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Back to school! 4 clever ways to avoid long banking hall queues while paying fees

December 28, 2019 at 16:12
Back to school! 4 clever ways to avoid long banking hall queues while paying fees

The festive season is almost coming to an end and during this time parents begin to think about how their children will resume their studies in the various schools that they are studying in.

One of the things that worry parents most is how they will pay their children’s school fees since most banking halls usually have long queues and you might have to wait for hours to access the teller.

While waiting in the line, you can get really frustrated and sometimes some people decide to go back home so that they can come early the next day only to find a longer queue.

But this does not have to be the case because you can pay school fees at the comfort of your home and this is where Co-operative Bank comes in.

There are 4 different ways that you can use to pay your  fees and that is; the MCo-op Cash app, M-Pesa Pay Bill, Co-op PesaLink or at a Co-op Kwa Jirani agent.

To pay your fees  through the MCo-op Cash app follow these steps:

  • Log in to MCo-op Cash
  • Select Other Payments
  • Select School Fees
  • Enter school code/business number; click here to confirm your school’s coordinates
  • Enter account to pay from
  • Enter student number
  • Confirm transaction
  • Receive SMS confirming that the transaction was successful

(You can also dial #667 on your phone and follow the same steps)

To pay your fees through M-Pesa PayBill follow these steps:

  • Go to Lipa na M-Pesa (PayBill)
  • Enter Business Code 400222
  • Enter Account Number as School Code followed by # followed by the student number, for example, 1059#123456789
    (NB: Click here to confirm your school’s coordinates)
  • Enter amount
  • Enter M-Pesa PIN
  • Confirm transaction
  • Receive SMS confirming that the transaction was successful

To pay your fees through a Co-op Kwa Jirani Agent, simply walk to the nearest one and give them the details of the student and name of the school and the money and you will get a receipt.

To pay your fees through Co-op Internet Banking (Co-opNet) follow these steps:

  • Log in to Co-op Internet Banking
  • Select ‘Bank Transfer’
  • Enter the required details for the school’s account
  • Confirm the transfer
  • Print out your receipt once the payment goes through

For more information, you can visit C0-op Bank’s website and ask them any questions that you may have through their Twitter. #WeAreYou

 

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