Funds Transfer & Others
How do Funds Transfer & Others work?
Please quote your invoice number when you are paying for a single invoice or include your FedEx account number when you are paying for multiple invoices. This will ensure that your payment is processed in a timely manner, and your account balance is up to date.
For your convenience, there are a number of ways for you to settle your bill.
Instruct your bank to transfer funds to the account below and notify us by sending an email to
JPemail@example.com. Please remember always to include your FedEx Account Number, Invoice Number, and the Payment Amount in your email.
Option 1: Bank Account
|Bank Name:||Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation|
|Bank Account Name:||Federal Express Japan G.K.|
|Bank Branch/Code:||Kojimachi Branch/218|
|Bank Account:||Savings Account 9251087|
|Bank Address:||6-6-2, Kojimachi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, 102-0083, Japan|
|Swift Code:||SMBC JP JT|
Option 2 : Direct Debit
Direct debit services are provided on the basis of a tri-party agreement between FedEx, customers and their bank. Payments are made automatically so bills are never forgotten. You can sign up for direct debit by completing a direct debit registration form and return the filled out hard copy to us at the following address. The form with terms and conditions can be found here where you can download and print.
The direct debit service will start approximately 1-2 months later after receiving the application form from the customer and obtaining approval from the bank.
Attention: Cash Application (Direct Debit)
Federal Express Japan G.K.
WBG Marive West 10F, 2-6-1 Nakase,
Chiba 261-7110 Japan
Option 3 : Convenience Store Payment
Convenience store payment enables customer to make payments as they are more easily accessible than banks in terms of both location and business hours. Convenience stores are found everywhere and open 24 hours a day and seven days a week.
For invoices amount less than 300,000 yen, you can use the Convenience Store Payment form inserted on our invoices or post cards.