[ZA Bank] Updates on ‘Easy Deposit’

[ZA Bank] Updates on ‘Easy Deposit’

User experience has always been our drive to keep moving forward and upward. We will amend the services of ‘Easy Deposit’, effective from 18 March 2021:

·       Add Mox Bank Limited to the list of banks which support adding money to ZA Bank via ‘Easy Deposit’ for free, with a single transaction limit of HKD 1,000,000.

·       Add CHINA CITIC BANK INTERNATIONAL LIMITED back to the list of banks that support adding money via ‘Easy Deposit’ for free, with a single transaction limit of HKD 10,000.

·       In the meantime, the single transaction limit for depositing money from DBS Bank (Hong Kong) Ltd. and Chiyu Banking Corporation Limited will be reduced to HKD 10,000 from HKD 1,000,000. A gentle reminder that such change also applies to users who have previously linked their accounts with these two banks via ‘Easy Deposit’.

In summary, you can deposit money from the following banks via ‘Easy Deposit’ for free once the changes are effective:

· STANDARD CHARTERED BANK (HONG KONG) LIMITED
· CMB Wing Lung Bank Limited
· Nanyang Commercial Bank, Limited
· Bank of Communications (Hong Kong) Ltd.
· Chong Hing Bank Limited
· Mox Bank Limited
Limit of a single transaction is HKD 1,000,000
· The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited
· Hang Seng Bank Ltd
· Bank of China (Hong Kong)
· CHINA CITIC BANK INTERNATIONAL LIMITED
· DBS Bank (Hong Kong) Ltd.
· Chiyu Banking Corporation Limited
Limit of a single transaction is HKD 10,000

As for other transaction amounts:
· You can make multiple transfers via ‘Easy Deposit’ or,
· Use the instant and free transfer function through Faster Payment System (FPS)

If you have any questions about our service update, please call our 24/7 customer service hotline on 3665 3665, or log in to the ZA Bank App to contact us. Thank you for your support!

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