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Zelle - Paying yourself

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I have confirmed that you can pay yourself using Zelle using multiple banks such as Chase, Wells Fargo, Capital One, etc.


You create multiple email addresses and sign up with each bank using the email as the contact such as example: mechase@, mewells@ or whatever your heart desires. You then verify all the information required to link the accounts. 


Payment is instant and just as if you were paying someone else. Why do this instead of just transferring from another bank? I like instant things. I keep my money in a few different accounts for reporting purposes as they are from different jobs. If I want to pay a bill but don’t have enough money in one account I can just do this and boom it’s there. It does mark a note that the money came from the user name on the account so it’s obvious it’s not new income. 


I just thought I would share if anyone was interested in doing the same.

Edited by rickyrljr

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That might be assuming you sign up with Zelle on the Zelle website using the same email address in that case yes. You sign up with Zelle through the bank not with Zelle directly. You use a different email address which is the only way to differentiate a different Zelle account etc. Let me know if you have any questions.

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I just did an immediate transfer back and forth from my Wells Fargo, Chase, and Capital One all instant. This does work. I love technology.

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