mBank z nową usługą. Zapewnia, że nie wkurzy klientów

mBank with a new service. He assures that he won’t piss off customers

mBank and the store have entered into a partnership under which the financial institution will offer a marketplace in its basic application.

Banking applications have long been no longer just tools for basic account management and other bank products. We can buy there, among others: public transport tickets and take advantage of moneybacks, and now mBank goes even a step further. In cooperation with, it will offer customers a marketplace.

At this stage, it is not known which products from the store’s offer will be included in the mBank application, but they will The shopping itself is said to be quick and hassle-free. The marketplace will complement the mOkazje tab, which means it will be available after logging in, and will provide access to quick payments. Without entering the BLIK code or passing through an additional gate.

At the same time, the presented offers will not be intrusive, and mBank refrains from sending mass spam. Quite the opposite, as far-reaching profiling was promised. Understandably, having information about previous purchases, the bank can quite easily select offers for a given customer.

Apricots have their own extensive IT resources, are scalable, technologically flexible and enable us to integrate with the purchasing platform via API while maintaining all security standards that a financial institution must meet.

– says Piotr Puchalski, managing director at mBank, quoted by “Puls Biznesu”.

According to available information, both companies involved hope that such integration will allow Allegro, the current leader of the e-commerce segment in Poland, to attract some of its customers. The argument on the side of the challenger is the over 3 million customers of mBank who use its solutions on an ongoing basis.

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