Many of you have been receiving QR bills for some time. These QR bills will replace the orange and red payment slips as of September 30, 2022.
Indeed, from October 1st, 2022, these payment slips will disappear entirely and it will no longer be possible to pay your monthly private credit installments with them.
The QR-bill is a new and efficient alternative, as it will be easier and faster to enter your bills. As far as your preferred payment channel is concerned, you don’t have to worry about it because it will be possible to pay at the post office counter with your Mobile Banking application or by e-banking.
The most suitable way is to scan the QR code with your phone via Mobile Banking. You can also do it from a computer using an optical reader. This way, the payment information for your private loan will be displayed automatically in your e-banking and you will not have to enter it manually.
QR-bills are composed of two sections:
This part contains the main information of the payment section. Once the invoice is paid, it will be the proof of payment.
This section contains the information needed to proceed with the payment. You will also find a QR code in which all the payment information is digitally integrated, such as the name of your bank, your address, and the amount of your monthly credit payment.
From a computer via e-banking or from your phone with Mobile Banking, you can do so in 5 steps:
You can also pay QR bills at your bank or post office. As with payment slips, you will be given the receipt as proof of payment.
However, don’t forget to replace your standing order. All standing orders based on a red or orange payment slip must also be changed and corrected with the new references found on the QR bill.
The introduction of QR bills will have no impact on your credit contract, the number of your monthly payments, or the amount of your credit. It is only the payment method that will change. You can find more information about the introduction of QR bills here.
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