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EXCHANGE RATES     12/15/2017
USD BUY 1354 SELL 1356
SGD BUY 1006 SELL 1008
EUR BUY 1596 SELL 1599
THB BUY 40.5 SELL 42

KBZ Quick Pay (Cash Collection Service)

“KBZ Quickpay” is a cash collection service serving as a medium between our corporate merchants and their clients. All funds collected by over 491 KBZ branches will be deposited directly to merchants’ accounts open at KBZ bank in real time.

Bringing the company’s cash resources within control as quickly and efficiently as possible

Deposit directly by cash (or) by KBZ cheque (or) account to account transfer from all KBZ Branches

Standard deposit slip to capture required data

Service fee can be paid from merchant or their customer

Real time deposits and check balance online

Real time email/SMS notification

Daily statement reports by email (excel, csv) to integrate with merchant’s accounting system

Why choose KBZ Quick Pay?

Enable quick payment.

Send an email to clients immediately after payment.

Payment can be done in every KBZ Branches.

Figure: Workflow of Quickpay

If you want to know more, please contact following address.

KBZ Online Banking Call Center
Tel   : 09253260087, 09253260091, 09252332845
Email   : ibanking.support@kbzbank.com
Web: ibanking.kbzbank.com, www.kbzbank.com

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