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Send and receive money securely using just a mobile phone number
Paym is a free service that lets you send and receive money securely to and from your friends and family using just a mobile phone number. No account numbers, no sort codes – and they don’t even need to bank with Nationwide. Just as long as they’re registered to use the service.
Log in to the Internet Bank to sign up for Paym:
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Paym lets you send and receive money securely, using just a mobile phone number.
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How to send and receive Paym payments, securely, using just a mobile number.
Before you can use Paym, you'll need to be registered for Internet Banking and have the Nationwide Mobile Banking app installed on your phone.
When you sign up to Paym, you can select the current account where you would like to receive Paym payments.
When you receive a payment, we'll text you once the money is in your account.
As long as they're signed up to Paym with their bank or building society, they'll be able to use the service.
Here's why Paym is one of the safest ways to send money to friends and family:
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