Check the data! Oxxo will stop receiving Operations from Citibanamex – El Financiero

Check the data!  Oxxo will stop receiving Operations from Citibanamex – El Financiero

The Oxxo stores, Which has a network of more than 17 thousand points in the country and is one of the largest commercial chains that have been enabled as correspondents for banks, will stop providing service in this way. Citibanamex As of May 1.

The bank reported that “due to the review in our network of correspondents and the strong growth in the Bank typeFor, this year the alliance with Oxxo“.

So, Effective May 1, 2021You will no longer be able to make deposits into debit accounts or credit card payments Citibanamex In the Oxxo stores, Although operations with Saldazo will continue to operate normally.

Citibanamex explained that as an alternative, customers will be able to execute their operations through mobile banking, BancaNet, ATMs and toll-free branches. But also 7 Eleven, Casa Ley, Farmacias del Ahorro, Farmacias Guadalajara, Telecomm, self-service supermarket chain Chedraui, and Al super.

Oxxo stores charge 10 pesos for deposits that people make in BBVA Bancomer and Citibanamex accounts (through May 1), Santander, Scotiabank, Inbursa, HSBC, Caja Real del Potosí, Financiera Zafy, BanCoppel, Caja Moreliaadolid, Caja Vall Mexicana, Invex The Affirme. Only 16 numbers of the card or 10 numbers of a cell phone number (in case it is a mobile account) are required. Also in 2019, Banorte ceased owning Oxxo stores as a reporter.

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