, the Internet payment subsidiary of the Chinese e-commerce group Alibaba, has announced that it has launched a new convenient Internet payment service.

The online payment company is cooperating with ten banks, including Bank of China, Industrial and Commercial Bank of China, China Construction Bank, Agricultural Bank of China, Ping'an Bank, Bank of Beijing, Shanghai Rural Commercial Bank, Bank of Dalian, Bank of Ningbo, and Bank of Ningxia.

At the end of December 2010, started initial cooperation with Bank of China by providing credit-card-based express Internet payment services. So far, this new service has reportedly brought almost three million new users to

According to, with the help of the credit card express payment, users do not need to open the Internet banking services, and they can complete the online payment easily and securely by entering related information of the credit cards. In addition, the payment amount will be decided by the credit line of the cards, instead of the payment limits stipulated in the Internet banking policies of these banks.

While providing convenience to users, implements security measures to protect the accounts of users. To use this service, users' mobile phone numbers should match those provided when they applied for the credit cards. Verifications of CVV2 code of credit cards and dynamic password of mobile phones are also required.


  1. Was the Bank of China website hacked today?? Yesterday I could login to my account at but today they seem to have removed the password field on the login page and I already tried 2 computers at home both running IE on Windows Vista. I googled and can not see any news about this?????? This sux majorly and typical chinese institution does not tell me the consumer any bits and bobs of what the bloddy hell is happening.


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