How to Transfer Money from Bank Islam to Maybank

Are you new to banking system and have no idea how to perform interbank transfer? Glad to have you here as this article will show you how to transfer money from Bank Islam to Maybank.

These two banks can be considered as two of the largest banks in Malaysia, and chances are you are also part of it. Well, interbank transfers may seem like a big deal to tackle, but it actually is not. With some methods, you can do it even less than 10 minutes.

How to Transfer Money from Bank Islam to Maybank

Interbank Fund Transferring

One of the most common bank features is fund transferring, either same bank fund transfer or interbank fund transfer.

There are also people who wish to transfer money in the form of non-MYR fund; meaning that the transfer will involve other currency.

Interbank transfers are not uncommon at all instead, along with same bank fund transfer, this comes together as two of the mostly used features in a bank.

Whether it is for shopping, payment over a certain bill, or maybe an act of charity, interbank transfer has infiltrated to our daily lives as one common thing.

Transfer Money from Bank Islam to Other Bank

If you wonder how to perform interbank money transfer, see our explanation about how to transfer money from Bank Islam to Maybank below.

  1. First of all, go to the nearest Bank Islam ATM. Make sure that the ATM is available for MEPS (there is MEPS logo that indicates that the ATM is ready for interbank transactions.)
  2. Then, insert your Debit/ATM card and select your language.
  3. Proceed by keying in your PIN number.
  4. Choose menu Bank Islam, then choose Transfer.
  5. Pick which account that you wish to get the funds from.
  6. Then, choose Transfer fund Interbank since you are going to transfer to a Maybank account.
  7. Choose where the funds will be put into. Is it to the recipient’s Savings/Current, Credit Card, or Financing.
  8. Once you do the procedure in point (7), then the charges for that transaction will be informed beforehand. If you agree, continue the process.
  9. Input the recipient’s bank code. This code is typically a 3-digit one. The list of the bank codes will be shown on the screen. Simply look for Maybank bank code, and then input the code.
  10. Then, input the payee’s account number. Following this, input the amount of money that you wish to transfer.
  11. After you input the recipient’s account number and the amount you want to transfer, the screen will show you the detailed information about the on-going transaction. Take a meticulous look to review then complete the transaction if you think all information are right according to the recipient’s data.
  12. Proceed to complete the transaction.
  13. Transaction finished. Retrieve the transaction slip as the transfer proof that you can show to your recipient.

Transfer Money from Bank Islam to Maybank

  1. Open IB bankislam.biz
  2. Enter User ID and Password.
  3. Select Funds Transfer > Interbank.
  4. Select Normal Transfer (IBG).
  5. Select From Account Saving Account-i.
  6. Select Transfer Fund Transfer to Savings/Current.
  7. Input the amount of money that you wish to transfer.
  8. Effective Date Today.
  9. Recipient Type Open Recipient.
  10. Recipient Bank select Maybank.
  11. Recipient Name input name.
  12. Recipient Reference optional.
  13. Other Payment Details optional.
  14. Recipient E-mail optional.
  15. Read and accept the Terms and Conditions by clicking on checkbox.
  16. Click Transfer.
  17. Check transfer detail, then click Request i-Access Code, enter OTP.
  18. Click Confirm.

Transfer Money from Bank Islam to Maybank using DuitNow

Register DuitNow ID in Bank Islam Internet Banking

  1. Login to Bank Islam Internet Banking.
  2. Select Settings.
  3. Select DuitNow ID.
  4. Click Add.
  5. Select preferred DuitNow ID Type.
  6. Select Receiving Account from dropdown list.
  7. Read and accept the Terms and Conditions by clicking on checkbox.
  8. Click Next to proceed to next page.
  9. Verify DuitNow ID Registration details.
  10. Click Request i-Access Code.
  11. The unique 10-character i-Access Code will be generated and delivered to your registered mobile number via SMS.
  12. Verify the first 4-character on-screen and enter the last 6-digit to complete your transaction request.
  13. Click Confirm to submit your request for processing.

Transfer Money Using DuitNow in Bank Islam Internet Banking

  1. Login to Bank Islam Internet Banking
  2. Click Funds Transfer
  3. Select DuitNow
  4. Select From Account from dropdown list
  5. Enter Transfer Amount
  6. Effective Date is defaulted to Today
  7. Select Recipient Type. If Recipient Type = Open Recipient, select preferred Transfer To from dropdown list.
  8. If Transfer To = NRIC Number. Enter NRIC Number
  9. If Transfer To = Passport Number. Select Passport Issuing Country from dropdown list, Enter Passport Number.
  10. If Transfer To = Army ID / Police ID. Enter Army ID / Police ID
  11. If Transfer To = Business Registration Number. Enter Business Registration Number.
  12. If Transfer To = Mobile Number. Enter Mobile Number.
  13. If Recipient Type = Favourite Recipient. Select Favourite Recipient from dropdown list.
  14. Enter Recipient Reference.
  15. Enter Other Payment Details (optional).
  16. Enter Recipient Email (optional).
  17. Read and accept the Terms and Conditions by clicking on checkbox.
  18. Click Transfer to proceed to next page.
  19. Charge Amount will be displayed on screen.
  20. Verify Transfer Details.
  21. Click Request i-Access Code.
  22. The unique 10-character i-Access Code will be generated and delivered to your registered mobile number via SMS.
  23. Verify the first 4-character on-screen and enter the last 6-digit to complete your transaction request.
  24. Click Confirm to submit your request for processing.

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That sums up our explanation about how to transfer money from Bank Islam to Maybank. So, what do you think? Even for a new banking user, the procedure explained above should be easy enough to follow, right?

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