Bank account details somewhere/anywhere
Hi. Liking this service so far.
Its nice keeping track of debts, however, it is not much use not knowing how to pay it. (Not everyone uses paypal).
In UK and Australia, someone just needs bank account details to do a transfer. Would be nice either to have one or all of the following:
1. My own account details available for my friends to see. Even if not in their own fields, maybe in a "other info" memo type field.
2. Or be able to put my own comments on my friends so I can make a note of their account details. (or if I think they arent good at paying back)
3. When the expense is added... to explicitly send a custom email out to the involved people with my bank account details
I understand that it can be hard trying to look at expenses from different granularities, ie "how much in total do I owe this person" vs "how much is owed for this expense" vs "how much for this group for this person"
Keep up the good work!
Storing bank account #s is unfortunately tricky, as there are some serious security concerns around bank #s here in the US and in some other countries. Still, we’d like to do it if possible. It’s not on our roadmap yet, but we’re definitely considering it for the future.
providing/display bank account details
Anshul Rathi commented
Add a support to settle account thru splitwise only - direct Financial Institution deposit facility
Even every Financial Institution having this central facility to send money in other account like chase quick pay - popmoney.com etc ..
Madhusmita Dash commented
Splitwise doesnot link bank account but at least it can provide an option to save bank account numbers of the contacts. Everytime I have to settle with my friend through internet banking for example, I have to ask for account number, would be better if I directly found it on Splitwise.
Daniel Coelho commented
This group description field would serve for example to write the IBAN or paypal accounts of the payers. Ideally, this info should be on each personal profile hidden. Then the person would chose to whom would like that the details are visible.
It's just a description field, although IBAN or paypal details are public, you are not responsible for what people write in the descriptions.
Make it simple!
Karthik Shivashankar commented
In india we are going through a revolution of less-cash society. With this in mind, we should be able to add account details (UPI in India) of the person which would be available within the group.
For safety, a user can add only his own account in Splitwise and selectively make it visible in his groups.
This would help us to settle payments through online transfer with details in Splitwise. At present we send account details on Whatsapp.
I think it would be great if there is an option to add files to the group which has account details of all the group members.
Asking bank details everytime is stupid and annoying !
There is nothing tricky by adding a PAYMENT INFORMATION field where user can explain how they can be paid. No security issue at all as it's only public information
Natalie Lauwers commented
It woud be practicale that a friend can give hus accountnumber somewhere in the app....
Łukasz Es commented
if it is tricky please leave a blank fields for any additional information about the user- visible for friends, and allow friends to copy that info. so simple as that .. this app without bank account number is so less useful
similar to how mint.com does it, it would be great to be able to have a feed of my bank transactions and easily be able to approve or ignore transactions to post to splitwise.
Santosh Kadam commented
could you add extra fields for bank account number for each participant belongs to same group and it should display on user account summary. so we can find other user account number easily and we can transfer money to them by using our Owen payment options
Tushar Kaurani commented
Every time someone has to transfer funds to me, he/she has to ask my bank details, which really is annoying. So simply, make an enhancement to accept user's bank/e-wallet details (optional) while registration. And show it in friends profile. So whenever anyone wants to transfer the funds, he/she can directly refer to the details and get done with it. Hope this helps
Can you add as a feature adding my bank account details. Here in Poland we do not use PayPal to make a transfers between each other but mainly a bank transfers or on a phone number. It would really help, if my friend would be able to see my back details already in the Splitwise including accounts in different currencies.
Thanks in advance,
After having a trip, I am often trying to get bank account details from friends. It would be nice if the tool would allow a user to input his details (sort code and Accountnumber) and enable sharing this with other user. This would allow other people to wire the money to their account to settle a bill.
Filipe Patricio commented
Every user should have an IBAN field to be easier with transfers
Inna Grynova commented
In place where I live we transfer money to each other via bank transfers. So there's a critical need to know each other's bank account details (number would be enough).
I would like to be able to add it to my profile. And to allow everyone who owns me to see it.
I am using SPLITWISE for last 5-6 months and i like the app very much.
But when i want to settle some amount i need to transfer the money using my default banking account service.
I suggested to implement/add the feature of transferring the settled amount to Different Bank in the App itself. So this will make the life easier and hassle free.
In the Netherlands, currently Wiebetaaltwat.nl (whopayswhat) is your biggest competition. I'm trying to convince as much people to use Splitwise, as it's simply much better in so many ways. However, there is one, tiny small thing, that Wiebetaaltwat does better: Showing the IBAN info for people. Just the IBAN and name, as mentioned earlier here, would make it a lot less of a hassle to get people to pay up. Do not hestitate to contact me if you'd like me to deeper explain why!