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SGQR. Streamline PayNow Corporate and all e-payments into a single QR code.

About SGQR

SGQR (Singapore Quick Response Code) is a single QR code that combines multiple e-payment QR codes into a single SGQR label. It is intended to simplify QR e-payments in Singapore for both merchants and consumers.

Streamlined Payments

SGQR now supports PayNow. This means that businesses and consumers in Singapore can now streamline their e-payment processes into a single QR code.

To start using, simply register for SGQR, and have it displayed at your outlets or on your invoices and bills – it’s that easy!

SGQR now supports PayNow. This means that businesses and consumers in Singapore can now streamline their e-payment processes into a single QR code.

To start using, simply register for SGQR, and have it displayed at your outlets or on your invoices and bills – it’s that easy!

How to Apply?

Type
Description
For existing PayNow Corporate users If you already have an existing PayNow proxy linked to your Standard Chartered Business Banking current account, simply complete this SGQR Registration Form.
For new PayNow Corporate users To make use of the SGQR facility, you must first have a PayNow proxy linked to your Standard Chartered Business Banking current account.

Simply complete the PayNow Corporate Registration Form and PayNow Service Supplement to do so.

For SGQR Registration, you will also need to complete this SGQR Registration Form.

Ensure that all forms are duly completed and signed by your Authorised Person(s).

You will receive a notification once your registration is successful, and you can start using SGQR by displaying your SGQR label at your retail store(s) or on your invoices/bills.

Mail the completed form(s) and service supplement(s) to us using the Business Reply Envelope or e-mail to us at Service.SGBizBanking@sc.com from your registered email address with the bank.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • SGQR consolidates PayNow QR and other e-payment QR codes all into one QR code. Businesses do not have to generate and display a separate QR label for each of the payment schemes registered on SGQR, including PayNow. This also means that will be instantly transferred to your Standard Chartered Business current account.

  • Yes. You must first have a PayNow proxy with your Standard Chartered Business Banking current account. To apply for one, simply complete the PayNow Corporate Registration Form and PayNow Service Supplement and submit it together with your duly completed SGQR Registration Form.

  • You will have to provide your existing SGQR ID to the Bank in order for us to process the request to register and incorporate your PayNow proxy with your Standard Chartered Business Banking current account into the SGQR label. Upon successful registration, you will receive a newly printed SGQR label that supports your PayNow proxy. You will be required to replace the old SGQR label with the new one immediately.

  • No. Standard Chartered Bank is waiving the costs for a limited time.

  • You are strongly encouraged to register your PayNow proxy on SGQR to streamline your payment solutions to a single SGQR label as soon as possible, whether for display at your storefront or on invoices and bills.

  • For consumers who make payments to companies and merchants, their existing funds transfer limits apply.

    For corporates, the maximum amount will be according to their company’s authoriser limits.

    There is no minimum amount for PayNow transactions.

  • “Payment Reference” is an optional field (up to 25 characters) that can be included in your SGQR label for the PayNow scheme. If “Payment Reference” is included in the SGQR PayNow registration, the SGQR generated will include this payment reference. Your customers will not be able to amend the payment reference during their payment process. This “Payment Reference” will be included in all Inward PayNow transactions received via this SGQR and will also be reflected in your bank account statement.

  • You can display your SGQR label in your retail stores, or have it incorporated into your invoices and bills for ease of payment. When participating in pop-up events or roadshows, displaying your SGQR label can help simplify the payment process too.

  • SGQR labels will be provided if you register for SGQR with Standard Chartered Bank. However, if you wish to print additional SGQR labels, here are some things to take note:

    • The size of your QR code should be big enough to allow mobile devices to scan the QR code from a reasonable distance.
    • All labels will have to be printed in full colour (300 DPI resolution recommended) on vinyl code, matt surface water-resistant sticker in either A5 or A5 dimension.
    • All branding marks and icons should be visible, easy to identify and consistent in size.
    • All branding marks and icons should be listed in alphabetical order, or in a Z-pattern, and centre aligned.

    For more information, you may contact our team.

Disclaimer

Deposit Insurance Scheme

Singapore dollar deposits of non-bank depositors are insured by the Singapore Deposit Insurance Corporation, for up to S$75,000 in aggregate per depositor per Scheme member by law. Foreign currency deposits, dual currency investments, structured deposits and other investment products are not insured.