ComBank adds more options to ComBank Q+ Payment App’s ‘In-App Bill Payments’ feature

Commercial Bank of Ceylon customers can now settle their Credit Card outstanding and top-up their Pre-paid Cards instantly and conveniently via the ComBank Q+ Payment App, the Bank’s card-based payment app.

ComBank Credit Card and Prepaid Card payment options have been included in the ‘Bill payment’ menu of the ComBank Q+PaymentApp. Any Commercial Bank issued Visa, Mastercardor UnionPay Credit Cards can be settled using the app,free of charge, the Bank said.

Customershave to enter their16-digit card number to make the payments. Once paid they can addthe transaction to their ‘Favourites’ section, so that they will not haveto type the card number again in the future.

The card number is validated online real-time, eliminating room for any errors. Instant credit isprovided to the customer’s credit card or pre-paid card and hence the card can be used for purchases soon after making the payment through theComBank Q+ Payment App.

The ComBankQ+ Payment App is a secured platform to make regular payments and is approved by Central Bank of Sri Lanka. The App has been certified with Mastercard, Visa and UnionPay card schemes for QR payment transactions, ensuring security and data protection. Card numbers are stored in conformity with Payment Card Industry Data SecurityStandards(PCIDSS).

With this latest addition,ComBankCredit Card can be settled through multiple customer touch points,such as paying at any Commercial Bank Branch, through CRMs and CDMs, through ATMs, throughthe web using Cards, throughthe web using QR codes, using QR codes printed instatements, throughLankaPay as an interbank transfer or through Commercial Bank’s Digital Banking App, Flash.

Already, the ComBank Q+Payment Appenables users to make payments in six categories such as data reloads, pre-paid and post-paid mobiles, fixed telephone lines, utilities, water and electricity (CEB and LECO) and pay TV bills. The facility will be further enhanced with the inclusion of more beneficiary companies such as educational institutes and insurance companies, the Bank said.

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