Link accounts with 21 new financial institutions
On Friday, March 1, 2019, Mizuho Bank, Ltd. (President & CEO: Koji Fujiwara), a core subsidiary of Mizuho Financial Group, Inc. (President & CEO: Tatsufumi Sakai), launched the QR code–based smartphone payment service app J–Coin Pay for Mizuho Bank account holders. Beginning today, customers can also link accounts with 21 additional financial institutions, listed below.
J–Coin Pay allows customers to make payments, send and receive transfers, and perform other financial transactions all on their smartphones. Customers are also able to use the smartphone app to move funds between their J–Coin Pay accounts and their deposit accounts at their financial institutions for free, anytime and anywhere. More participating financial institutions and addition of affiliate merchants are to follow from April.
21 new participating financial institutions (by region and bank code)
|Tohoku||The Michinoku Bank, Ltd.|
|Kanto||The Gunma Bank, Ltd.|
|The Chiba Kogyo Bank, Ltd.|
|The Tochigi Bank, Ltd.|
|Chubu||The Bank of Toyama, Ltd.|
|The Mie Bank, Ltd.|
|The Daisan Bank, Ltd.|
|Kinki||The Bank of Kyoto, Ltd.|
|Chugoku||The San–in Godo Bank, Ltd.|
|The Chugoku Bank, Ltd.|
|The Hiroshima Bank, Ltd.|
|The Yamaguchi Bank, Ltd.|
|Tomato Bank, Ltd.|
|The Momiji Bank, Ltd.|
|Shikoku||The Hyakujushi Bank, Ltd.|
|The Iyo Bank, Ltd.|
|The Shikoku Bank, Ltd.|
|The Ehime Bank, Ltd.|
|The Higo Bank, Ltd.|
|The Nishi-Nippon City Bank, Ltd.|
|The Kitakyushu Bank, Ltd.|
Registering a bank account
A customer can link a deposit account at a participating financial institution with J–Coin Pay by downloading the J–Coin Pay app, selecting the appropriate bank, inputting the account number and other necessary information, and confirming their identity.
Account registration process outline
Please direct any questions about the app to the helpline below.
(In Japanese only).
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