Banco Inter account holders can now make transfers and payments using the PIX. The Central Bank’s new instant payment system operates 24 hours a day, every day, including holidays and weekends, appearing as an evolution of the traditional TED and DOC.
Recently launched by the Central Bank, the tool is free and can be used to send and receive money to customers of any bank, with the amount reaching the recipient in a few seconds.
After showing how PIX works at Banco do Brasil, C6 Bank and PicPay, it was time to learn how to make a PIX at Banco Inter. In the tutorial below, we explain how to transfer and receive to your account in a very simple way.
Register PIX keys at Banco Inter
The easiest way to make a PIX is using the keys, which can be your CPF, cell phone number or email. There is also the possibility to generate a random key, created by the bank itself.
Using one of these codes, it is not necessary to enter the recipient’s agency and account numbers, just enter the key when transferring.
To register your keys at Inter (you can have up to five of them), follow these steps:
Open the bank’s app, login and tap “PIX” on the home page;
Home screen.Source: André Dias – Tecmundo / Reproduction
Then choose “Key management”.
Go to the keys menu.Source: André Dias – Tecmundo / Reproduction
Now, press “Register key”.
Start key registration.Source: André Dias – Tecmundo / Reproduction
Choose the type of key you want by touching the corresponding option.
Types of keys.Source: André Dias – Tecmundo / Reproduction
Finally, confirm your key.
Transfer by Inter PIX
After registering the keys, which will be used to receive from other people, we go to the steps to make a transfer via PIX on the Banco Inter app.
This option can be activated when you need to send money at any time, without being tied to conventional banking hours. Instead of doing TED or DOC, follow the tips below.
On your account’s home screen, tap “PIX”.
Opening the PIX.Source: André Dias – Tecmundo / Reproduction
Select the “Pay” option.
Transfer with PIX.Source: André Dias – Tecmundo / Reproduction
Choose one of the available options (QR Code, CPF / CNPJ key, cell phone, email, bank details or code).
Options for sending a PIX.Source: André Dias – Tecmundo / Reproduction
Then, read the QR Code or inform the data of who will receive it, according to the option chosen.
Field for entering the transfer recipient’s key.Source: André Dias – Tecmundo / Reproduction
Enter the transfer amount.
Enter the amount to transfer.Source: André Dias – Tecmundo / Reproduction
Confirm the recipient’s details and tap “Pay”.
Confirm the sending of the money.Source: André Dias – Tecmundo / Reproduction
Then, the app will display the transaction receipt, which can be stored and (or) shared.
Proof of transaction.Source: André Dias – Tecmundo / Reproduction
How to receive a PIX through Inter?
Do you need to receive any amount? Use the receipt function provided by the bank, through which the money arrives on time.
See how easy it is.
Open the app and tap “PIX”.
Tool menu.Source: André Dias – Tecmundo / Reproduction
Select the “Receive” option on the next screen.
Opening options to receive a PIX.Source: André Dias – Tecmundo / Reproduction
Choose “Static PIX” or “Dynamic PIX”, as needed.
Set the code type for the receipt.Source: André Dias – Tecmundo / Reproduction
Select the key that will be used in the transaction and tap “Continue”.
Choose your key to receive.Source: André Dias – Tecmundo / Reproduction
Enter the amount to be received, the identification and description information, if you wish, and press “Continue”.
You can enter the amount receivable or leave it blank.Source: André Dias – Tecmundo / Reproduction
Tap “Share to receive” and choose how you want to send the code to the person who will be making the payment.
Share the transaction code with whoever will pay you.Source: André Dias – Tecmundo / Reproduction
Wait for the money to be sent to your account.
PIX transaction statement
You can follow all transactions made through the new system of instant payments in the option “Statement and returns”, on the PIX homepage.
Extract from PIX.Source: André Dias – Tecmundo / Reproduction
By touching it, it is possible to see the transfers made and received, with the details of each one (values, dates, etc.).