||This article appears to be written like an advertisement. (November 2012)|
|Type||Division of Fiserv|
|Headquarters||New York, NY|
|Type of site||Online payment system|
Popmoney is a person to person payments service (P2P) developed by CashEdge (now part of Fiserv) and launched in December 2010. The service enables individuals to send and receive payments electronically in a manner that is designed to displace traditional check payments. Consumers may access Popmoney via a direct website (www.popmoney.com) or via the over 1,400 financial institutions which have integrated Popmoney into their online banking websites.
The name popmoney originates from (P)ay (O)ther (P)eople + (Money).
Popmoney differs from other person to person payment services in the manner that transactions take place. Popmoney transactions execute from the sender's checking account to the receiver's checking account directly, there is no requirement for a stored value account for either participant.
Popmoney transactions executed via popmoney.com cost $0.95. Those executed through financial institutions with Popmoney relationships are generally free, but some financial institutions charge fees. Generally transactions take 1-3 days, but in April 2013 real-time payments were enabled in select circumstances. 
Integration with Zashpay
Fiserv's acquisition of CashEdge necessitated a need for integration between Fiserv's Zashpay P2P service and Popmoney. Prior to acquisition Zashpay had in excess of 1,400 financial institutions signed up. Popmoney retained fewer financial institutions but those that it did were significantly larger.
Single sign on capability is enabled with over 1,400 financial institutions. The largest institutions are Citibank, U.S. Bank, PNC Bank, Regions Bank, Fifth Third Bank, Ally Bank (formerly GMAC Financial) and BBVA Compass. Others include First National Bank of Pennsylvania. Popmoney added 113 bank clients in 4Q 2012 and 455 overall for 2012 
The Consumerist criticized it for making it hard to get money out, because not all bank accounts can receive money from Popmoney. There are several reports of people who could not receive money because PopMoney froze their accounts and demanded a lot of paperwork to prove their identity. It is interesting that PopMoney attempts to enroll online bank customers and initiate transactions without customer's knowledge. Deductions made by PopMoney on the sender's side are immediate, but crediting of funds to the recipient is often delayed and not guaranteed. Any money lost due to PopMoney are not covered by Bank's FDIC insurance. PopMoney may pose new financial risks, particularly to senior citizens who are just getting used to online banking.
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