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How Chase QuickPaySM Works
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You set up a payment
You set up a payment
You can send money to nearly anyone with a U.S. bank account.

All you need is the email address or mobile phone number of the person you're paying.1


Your recipient receives a message
Your recipient receives a message
Your recipient gets an email or text message that explains how to accept your payment.
Your recipient signs up
(if new to Chase QuickPay)
Your recipient signs up
Recipients who are NEW to Chase QuickPay must sign up first and verify the email address you used to send money.

The exact enrollment process depends on whether your recipient banks with Chase. Non-Chase customers must complete a few extra steps.


New recipient who banks with Chase
New recipient who doesn't bank with Chase
Your recipient accepts and receives your payment
Your recipient accepts and receives your payment
Your recipient logs on to Chase QuickPay and accepts your payment.

When your recipient accepts payment, we withdraw the funds from your account.

The amount of time it takes for your recipient to receive the money varies depending on:
  • When your recipient accepts payment.
  • The payment amount.
  • Whether or not your recipient is a Chase customer.
To learn more about enrollment, when recipients receive funds and other topics, read our FAQs.

1 Enrollment required. Both you and the other person need a U.S. bank account; only one needs a Chase checking account. Limitations apply. Message and data rates may apply. Such charges include those from your communications service provider.