The person who is buying the bike sent me the next payment through Chase QuickPay... Obviously I will do this for her to make the buying process easier but... A word of warning;
If you have Chase (first off, sorry), and you want to do the QuickPay to someone, be sure to ask first and WARN THEM that they will have to jump through completely ludicrous hoops, INCLUDING locking the system to a bank account (this is the part I absolutely LOATHE) to receive the payment...

Even Bank of unAmerica (which I hate, obviously, also as I destroy their name...) can send a bank check to the user not requiring all of these hoops... Even easier with HSBC Direct, I can send $ anywhere I want...

Anyhow; first part is setting up the account... What a real PITA... Account 'NAMES' are not confidential people... the security information is... Jesus... But no, your account NAME must have letters and numbers and NO special characters and be 8 digits or more... Great, another truly custom name I'm going to immediately forget... Ohh, same for the stupid security pin accept 6 digits or more... You're being @#$%ing retarded people... Almost as stupid as BoA's latest dumbness (but not quite).

After you pick you ChaseSucks1 account names and what not, the immediate next step is locking in a required BANK account... This is a HUGE no-no for me... Will not do it. Luckily I do have one (one-way; you can deposit but it acts like cash and you can not withdraw. It sends me checks clearing it out once a month.) bank account for things like this that I use for no other items... Anyhow, this is complete BS... They should allow you the OPTION, should you choose to... But by default they should just send a check to your address... They should even allow PayPal transfers...

If you want to do this type of thing; PayPal is the easiest solution for something like this. The Chase thingy here... Sucks... It's ridiculous and way more complicated (and dangerous) then just sending a check...