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What is VibePay?

VibePay is a social payment initiation service. It enables users to request and receive payments instantly by linking their bank account securely, via the Open Banking technology. In less techy lingo, VibePay is an app that lets you request money and get paid back.

Why should I use VibePay?

VibePay takes the pain and awkwardness out of asking for money back.

Is it safe to transfer money through VibePay?

It’s very safe since each individual transaction has to be authorised via the user’s online banking provider. That means no transactions will be made from the account without the user’s consent. With Open Banking, you only share your security credentials with the bank you use and trust – we never see it.

What’s the difference between VibePay and a normal bank transfer?

With VibePay, you don’t have to ask for sort codes and account numbers. All they need is your VibeMe link to easily pay you back.

Can I initiate a payment with the VibePay app?

Sure, all you need is a payment request or VibeMe link. Once you have paid your friends once using their link it's also super easy to pay them again and again in app - even if they switch bank accounts.

How does VibePay ensure user security?

VibePay is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority, which means we have to follow a set of rules designed to keep consumers safe. We have strict policies for everything from how our employees choose their email passwords to how we treat our users’ personal data. For more information on how we manage your personal data you can read our Privacy Policy.

Why should I use VibePay when I already have a bank account?

VibePay is not a bank, and therefore you do not have to open a new account to use VibePay. Simply connect your current bank account to VibePay and request money from any of your friends, regardless of who they bank with. The fancy name for that is bank-agnostic.

Can I pay even though I don’t have the app?

Right now you need an account to pay payment links.

Will you start charging users money?

Nope, VibePay will always be 100% free for consumers.

Which banks can I use VibePay with?

You can currently use VibePay with:
– Bank of Ireland
– Bank of Scotland
– Barclays
– Danske Bank
– First Direct
– Halifax
– Lloyds
– Marks & Spencer
– Monzo
– Nationwide
– NatWest
– Revolut
– Santander
– Starling
– Tesco
– UlsterBank

Why is my bank not on the list?

We’re working hard on getting more banks integrated, sorry it’s taking a while. Post in the forum or ping us a tweet to let us know which bank you want to use VibePay with, and we’ll make sure to get to it next.

I have received a payment request, how do I pay?

Just click on the links and follow the steps. Easy peasy!

What is Open Banking?

Open banking is a new set of rules where banks have to allow their customers to share their own transaction data with third parties. Open Banking is great for us consumers – it means that we own our account information, not the banks.

What does it mean that VibePay is bank-agnostic?

It means that it doesn’t matter who you or your customers bank with, with VibePay you can easily request money you’re owed. No need to set up a new account or go through countless steps to add new recipients.

Why do I need a PIN in the app?

We want to keep your sensitive information as safe as possible. If you enable biometrics you'll only need your PIN as a fallback or when signing into a new device, so it shouldn't be too intrusive!

How to delete my Vibe account?

If you would like to delete your vibe account please email with the following info: provide email address associated with your account.

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