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# 178936 19-Aug-2015 19:53
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When I go to Kiwibank, I can choose to pay a bill by entering a name of a business and kiwibank maintain bank account lists internally, and take care of making sure the money goes to the right place.  I can for instance select the Timaru District Council Rates account by name, saving the normal concern over whether I've entered the bank account correctly.  Presumably, all banks have something similar.

Is it possible to get these lists from somewhere?

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  # 1370553 19-Aug-2015 21:13
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To be clear, I'm wanting to obtain the list to embed in a financial service.

 
 
 
 


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  # 1370601 19-Aug-2015 21:55
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rmt38: To be clear, I'm wanting to obtain the list to embed in a financial service.


Not just to deposit $0.01 into so they all have to waste time trying to figure out how to account for this 1 cent transaction? :)

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  # 1370623 19-Aug-2015 22:57
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I don't know if there is a list, although I know some banks did used to list them when you made a direct credit. eg. You typed in the first letter of the comanies name, it listed all the companies that started with that letter.

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  # 1371873 21-Aug-2015 22:32
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As a business, you need to apply to every bank to get listed in their bill pay systems.

almost every bank has the form on their website.




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  # 1371879 21-Aug-2015 22:43
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raytaylor: As a business, you need to apply to every bank to get listed in their bill pay systems.

almost every bank has the form on their website.


I recall when I did it for my business, that I just needed to fill in the form for my own bank, and they got it sent to all the other banks, as I then got confirmation from all the other banks when they had added it. The problem was that some of the banks mucked up some of the reference fields, which was difficult to get fixed.



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  # 1371910 22-Aug-2015 07:40
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Thanks guys.  That kills that dream :-D


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