It is available in the Chase Mobile App, on Chase.com and in the Chase Pay App.
Chase QuickPay® is now better together with Zelle. Zelle (formerly clearXchange) is a person-to-person payment service available to almost anyone with a U.S. bank account. It’s now easier than ever to pay back a friend for dinner, even if he or she doesn’t bank with Chase.
Chase QuickPay® with Zelle® gives you a faster, easier and more convenient way to send money to and receive money from customers at other member banks, such as Bank of America, Wells Fargo and U.S. Bank. For a current list of participating banks, please go to zellepay.com.
Yes, you’ll need a Chase checking account to use Chase QuickPay® with Zelle®. Not a Chase customer? Learn more about Chase checking accounts.
If you’re a Chase customer with a Chase checking account, follow these steps to set up Chase QuickPay® with Zelle®:
1. Sign in to chase.com with your username and password.
2. Choose “Chase QuickPay® with Zelle®” from the “Pay & transfer” menu.
3. Read and accept the Chase QuickPay Service Agreement and Privacy Notice.
4. We’ll send you a one-time code so you can verify your email address and/or mobile number.
5. Choose the checking account you want to use. Start using Chase QuickPay® with Zelle® to send, receive and request money.
If you’re a Chase customer with a checking account, but you don’t have chase.com profile:
1. Go to chase.com and enroll to set up your profile.
2. Follow the steps above to set up Chase QuickPay® with Zelle®.
Yes. You can use Chase QuickPay® with Zelle® to send and receive money at no charge. Message and data rates may apply depending on your mobile service provider.
Timing for payments you send:
Timing for payments you receive:
There are no limits to the amount of money you can receive.
The limits on how much money you can send depend on the type of account you’re using:
Keep in mind: These transfer limits are for your combined accounts and may be subject to change.
Participating Zelle member banks and out-of-network banks set the limits on transfers sent to or received from Chase accounts.
When you use Chase QuickPay® with Zelle®, your recipients won’t see your account number, and you won’t see theirs. Make sure you send money to people you know and trust in order to help avoid scams and protect your account. We don’t protect or cover purchases if you use QuickPay to pay for goods or services.
Just sync your contacts from your mobile phone to make it easier for friends and family to send you money.
To split a charge in the app, go to your credit card or checking account activity, swipe left on a charge until the “Split” button appears and choose “Split.” This will take you into the Request and Split money flow within Chase QuickPay® with Zelle® and from there you can choose or add contacts you’d like to split the charge with.
If you’re not enrolled in Chase QuickPay® with Zelle® and you have an eligible checking account, splitting a charge will take you to Chase QuickPay® with Zelle® enrollment.
If you don’t see the “Split” button when you swipe left, you might have hidden your checking accounts or you may not have an eligible checking account.
Non-Chase customers should sign up with their bank’s online person-to-person payment service or go to zellepay.com for more options. Non-Chase customers can also send and receive money directly through the Zelle app.
Chase QuickPay® with Zelle® is a person-to-person payment service that lets you send and receive money from anyone with a U.S. bank account using an email address or mobile number.
You can use Chase Online Bill Pay for one-time and scheduled payments for your recurring monthly bills (for example, your rent or mortgage, utilities, credit card bills and car payments).