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first direct launches Paym for its customers

14 Oct 2014

From today, 14th October, first direct customers will be able to use Paym to make secure payments of up to £350 per day to friends, family and anyone else using the Paym service with just a mobile phone number from the first direct Banking on the go App.

There have been over one million registrations and over £6.5m sent since the service launched in April this year.

Sean Barton, Head of Digital at first direct commented:  “Nearly one in three payments is now being made through our Banking on the go App, and with over 30% growth in mobile payments since the beginning of 2014, I’m sure this will be a welcome addition for our customers.”

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For further information please contact amanda.brown@firstdirect.com on 01132766700 or rebecca.sykes@firstdirect.com on 01132766899.

first direct has been voted the best brand in the UK for customer service by Which?

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