Fiserv Popmoney Instant Payments to be introduced by First National Bank of Pennsylvania

First National Bank of Pennsylvania has announced that it is one of the first banks in the US and the first one in Pennsylvania to introduce Fiserv’s Popmoney Instant Payments.

First National Bank of Pennsylvania has announced that it is one of the first banks in the US and the first one in Pennsylvania to introduce Fiserv’s Popmoney Instant Payments.

 

Popmoney Instant Payments are a new feature of Popmoney’s P2P service that will allow FNB online banking customers with an FNB debit card to transfer money in real time to other people.

 

Samuel Kirsch, SVP of Electronic Delivery said: "First National Bank will continue to aggressively invest in technology to improve the delivery of our products and services."

 

Kirsch also added: "We already match services offered by some of the largest financial institutions in the nation, and we will continue to use leafing edge technology to meet the rapidly evolving needs of our current customers and to attract new customers."

 

FNB customers enrolled in Popmoney will have to chance to see a new instant payment option within Online Banking while they will enter a payment to an eligible recipient.

 

This last innovation is part of First National Bank’s strategy of innovation that has seen in April 2013 an enhancement of its Mobile and online banking services both.

 

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