Millions of people now send and receive funds digitally. Global Digital Disbursements can enable your organization to send funds to individuals via mobile phone and email, reaching consumers with greater speed and ease than checks and ACH.
Global Digital Disbursements
Fast, secure mobile B2C payments
- Reach recipients quickly, boosting their satisfaction
- No need to collect and store recipients’ bank-account data
- Cut paper, costs and administrative burden
- Broad reach via Zelle® in the U.S., Interac in Canada and PayPal® globally1
Ways to use
Here are a few of the many ways you can use Global Digital Disbursements.
How it works
In the U.S., Global Digital Disbursements uses Zelle®, a mobile payments network that reaches more than 100 million consumers through their financial institution's mobile banking app and millions more through the standalone Zelle® app. Enrolled Zelle® users receive a notification of payment, and money is credited as soon as the same day.² Recipients who aren't yet with Zelle® can enroll their U.S. mobile phone number or email address in a few easy steps. Once enrolled, the money will be credited directly to their bank account.
Recipients in select global markets can opt for PayPal¹. Registered PayPal recipients receive a notification of payment from PayPal, and funds are credited to their wallet the same day. Recipients who are not registered, will receive an invitation from PayPal to register a wallet and receive their funds.
1Paypal is currently available in over 90 countries. Subject to change at any time.
2Refers to periods of time during which payments are generally available. Enrollment required. Payments to enrolled users can arrive as quickly as minutes or may take up to three business days. Actual times may vary. Must have a bank account in the US to use Zelle®. Once payment is sent and recipient is enrolled, funds can arrive as quickly as minutes or may take up to three business days. U.S. checking or savings account required to use Zelle®. If the consumer’s financial institution doesn't offer Zelle® and they are already enrolled in the Zelle® app, they should ask their financial institution about their daily transaction limit for their debit card. If the payment they anticipate receiving exceeds their daily limit, they should contact you to discuss other payment options.
Zelle®, and the Zelle® related marks are wholly owned by Early Warning Services, LLC and are used herein under license.