactions at an ATM linked to an account in another country, but subject to the "ATM Rules," like limited to $500/day w/d in cash, $2,000/day deposit, yada yada yada. I was just noting that you can't do routine banking between different countries, such as transferring money online as we can between US bank accounts. In my family member's case, they wanted to get access to enough to pay the mortgage, and had to make several trips to w/d cash, then go to the local bank and deposit the funds so they could make the monthly payment. And out here in the "sticks," you have to drive quite a way to get to a BoA branch!! LOL. Many governments seem to not like the idea of transferring non-trivial sums of funds between countries, unless you complete a huge amount of paperwork to be able to "prove" that it's actually your own money, that there is no unlawful activity underlying it, etc. Which I guess is part of why/how Bitcoin and its ilk found a niche for funds transfers.

    But I asked my banker, today, and she told me that Zelle is, absolutely, limited to US-US money transfers. TransferWise, and i think, maybe, Xoom, are supposed to be able to handle transfers across countries, but they don't work for all countries, particularly ones that (in one particular case) the US government has placed on their monetary "watchlist," or whatever the correct term is for that. The companies will just refuse to make the transfer, with a boilerplate denial message.

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    What you might be able to do if you need to send money to someone out of the country is send it to the usa branch of their bank, they can then take it out long as there is a branch where they live. I have not tested this but I know people who have used it

    For example, most major banks such as boa, chase, TD, fargo and others have branches in many countries. If your friend's or child's bank is not one of them you might consider having them open an account with one that does. There may be a small fee for transferring from chase account in usa to chase in england for example. You can probably find out these details by asking. Or just send them bitcoin and say take a hike to the banks.

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