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French Bank Groupe BPCE Teams Up With Twitter To Allow Money Transfers Via Tweets

French Bank Groupe BPCE Teams Up With Twitter To Allow Money Transfers Via Tweets

One of France’s largest banks are reported to be teaming up with social media site Twitter to allow users to send money transfers via tweets.

Announced in a press release on their corporate website, Groupe BPCE disclosed that they would be the first ever banking group to allow users to send bank payments via Twitter.

Beginning in October, Twitter users in France will be able to send money to friends and family securely and free of charge via a simple tweet.

Everyone with a bank card and a Twitter account in France will soon be able to send money to other users easily, rapidly, securely and free of charge with a simple Tweet. This innovative service has been developed by S-money, the electronic money subsidiary of Groupe BPCE that provides an electronic wallet solution on mobile phones.

Read more or visit S-money.fr/twitter

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