Quickteller has really made life easier at least for me, ranging from the convenience in buying mobile recharge online, making fund transfers, paying my bills such as Gotv, DSTV, Startimes and more online.
If you are an active user of the fund transfer section of the Quickteller App or website, you must have noticed that you could easily make mistakes when you are transferring fund if you don’t keenly check your figures. All that is gone now as Quickteller has introduced bank account verification for fund transfers.
When I received the notice mail, I decided to make confirmations by trying a transfer out to one of my accounts and guess what? Once I selected the Bank, typed in the account number, and then selected the account type (which is either Savings or Current), the account owners name (mine) was immediately displayed in the Beneficiary Name form field. This would go a long way in curtailing the magnitude of errors people make while doing their fund transfers on Quickteller.
An excerpt of Quickteller’s notice mail read “Quickteller now has bank account name verification for ALL banks for funds transfer transactions! This simply means that whenever you choose the bank you want to transfer funds to and type in the account number, the account name will automatically display. This therefore verifies that you are transferring funds to the right person!”
That’s actually a great move from the online payment and transfer giant.