• QR-bill

QR-bill to replace payment slips

The QR-bill was introduced throughout Switzerland on 30 June 2020. The QR-bill simplifies the payment and issuing of invoices and replaces the orange and red payment slips after a transition period of two years. Find out here what the transition means for bill recipients and billers.

Benefits at a glance

Billers

  • Less manual effort
  • Simplified invoicing
  • Better overview of accounts receivable

Bill recipients

What's new?

The identifying feature of the QR-bill is the Swiss QR Code. Since 1 July 2020 you are able to scan QR-bills via LLB Mobile Banking, enter them manually in LLB Online Banking, or scan, enter, and pay them using a QR document reader (PayEye). Additionally, you will be soon able to pay bills by dragging QR-bills in PDF format directly into LLB Online Banking or by sending them to LLB Mobile Banking.

All required information in the payment part of the QR-bill is also readable with the naked eye. This means that all paper-based payment procedures are still possible.

The three versions of the QR payment part

Three basic versions are available. Two of these versions take account of the established practice of the existing red and orange payment slips (IS and ISR).

The third option primarily supports the increasingly important payment transactions in Euros using the Structured Creditor Reference (SCOR), an international standard according to ISO 11649, which can be used in both Switzerland and the SEPA zone.

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More information

 

More detailed information on the transition and the design of QR-bills can be found at www.paymentstandards.ch. The new invoice readers (PayEye) are available at this link.