The Croatian Postal Bank offers the e-Cash service.
The Croatian Postal Bank (HPB) is the first bank in Croatia which has introduced the e-Cash service, enabling its clients to withdraw cash from ATMs without using bank cards. Users of the Mobile Banking Service can now easily withdraw money on HPB’s ATMs – all 344 of them in the whole of Croatia, just by entering a code from the mHPB mobile application, reports tportal.hr on November 8, 2017.
“Technology changes life and business needs, and we are ready to offer new, modern services which are important to our customers,” said Mladen Mrvelj, a member of HPB’s board of directors in charge of IT development.
“Given the role of mobile phones today, more and more banking services are linked to mobile banking. HPB has enabled its customers to easily and safely withdraw money from ATMs via mobile banking service without using a bank card. You just have to sign in to the mHPB mobile app, select the amount you wish to withdraw, create a one-time code and enter it at the ATM,” said Danijel Baruškin, executive director of HPB’s Direct Banking Sector.
Baruškin announced that the HPB planned to expand its e-Cash service in early 2018 with the option of sending cash to other people by selecting a contact from the mobile phone’s phonebook. Thus, HPB customers will be able to quickly and securely send codes to other people and make it possible for them to withdraw funds from ATMs or in bank branches, as well as in offices of the HPB’s partner network.
The Croatian Postal Bank was the first in Croatia which has made it possible for its clients to log on to the mobile banking system with a fingerprint, it was first to introduce the possibility of blocking and unblocking of bank card using the mHPB application, and last year it was the first in the Croatian banking market to offer an online current account, which is the option of opening a current bank account without clients having to go to the bank’s branch office personally.
Translated from tportal.hr.