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The Complete Guide To Zelle For Business: What Small Businesses Need To Know About The Money Transfer App

    Noah Miller
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Noah is a writer and content creator currently living in Fairfax, VA. When he isn't writing about IT solutions and innovations that help his clients, he's probably sitting behind a drumkit or adding new hardware to his computer. Since 2017, Noah has worked for federal, state, and commercial clients as a proposal writer, technical writer, copywriter, and analyst. He has a BA in Creative Writing and a Minor in German from Goucher College.

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    Anon

    Need to know which, if any, FREE online scheduling/appointment apps integrate with Zelle for PAYMENT. Most accept Pay Pal, Stripe or Square but I can’t find out if any integrate seamlessly with Zelle. Thanks !

      Jessica Dinsmore

      Hi Anon,

      Thank you for your question, but we actually aren’t aware of any scheduling platforms that specify an integration with Zelle yet either. Your best bet would probably be to contact Zelle directly and ask them. Best of luck!

        ANTONETTE PATRICE RUSSELL

        PNC Bank does not offer business zelle. I just literally came from there and ask them when are they getting it and banker advised me in the next few months they will roll it out.

        WellsFargo use to buy not right now, they said they are making some changes so, by the end of the year. Went there a couple 9f weeks ago to open a not for profit account and decided against since do not offer zelle for business yet.

        Both PNC and WellsFargo offer zelle for personal accounts though.

          Phil Giorgianni

          There’s a website for a company called banxate that purports to offer a zelle gateway for payments online but it appears to be defunct. Disappointing I thought I was about to be liberated from processor bullshit.

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            Tim

            USBank has never charged me for receiving or sending by Zelle. In the article it states that they do.

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              Jessica Dinsmore

              Hi Tim,
              Sounds like you’ve been getting a good deal! This is what US Bank’s website says about Zelle fees on business accounts:

              Are there any fees to use Zelle with an eligible business account at U.S. Bank?
              Yes, there is a fee to receive money to a business account at U.S. Bank. The fee is 2.50% of transaction amount with a $15 maximum fee or a $0.25 minimum fee. There is no fee to send money with Zelle and no fee to request money with Zelle at U.S. Bank. However, there is a fee for the business account to receive money.

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                Yvonne Grayson

                Two banks have informed me that they have implemented new rules governing HOW their businesses customers can use Zelle. For Wells Fargo, I was informed on 10/28 @8 am Eastern that “business accounts CAN ONLY receive Zelle funds from a Wells Fargo account – NOT from any other bank or financial institution”. For Bank of America, I was simply told that Zelle is not available to Business customers.

                Does anyone know if these changes or rules are the result of banking regulations OR if optional choices by the banks.

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                  Jessica Dinsmore

                  Hi Yvonne,

                  The Wells Fargo limitation is very likely an optional choice by the bank because we haven’t heard of any banking regulations that might apply. According to its website, Zelle continues to be available to Bank of America business customers. But take note of the small print at the bottom on restrictions.

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                    Tamara

                    Here’s something to think about for business use: Even though they say it’s “for business,” the bank (I’m looking at YOU, US BANK!) might restrict the Zelle capabilities to the named account holder only (the business owner). This means that you can’t delegate the bill paying to, let’s say, YOUR BOOKKEEPER, who pays all the rest of the bills by other methods. Even being an authorized signer on the account is not enough.
                    So sure, if the business owner wants to take on yet another responsibility that their employees ought to be doing, they could consider using this; otherwise, it’s of no use.

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                      Rodney Warwick

                      I’m a criminal investigator currently working a fraud case. The victim is a elderly gentleman that has been defrauded by someone using the Zellepay App. I have reached out to Zellepay’s legal department a number of times and received no response. The victim was partially reimbursed by his bank, BB&T however, their fraud unit has also reached out to me as they to perceive themselves to be a victim as well. Funny to after reading this article learn that they have ownership interest in Zellepay. Bottom line is their legal department should be available to assist victims of fraud…..

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