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Multi-Currency e-Pay (or MCEP), is a one-stop investment payment service that allows you to pay for your trades in SGD, USD or HKD within the KE Trade Portal, using your Maybank Singapore Dollar and foreign currency account(s) as your source of funds, and credit your share proceeds to your Maybank account(s) of the same currency.
A hassle-free way to pay for your share purchases via ATM, Cash Deposit Machine or Maybank Online Banking (www.maybank2u.com.sg)
This is the shares payment and crediting facility by SGX that allows the transfer of funds between your Maybank account and the stock broking company of your choice.
Go cashless and enjoy the convenience of paying with NETS. All you need is your Maybank Card linked to your Current or Savings account and Card PIN.
Not only can you top-up your stored value cards (e.g. NETS CashCard, NETS FlashPay card, EZ Link card and LTA concession card) with ease, you can also make payments at more than 85,000 NETS acceptance points island-wide, including retail outlets, restaurants, entertainment venues and taxis.
Maybank Mobile Money allows you to pay anyone, anytime and anywhere from your Maybank Current or Savings Account. You just need to know the collector's mobile number instead of bank account number. As a sender, you need to ensure that the collector has a Singapore-registered mobile number and a savings or current account with a bank in Singapore, or a Singapore-issued Visa or MasterCard credit card.
Pay any bank's Visa or MasterCard credit card issued locally or abroad. Simply login to Maybank Online Banking or Mobile Banking (mobile browser) and make a payment to your card anytime, anywhere
Cost-efficient and quick online funds transfers via ATM, Cash Deposit Machines or Maybank2u.com.sg; schedule the transactions at your own time
Have full control on how much and when to pay your bills via ATM, Cash Deposit Machine or Maybank2u.com.sg; schedule payments in advance or set up a recurring transfer
A quick and hassle-free way to settle your bills in Malaysia using your Maybank Singapore account; login to Maybank2u.com.sg from any location
Pay Any individual or billing organisation
Ease of application via Maybank2u.com.sg, for your Demand Draft to be sent anywhere in the world; minimum hassle as Maybank will delivery the iCheque to your recipient
Pay your bills conveniently at AXS Stations with your Maybank Platinum Debit Card, ATM Card, Mastercard Electronic ATM Card, or Credit Card with linked account for free.
Transfer funds from your accounts with other banks via Maybank2u.com.sg to your Maybank Savings or Current Account; a single login is all you need to use the transferred funds for your transactions; convenient login at your preferred time and place
An automated service that debits your Maybank Account to settle bills on time, every time; free yourself of mundane tasks like issuing cheques and standing in line to make payments
The fastest way to transfer Singapore Dollar funds between banks in Singapore; safe and efficient as funds are remitted via Monetary Authority of Singapore's Electronic Payment System
Also known as Banker's Cheque, it is an order for payment issued by Maybank on your behalf; an alternative way to transfer money to a recipient who does not accept cash or personal cheques
Revision of minimum average daily balance for Foreign Currency Call Accounts and Foreign Currency Current Accounts from 1 June 2014
Refer friends and get worth of S$250 Cash Credit and a gift!
Receive PANDORA Charm bracelet worth S$212 when you apply for new Maybank Credit Cards and CreditAble!
To update your contact details for SMS Transaction Alerts and One-time Authorisation Codes for online purchases, please click here for the relevant forms.
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