The Hokuriku Bank, Ltd. Start of support for small amount remittance service “Kora remittance”

The Hokuriku Bank, Ltd.
Start of support for small amount remittance service “Kora remittance” Remittances of 100,000 yen or less between individuals can be used free of charge.

The Hokuriku Bank (President: Hiroshi Nakazawa), together with The Hokkaido Bank (President: Yuji Kanema), a member of the Hokuhoku Financial Group, will support the “Kora Remittance” service, which allows people to send money of up to 100,000 yen free of charge in 2022. We are pleased to inform you that we will start from November 24th (Thursday).
“Kora Remittance” enables remittances between applications of participating businesses and to bank accounts, and our customers can use “J-Coin Pay”, a smartphone payment service provided by Mizuho Bank.
The Bank will continue to pursue customer convenience by promoting cashless payments and actively introducing new services.
1. Handling start date
Thursday, November 24, 2022
2. subject
Ordinary savings account owned by an individual customer
(Accounts other than ordinary savings accounts and business accounts owned by corporate and individual business owners are not eligible.) 3. About “Kora Remittance”
This is a service that enables person-to-person remittances of 100,000 yen or less with simple operations from a smartphone app compatible with “Kora Remittance”.
For details, please visit the website of Kotra Co., Ltd.
(https://www.cotra.ne.jp/p2pservice/).
4. About “J-Coin Pay”
This is a cashless payment service for smartphones provided by Mizuho Bank, and we have started connecting accounts to this service since April 2019.
For details, please visit the Mizuho Bank website (https://j-coin.jp/). 5. Applicable SDGs goals
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Details about this release:
https://prtimes.jp/main/html/rd/p/000000351.000027374.html


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