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Old 12.09.2008, 20:45
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Can I send money to Post Office account by ebanking of UBS

I would like to buy something online. The company provide me their post office account number (Postkonto-Nr.). May I pay them by UBS ebanking, or I have to be at the post office in person?
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Old 12.09.2008, 20:46
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Re: Can I send money to Post Office account by ebinking of UBS

What's ebinking?
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Old 12.09.2008, 21:07
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Yes, of course.
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Re: Can I send money to Post Office account by ebanking of UBS

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I would like to buy something online. The company provide me their post office account number (Postkonto-Nr.). May I pay them by UBS ebanking, or I have to be at the post office in person?
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Yes you can, it is one of the paymnet options, it's not the orange slip option, but the other slip option.

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Re: Can I send money to Post Office account by ebanking of UBS

This is what I did.
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Re: Can I send money to Post Office account by ebanking of UBS

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