The following banks belong to the Esprit Group: AEK Bank 1826, acrevis Bank AG, Regiobank Solothurn, Alpha RHEINTAL Bank, Alternative Bank Schweiz, Bank Brienz Oberhasli, Bank BSU, Bank EEK, Bank WIR, Bank EKI Genossenschaft, Bank Gantrisch Genossenschaft, Bank SLM, Bank Thalwil, Bernerland Bank, Bezirks-Sparkasse Dielsdorf, Ersparniskasse, Rüeggisberg Genossenschaft, Glarner Regionalbank, Spar- und Leihkasse Bucheggberg, Saanen Bank AG, Spar- und Leihkasse Frutigen, Spar+Leihkasse Riggisberg AG, Sparkasse Schwyz
Setting up the connection
Invoices can be easily transferred from the ePost app to the mobile banking app of the desired bank from the Esprit network. No configuration or installation is required. Just make sure that you have set up both apps on your mobile.
Download the Mobile Banking App from the Google Play Store or App Store if you don't already have it installed. Check that you have the latest version.
Submit and pay the first invoice
1. You are starting in the ePost app.
2. Clicking the "Pay now" button on a bill will take you to the "Add bank account" option. There you can search for your bank and select the appropriate bank.
3. If you have not yet installed the Mobile Banking App, you can go to the Google Play Store/App Store from here and do this now. If you have already installed the Mobile Banking App on this mobile device, then click on the "Next" button and you can activate your bank as a payment method.
The picture shows AEK as an example, the process is the same for all banks.
4. Now you can click on the green tick at the bottom right to send the invoice to the bank.
5. You will now automatically switch to the corresponding mobile banking app. There you log in and can check the payment data. Check, for example, whether the correct debit account has been selected. The payment process can be completed with "Bank transfer CHF X.XX".
6. To process another invoice or additional documents, open the ePost app again.
Transmit and pay further invoices
1. You can send an invoice to the Mobile Banking app using the "Send invoice to bank" function in the ePost app.
2. You now automatically switch to the Mobile Banking app and can check the transmitted payment data there.
3.The payment process can be completed with "Transfer CHF X.XX".
4. to process another invoice or additional documents, open the ePost app again.