Chase QuickPay

Chase QuickPay

in Money Transfer Services from Chase Bank · Member fdic


Chase QuickPay


in Money Transfer Services from Chase Bank · Member FDIC

SuperMoney Net Recommendation Score -39%



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Mostly not recommended

5 users recommend
1 user is unsure
12 users don't recommend
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Community Rating Mostly not recommended
Minimum Transfer $1
Processing Fee Range ($) $0
Transfer Speed (days) 0 days
Processing Commission 0%
Number of Reviews 18

Chase QuickPay Review

Chase QuickPay is a money transfer services company based in New York, NY. It was founded in 1877 and offers money transfers within the United States.
Chase QuickPay FAQ

What money transfer methods does Chase QuickPay support?

Chase QuickPay allows you to send money to the following destinations:

  • Bank accounts.
  • Personal transfers without the need of a bank account

How long does it take for the money transfer to arrive with Chase QuickPay?

Typically, money transfers will take 0 day to arrive. However, this may vary depending on the amount, currency, and destination.

How much money can you send with Chase QuickPay?

Chase QuickPay does not have a minimum transfer amount.

The maximum amount you can send per transfer is $2,000.

What fees and commissions does Chase QuickPay charge?

  • Chase QuickPay does not charge a flat processing fee.
  • There isn't a processing commission fee.
Chase QuickPay Fees
Processing Commission 0%
International Transfer Fee N/A
International Transfer Fee ($) N/A
Processing Commission Range N/A
Processing Fee Range ($) $0
Premium Processing Fee N/A
Foreign Currency Transaction Fee N/A
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Message From Our Editor

What we love about Chase Quickpay

Chase Quickpay is an easy way to send money to your friends quickly and without paying any fees. It works through Zelle, so your friends don’t have to bank with Chase. As long as you know their phone number or their email address, you can send money. Money you send is typically available within minutes, making Chase Quickpay one of the fastest ways to send money from your bank to a friend.

What could Chase Quickpay do better?

Chase Quickpay is a great way to send money to your friend easily, but it only works if your friend has a Zelle-enabled bank account. If they don’t bank with an institution that offers Zelle or don’t have a bank account at all, you won’t be able to use Chase Quickpay. There are also limits on how much money you can send at one time, which means that it isn’t a great choice if you’re frequently paying friends for large bills, like rent.

Chase Quickpay is only available in the United States, so you can’t send money internationally.

Chase Quickpay‘s backstory

JPMorgan Chase is an American multinational financial services company that was formed with the merger of J.P. Morgan & Co and Chase National Bank in 2000. Chase QuickPay is offered using Zelle, a person-to-person payment service created in 2017 to help bank customers easily transfer money to their friends.

The Verdict

 Chase Quickpay is one of the best ways to quickly send money from your bank account to your friends. If you’re trying to pay someone back for lunch or just send a quick gift, it’s a great choice. However, transaction limits mean that you’ll want to find an alternative for larger, regular transactions like paying a roommate back for your portion of the rent.

Feature Breakdown

Processing Fee Range ($) $0
Processing Commission 0%
Maximum Amount to Transfer $2,000
Mobile Transfer  
Payment Options
  • Automatic Payments
  • Storefront
  • Bank Transfer
Transfer Speed 0 days
Transfer Methods
  • Bank
  • Personal

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