Nubank offers an account service, in addition to the popular credit card, which works as a daily savings account. There, the user can make and receive money transfers in a practical way. The advantage of these transfers is that the fees normally charged for transactions between different "traditional" banks are not paid. Even if you did not save on the spot, you can retrieve all receipts for these transactions, received and sent, which are saved in the application.
There are details such as value, account number, date of action and more complete data. This is ideal if you need to share receipts with professional or personal contacts, in addition to maintaining greater control of NuConta. Want to find out how to use it? Check out the step by step in this tutorial to follow.
See how to find transfer receipts on NuConta by cell phone Photo: Ana Marques / TechTudo
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Step 1. Open the Nubank app on your phone and drag the screen (from left to right) to display the list with "NuConta" data at the top. Touch it to access.
Access the screen with NuConta in the mobile app Photo: Photo: Reproduo / Barbara Mannara
Step 2. Then note that the NuConta home screen opens. Transfer receipts are "hidden" on a side screen. To access, drag (from right to left) to access the list of transactions.
Find the list with all transfers in NuConta Photo: Photo: Reproduo / Barbara Mannara
Step 3. When you touch one of the transfers, a tab will open showing some basic details of the transaction. To access the complete data, select "See voucher". The receipt shows the amount, type of transfer, source and destination data, in addition to the transfer authentication code.
See the complete proof of the transaction at NuConta Photo: Photo: Reproduo / Barbara Mannara
Step 4. Do you need to send it to someone? The app offers a share button at the top right of the voucher. Just select the messenger or resource to share, such as WhatsApp, Messenger or at via email.
Share the voucher with your contacts by cell phone Photo: Photo: Reproduo / Barbara Mannara