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PayPay Support for Mitsubishi UFJ Bank Account Linkage "in a limited way" : Machine translation

Only in case of taking over from Yahoo! Money

Engadget JP (Machine translation), @Engadget_MT
2020年4月8日, 午前11:35 in paypay
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This article is based on the Japanese version of Engadget and was created by machine translation.

PayPay, a smartphone payment service, has now limited support for bank account integration with Mitsubishi UFJ Bank.

This is because Yahoo! Money was integrated into PayPay at the end of September. If you used to use Mitsubishi UFJ Bank for Yahoo! Money, you will be able to charge your PayPay account from Mitsubishi UFJ Bank by transferring your account information from the PayPay app.

According to PayPay, the only users who can charge from Mitsubishi UFJ are those who used Mitsubishi UFJ for the aforementioned Yahoo! Money and then transferred the setting to PayPay. You cannot set a new charge from Mitsubishi UFJ Bank from the PayPay app. Yahoo! Money discontinued major services on September 30.

Many customers of Mitsubishi UFJ Bank, one of the three megabanks in Japan, are likely to remain unable to connect their accounts with the PayPay which is known for its bold returns.

This article is based on the Japanese version of Engadget and was created by machine translation. The Japanese edition of Engadget does not guarantee the accuracy or reliability of this article.


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