Brazil’s C6 Bank Introduces Pix Collection for Legal Entities

C6 Bank corporate customers have one more option “to receive payments in their businesses: Pix Cobrança.”

With the free resource, it is possible “to issue personalized QR codes and manage payments in a simplified way through the app.”

Monisi Costa, head of products for legal entities at C6 Bank, said:

“In sales made via Pix, it is common for the buyer to enter payment information. By using Pix Cobrança, the seller offers a more practical experience for his customers and avoids problems in filling in the data. In practice, the functionality does away with the need to send the Pix receipt.”

Pix Cobrança is “available on the ‘Charge’ icon in the C6 Bank app.”

When selecting ‘New charge’, the seller is “directed to fill in the payment amount, due date, payer data and billing information.” Then, simply “proceed to ‘Generate charge’, wait for the dynamic QR code to be created and present it personally to the payer or share it online.”

It is also possible “to access the ‘Collection Management’ area via the ‘Charge’ icon and monitor the status of all QR codes issued – each new completion allows the creation of up to ten QR codes.”

In this section, the seller “has an organized view of all entries via Pix Collection , since the information is presented separately from the other account transactions.”

At C6 Bank, PJ customers can “carry out all their operations in an uncomplicated way through the app or Web Banking, but also have the human service of a team that is available to offer support when necessary.”

If you’re interested in becoming a C6 Bank customer, then you may “open a C6 Empresas account and have everything for your business with a digital, unlimited and free account with card (subject to analysis), withdrawals, pix, credit and much more.”

In another update, it was noted that this year, C6 Bank “started a new financial education project, this time in a public school in São Paulo.”

At C6 Escola, professionals from the bank “specialized in the subject train teachers, who apply their knowledge in the classroom.”

In this first stage, 34 high school students from Escola Estadual Renato Braga, in the south zone of São Paulo, “started to have weekly financial education classes with professors of mathematics and philosophy.”

The premise of the discipline is “that financial education is not limited to mathematical knowledge and mastery of calculations, but to multidisciplinary aspects that involve economic psychology, behavioral economics, and other areas little explored by conventional disciplines.”

A survey commissioned by C6 Bank and carried out by Ibope in 2020 “showed that only 21% of people had financial education up to the age of 12 and, among them, 45% did not share anything or passed on only little information about the household budget to their children.”

Liao Yu Chieh, financial educator at C6 Bank, said:

“The lack of financial education has a negative impact not only on young people’s lives, which increases the chances of getting into debt and not being able to consciously plan their future, but also exacerbates social inequalities.”

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