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JuniorLion 07-11-2018 09:11 PM

Ipaymy
 
For this competing platform to CardUp, I have some queries.

1) Does UOB One Card transaction to Ipaymy count towards the monthly spending?

2) Does Ipaymy allow payments to NTUC Income Insurance? (This is one weakness of CardUp).

xersion 07-11-2018 09:42 PM

Yes and yes

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JuniorLion 07-11-2018 10:26 PM

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Originally Posted by xersion (Post 117469214)
Yes and yes

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Awesome. Does it work for BOC Family Card too?

assiak71 08-11-2018 12:26 AM

Got income tax payment? How much % fee?

pcmdan 08-11-2018 07:09 AM

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Originally Posted by JuniorLion (Post 117470085)
Awesome. Does it work for BOC Family Card too?

Isnt this question been asked many many times?

pcmdan 08-11-2018 07:10 AM

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Originally Posted by assiak71 (Post 117471959)
Got income tax payment? How much % fee?

the Fees is around 1.99% - 2.6% (depending if u have promo code or not)

JuniorLion 08-11-2018 09:13 AM

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Originally Posted by pcmdan (Post 117473253)
Isnt this question been asked many many times?

With reference to cardup or ipaymy?

JuniorLion 08-11-2018 09:20 AM

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Originally Posted by pcmdan (Post 117473253)
Isnt this question been asked many many times?

The exact question is "can boc family card earn cashback from ipaymy?"

If this question has been asked many many times, I presume there is an answer to it. And the links?

pcmdan 08-11-2018 09:22 AM

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Originally Posted by JuniorLion (Post 117474852)
The exact question is "can boc family card earn cashback from ipaymy?"

If this question has been asked many many times, I presume there is an answer to it. And the links?

Both and please go search it. It is in there.

JuniorLion 08-11-2018 09:26 AM

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Originally Posted by pcmdan (Post 117474876)
Both and please go search it. It is in there.

I know what you are doing.

pcmdan 08-11-2018 09:32 AM

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Originally Posted by JuniorLion (Post 117474918)
I know what you are doing.

Huh???? What is this suppose to mean?

Smart is good don't be a smart alec. Joke of the day for someone who uses his assumption and not his hands to find his required answers.

JuniorLion 09-11-2018 11:56 PM

So, I've checked with 2 insurance agents, who in turn checked with their finance. The response both this agents gave me was "My finance said there's no direct bank transfer to our account".

Then I checked with ipaymy via email. Their response was "Yes, you can do it. This is the UEN and Bank Account Number of NTUC."

Who should I believe?

pcmdan 10-11-2018 12:29 AM

I would believe what the agents said. Of course ipaymy sure say yes (they got vested interest) but the onerous lies w u in the event the money got loss in transit.

Anyone paid ntuc w ipaymy can help Junior out?

oceanicmanta 10-11-2018 12:35 AM

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Originally Posted by JuniorLion (Post 117509161)
So, I've checked with 2 insurance agents, who in turn checked with their finance. The response both this agents gave me was "My finance said there's no direct bank transfer to our account".

Then I checked with ipaymy via email. Their response was "Yes, you can do it. This is the UEN and Bank Account Number of NTUC."

Who should I believe?

just test with small payment, then see if insurer receives or not ... i dont trust agents

vddgnd 10-11-2018 12:51 AM

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Originally Posted by JuniorLion (Post 117509161)
So, I've checked with 2 insurance agents, who in turn checked with their finance. The response both this agents gave me was "My finance said there's no direct bank transfer to our account".

Then I checked with ipaymy via email. Their response was "Yes, you can do it. This is the UEN and Bank Account Number of NTUC."

Who should I believe?

Unlike some other insurers which officially agreed and announced direct bank transfer as one of the option of payment methods. NTUC Income does not officially open up this payment channel.
The bank account number provided by ipaymy is truely an account number of NTUC Income. Just that not NTUC Income recommended method to receive payment. It is up to the finance dept of NTUC Income to accept or reject this transaction after received. If you really want to pay through this channel, you may want to contact and inform NTUC Income after made payment, so that they will take note of this transaction. Hopefully they are in good mood and just accept it and process your payment.

There is risk of payment get rejected and refund back to your cc (by ipaymy) but ipaymy will not return the service fee you paid to them.


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