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Who can confirm if there exist a fee for Standard Chartered’s EasyBill Payment Programme?

I would like to be put in the clear as regards the existence of a fee for the Standard Chartered EasyBill Payment Programme and if so how do I get know the amount and fees?

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    Yes I can confirm that there is a non-refundable onetime processing fee charged for each eligible Standard Chartered EasyBill transaction. The SC EasyBill fee is not a fixed amount but will vary according to the Standard Chartered EasyBill facility chosen by the client in the Online Application. During the application, the fee will be reflected once the client selects the type of eligible payment from the options of IRAS, Rental, Education or Insurance and prior to submitting the online application. By the way, you can also check the SC EasyBill amount and fee via your monthly e-Statement or hardcopy statement.

    2019.08.01 6:18

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