These are the ways of moving money around with one click, one swipe, or one command. Set the price, hit the button, transaction made. And five of the best ways to do this type of quick payment include ePay systems, PayPal, Apple Pay, Google Wallet, and direct bank transfers. Consider each below.
Many businesses have proprietary payment methods that work directly with their overall project planning. This allows owners, customers, clients, and everyone else in between to move as fast as banking systems allow to push payments through, and even will operate automatically on a predefined scale. ePay systems are sometimes set up within web functions, and sometimes are controlled through software or business servers in order to give more power and flexibility to the arrangement.
In the last several years, paying with PayPal has become more commonplace as accounts have become more full featured and more secure. It’s not uncommon to move money between families, friends, or through customer-client relationships when the extra steps that banks or credit cards suggest just make transactions take too much time, and often have fees associated with them that PayPal can make into a moot unit. If you have a mobile phone and a bank account, you can have a PayPal account, making instant transactions easy and efficient.
- Apple Pay
Apple Pay is another version of the instant payment concept, and although some of the kinks in the system are still getting worked out, the more people who use it, and the more companies that accept it, the better the technology will get. And in terms of security, Apple has always been at the top of the pack.
- Google Wallet
For Android users, the Google wallet system is set up for instant financial transactions through the app world. A few clicks and you can have a new app on your phone. Or you can pay for a book, or get an add-on to something you have in your system.
- Bank Direct Transfers
And finally, though they might take a bit of time to set up initially, once you have direct bank to bank transfers set up logistically, any time that you and someone you owe money have the same bank, those numbers can get moved quite easily and securely.