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Police Credit releases PayAnyone - Mobile Email

Police Credit has released PayAnyone - Mobile Email a convenient and innovative new way to transact. This market-leading mobile payment technology enables Police Credit members to send payments to friends or businesses from their mobile device, simply by providing the recipient's mobile phone number or email address.

Police Credit is the first credit union (mutual) to offer this mobile banking feature to its 93,000 members.

Once a payment is sent, the recipient will receive an SMS or email from Police Credit containing instructions on how to collect their funds. It's a quick, secure and convenient payment option to split a cafe bill, pay money to friends, colleagues and contractors.

PayAnyone - Mobile Email works with most mobile devices with an internet connection, including Android, Blackberry, iPad, iPhone, Nokia and Windows Phones. It’s also the only service which uses web based mobile banking functionality rather than requiring users to download and update software applications.

PayAnyone - Mobile Email also allows the sender to cancel their payment at any time prior to funds collection.

The PayAnyone - Mobile Email software was developed by Ultradata Australia, a leading provider of banking software to the mutual sector.

Peter Kempster, CEO of Police Credit said: "With a member base that is highly mobile, we already have 30,000 members using mobile banking and we expect members to rapidly embrace this technology."

Police Credit is a credit union serving Police, Health and Government sectors in Victoria. Police Credit is owned by its 93,000 members, and has assets exceeding $1.1 billion.

For more information, visit www.policecredit.com.au/PayAnyone

For Media enquiries contact

Melanie Hyde
Marketing & Communications Specialist
Police Credit
121 Cardigan Street
Carlton Victoria, 3053