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You can now send money with zelle to your family and friends. Early Warning Services, LLC has made Zelle for this purpose. Before we continue on how to send money with zelle lets know what it is all about.
What is Zelle.
Zelle is a United States–based digital payments network owned by Early Warning Services, LLC, a private financial services company owned by the banks Bank of America, BB&T, Capital One, JPMorgan Chase, PNC Bank, U.S. Bank and Wells Fargo.
Who is Zelle made for
Sending money with Zelle is for everybody but for your protection, you should only use Zelle when sending money to people you know and trust, such as friends and family.
How to Use Zelle to send money to anyone
Follow these steps to Send money with Zelle:
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- Go to Send money with Zelle
Sign on to Wells Fargo Online, then go to Send Money with Zelle located under Transfer and Pay in the main menu. In Wells Fargo Mobile, sign on and tap Zelle in the bottom bar. If you’re not yet enrolled, you’ll be asked to accept our terms and conditions and enroll an email address or U.S. mobile number, and link a deposit account so you can receive money with Zelle.
- Add or select recipient
To add a recipient, select the “ + ” icon at the upper right of your screen and enter your recipient’s information. If your recipient is already in your list of recipients, select their name (smartphone) or the arrow to the right of their name (desktop and tablet) to continue.
- Enter amount and select your funding account
Enter the amount you want to send and choose an account to fund your payment. On desktop or tablet devices, you may have the option to select a delivery speed. Next, select Continue.
- Review and send
Carefully review the details of your payment before you send it. If it’s the first time you’ve sent money to this recipient, we will send you an access code to help verify your identity. If your recipient’s U.S. mobile phone number or email address is enrolled with Zelle, we’ll display the name of the recipient on record before you continue (in some cases, this may only be a first name). After you send your payment, you’ll get a confirmation screen with the details of your payment.
- Recipient is notified
Your recipient will be notified by email or text message with the details of your payment and instructions on how to enroll to receive the money if action is necessary.
- Recipients must enroll to receive money
If your recipient is not enrolled with Zelle, they’ll need to enroll to receive money. They will have fourteen (14) days to complete their one-time enrollment using the same email address or U.S. mobile number you used to send them the payment. If your recipient does not enroll with Zelle within 14 days, the money will be returned back to your account. Once your recipient enrolls with Zelle, this and all future payments to them are typically delivered in minutes. In some cases, we may need to delay or block a payment for your protection.