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Users to be charged fees when paying credit card bills via WeChat
    2018-07-03  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

STARTING Aug. 1, the online messaging app WeChat, under Tencent Holdings, will collect service fees from users who pay credit card bills via the “Card Repay” service in WeChat Wallet. The new move will charge users 0.1 percent of each credit card bill, the company announced Sunday, TechWeb reported yesterday.

However, VIP users who pay back debts through WeChat Wealth, a platform providing online wealth management, and users who transfer savings over 500 yuan (US$75) regularly into “Aidingtou,” one of the money management tools provided by Wealth, will be exempted from service fees.

But this is not the first time WeChat has requested service fees for the use of Card Repay.

In November last year, WeChat issued a statement that said users who repay credit card bills via Card Repay and who has a bill exceeding 5,000 yuan will be charged 0.1 percent of the excess amount as a service fee.

In other words, before the coming August, users whose credit card payments are less than 5,000 yuan per month will not be charged, but those who possess multiple WeChat accounts registered under the same identity card will be subject to a free transaction limit of 5,000 yuan.

(Zhang Qian)

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