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Customers of the Bank of East Asia (BEA) can now make cash withdrawals without using a card via the UnionPay QR code cash withdrawal service.

Bank of East Asia unveils UnionPay QR code cash withdrawal service

All BEA ATMs in Hong Kong will offer this service.

Customers of the Bank of East Asia (BEA) can now make cash withdrawals without using a card via the UnionPay QR code cash withdrawal service, the bank announced in a press release.

BEA customers can make cash withdrawals from any designated UnionPay ATM in Hong Kong through the BEA app and without using their UnionPay card. All BEA ATMs in Hong Kong will offer this service. 

“The new launch is a response to increasing demand for cardless cash withdrawal services, and caters to a wide range of customer needs by providing more cardless withdrawal options,” said Elaine Wong, head of channel and transaction management department at BEA.

In the future, UnionPay International said that it will extend this service outside Hong Kong. 

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