Received a text from Paym?

 
Paym can only send payments to people who have registered their mobile number for the service with a participating bank or building society.
If you have received a text message from Paym, it means that someone tried to send you money using the service. No money will have left their account, as it isn’t possible to send a Paym payment to someone who hasn’t registered.
We are sending text messages to alert people to register for the service so they can receive payments in future.
Someone has tried to send you money via Paym,the UK’s mobile payment service. To learn more about Paym,contact your bank or building society. Opt-out?Reply STOP
If you want to opt out from receiving text messages from Paym, simply register for the service with your bank or building society, or send a text to 61111 with the word ‘STOP’. Normal costs apply for sending this message – check with your mobile provider for more information.

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Seventeen banks and building societies offer the Paym service, and more than 3 million people have registered already. Simply select you bank now to join them.
Terms and conditions apply. Contact your bank or building society for more information.
Paym only sends the standard message shown opposite.
  • Paym will NEVER ask you to send any personal information via text message and neither will your bank.
  • Paym will also NEVER send any messages that contain a direct link to a website.
For more information about the text messages sent by Paym, visit our FAQ page.

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