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International Bill Pay

Cross-Border Bill Payment Service

It is estimated that $450 billion is remitted each year from developed to developing nations. 30% of this money is used to pay bills for families back at home.

Pipit Global has developed our Cross-Border Bill Payment Service to facilitate direct payment of bills online. Our growing B2B service currently includes over 1000 billers in 46 countries, and is accessed through our partner banks, eWallets, APPs and ATM/Kiosk networks.

There are 3 ways it works:

The biller’s customer selects the bill they wish to pay on the biller’s website

They select Pay Bill with Cash as their payment method

Pipit automatically generates a barcode order which is sent to the customer by email or SMS

The customer goes to their nearest Cash Collection point
where the barcode is scanned,

The customer pays over-thecounter with cash

Pipit notifies the biller that the order has been paid

The customer is issued with a receipt

The biller’s customer selects the bill
they wish to pay a Kiosk / ATM

They select Pay Bill with Cash as their
payment method

The biller’s customer pays
cash into the Kiosk /ATM

Pipit notifies the biller that the order
has been paid

The customer is issued with a receipt

The biller’s customer selects the bill
type in the APP

The customer selects pay bill

Pipit notifies the biller that payment
has been made

The bill payment is confirmed in the
customers’s account within the APP

Who will use the Pipit bill-pay service?

Currently 130 million consumers in Europe do not have a bank account or bank card, so this service will appeal to those consumers who can’t use traditional online payments.

It will also give migrant workers the opportunity to pay bills for their families back home while they work abroad. Up to now migrant workers without a bank account rely on expensive traditional money transfer methods to send cash back home to pay family bills. With the Pipit service, these consumers can pay the bill directly from their host country with less fees to pay.