Mobile payments provider Sniip says it will be increasing the number of billers accessible through its app to 45,000, and gaining access to 1.5 million more payments each working day, after being sponsored into the BPAY scheme by e-payments giant, Indue.
Emails claiming to be from Optus are the latest scam to circulate in Australia as scammers attempt to trick anyone opening the email to provide their credit card information to pay a supposedly unpaid bill from the telco.
Twenty years after BPAY was launched in Australia around 60% of Aussies now pay their bills using the service, according to the payments company which says that on average people pay five or six bills a month.
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