JK Bank MPay Daily And Monthly Transactions Limit And Charges

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JK Bank MPay Daily And Monthly Transactions Limit And Charges

 

J&K Bank mPay is a mobile application that allows you to access your bank account(s) using a smart phone. You can view account related information, transfer funds, pay bills and recharge your mobile and a lot more using this application. Download the application now to make banking simple!An existing J&K Bank customer with a Savings/Current/Cash Credit account having mobile number updated with us can use mPay facility.

 

 

What is the daily Transaction limit?

Daily transaction limit of Rs. 5, 00,000 & Monthly limit of Rs. 30, 00,000. Total Number of transactions per day: 20
Max amount per transaction: Rs.3,00,000 (JK Bank – JK Bank)
Max amount per transaction: Rs.2,00,000 (IMPS/ NEFT)

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