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Individual Batch Payment Collection Service
 

I. Introduction
Individual Batch Payment Collection is a service which allows the fee collectors to collect fees from individual customers (hereinafter referred as "fee paying customers") through ICBC corporate Internet banking. Functions available to you include committing the instruction of fee paying, inquiring the processing status, and inquiry and maintenance of the fee-paying customer sheet.

II. Target Client
Institutions demanding fee collection from personal customers.

III. Features
1. Speed up the return of funds.
2. Safe, efficient, and convenient.

IV. Application Condition
Corporate Internet banking clients

V. Sign up
You need to submit the ICBC E-banking Client Registration Application Form and its enclosed form, and sign the ICBC Online Payment Service Agreement.

Ⅵ. Service Channel and Time
Corporate Internet banking can process operation instructions 24 hours a day.

Ⅶ. Tip
The latest edition of software (Client) is under the column of "Customer Service" on the website of ICBC Internet banking, which clients can use to program their instructions of batch collection in advance.

Ⅷ. Considerations
Personal fee paying customers can choose either signing the agreement online or signing the letter of authorization at their local ICBC branch as way of authorization.

Ⅸ. Definition
1. Signing the agreement online: Personal fee paying customers shall sign the Fee-paying Agency Agreement between ICBC and Personal Clients. There are two ways to sign the agreement: first, log onto the website of ICBC personal Internet banking; second, enter the ICBC website through a link at the fee collecto's website.
2. Signing the letter of authorization at the ICBC branch. Personal fee paying customers shall complete all necessary authorization procedures at their local ICBC branches.

Responsibility Statement: The contents on this page are for reference only. The ultimate power of interpretation is under the Industrial and Commercial Bank of China Limited. For part of the contents, notice and specific regulations of local branches shall prevail.

(2016-10-31)
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