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I'm working in MHA and our salary are being credited by Giro with a description in our bank statement as ACCOUNTANT-GENERAL S(NRIC NO.) Not GIRO-SALARY. How? Can Multiplier or OCBC 360 be accepted?

With a bank code in dbs saving as SAL.I want to change to either Multiplier or OCBC 360 but do you think it will be accepted since the description is not GIRO - SALARY?

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  • Lee Jiahui
    Lee Jiahui
    Level 4. Prodigy
    Answered 3d ago

    The nric part is the statement item desc not the item code. The item code should still say giro salary and can qualify for the ocbc one. Not sure about dbs but should be similar.

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  • Kenneth Lou
    Kenneth Lou, Co-founder at Seedly
    Level 8. Wizard
    Answered 2w ago

    If this is not under the correct code for GIRO-SALARY. It will likely not be accepted. This is quite crucial for your HR team to correctly tag it to this transaction code.

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    Sj Oh
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    Answered 2w ago

    I would suggest calling the bank customer services for better clarity.

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