sefcucu online banks are now available on Google Play and other app stores, offering people in India a new way to make their own money, a move that will be welcomed by those with cash strapped.
Sefcu is a virtual bank which allows people to send money via SMS, bank transfer, Paytm, Payal, Paybasket and eBanking apps.
It’s also available in a number of countries including China, Malaysia, Singapore and Vietnam.
“I have been using sefcuk online banking for over a year and a half now.
Now I can transfer money with a mobile number.
Now, I can also transfer money to my wife who is not able to use a mobile, or even a bank account,” said Manish, a resident of Bangalore.
“For the first time, I am able to make a transaction online,” added Manish.
“When I open a new bank account, it is very easy to use it,” said Kunal, another resident of the city.
“It’s very convenient,” said Amit, a student of Kolkata.
“With sefcuvos mobile bank, I have no problem to withdraw money,” added Amit.
“This is one of the few options to make money online that offers no fees or charges.
I cannot say enough about this app,” said Praveen, a retired teacher from Bangalore.
According to the website, sefcufilos offers a mobile app that offers customers an opportunity to transact using their own bank account and mobile number, along with the option to use their mobile wallet.
It also offers a number-based, mobile wallet service that allows users to send and receive payments.
“The app allows users who have bank accounts or bank accounts with no mobile wallets to make payments on their mobile wallets,” said Sevakumaran, director, Sefcufila.
“In order to make transactions with sevcufilas mobile wallet, customers have to make the purchase of the app, and then add the amount to their account.”
The app offers users the option of withdrawing funds using Paytm and Payal mobile wallets.
The mobile wallet offers the option for users to withdraw funds from the app using their credit or debit cards.
“Sefcufilias mobile wallets allow customers to withdraw cash directly from their bank accounts using Paypal, VISA, MasterCard, AmEx, American Express, etc. The users can also withdraw money from their own mobile wallets using their bank account or bank account with no money transfer fees,” the website said.
The company also has its own mobile wallet for users that offer a variety of options, including a card reader, a card scanner, and a payment gateway.
“If the user has no bank account that accepts Paytm or Payal cards, they can use the mobile wallet to withdraw Cash on Demand (COD) to their bank’s branch.
In this case, the user can also deposit their cash in the mobile wallets in order to transfer cash from one bank account to another,” the company said.
“Once the amount is deposited in the bank’s wallet, the transaction is processed on the bank branch, which allows the user to transfer the amount from one account to the other.
The process takes around five minutes,” the site added.
The sefcuca app was created by a team of about 25 developers, who have worked on it for the last one year, said the developer.
Sefcu was founded by BHU graduate Manish and a team from the Institute of Information Technology, Bengaluru, said Kalyan Gogoi, founder and CEO of sefcuz online banking.
“We have been working on sefcuraz for one year now.
We are confident that the app will become the new standard for money transfer.
This is the first product that allows the users to transact in cash in a manner similar to what they would do with their mobile phones,” said Gogai.
“Most of the other apps offer cashless options like Paytm in India.
This app has a very different approach, with the ability to transfer funds from bank accounts to mobile wallets and from bank account on to mobile wallet,” said the website.