Local bank transfers

We are delighted to offer you our local bank transfer service. The feature is currently in test mode. We are adding some finishing touches and expanding the available currencies. In the past, you could only send money in USD, EUR or RUB. Now, you can send money in 25 new local currencies:

  • Australian dollar (AUD)
  • British pound sterling (GBP)
  • Bulgarian Lev (BGN)
  • Canadian dollar (CAD)
  • Chinese yuan (CNY)
  • Czech koruna (CZK)
  • Danish krone (DKK)
  • UAE dirham (AED)
  • Hong Kong dollar (HKD)
  • Hungarian forint (HUF)
  • Israeli Shekel (ILS)
  • Japanese yen (JPY)
  • Mexican peso (MXN)
  • New Zealand dollar (NZD)
  • Norwegian krone (NOK)
  • Polish zloty (PLN)
  • Qatari rial (QAR)
  • Romanian leu (RON)
  • Saudi rial (SAR)
  • Singapore dollar (SGD)
  • South African rand (ZAR)
  • Swedish krone (SEK)
  • Swiss franc (CHF)
  • Thai baht (THB)
  • Turkish lira (TRY)

Fees are listed below
Previously, if the currency of your transferred fund is different to the currency of your recipient’s account, the bank would carry out the currency conversion using its own rate. If you send money in dollars and receive it in Swiss francs, the recipient’s bank would convert the currency at its end while charging a corresponding conversion fee. The fee we offer is lower than the bank’s, and your fund will arrive in the recipient’s account in the relevant currency.

Transfers are faster
It is much faster to transfer in the local currency. You will receive the payment within your local country and not from overseas. The transfer only takes as much time as an ordinary local bank transfer. Surely you have to agree that this is a much better option.

With this new feature, you can send local transfers to more than 50 countries in the world. Take a look at the available new currencies in the section “Payments and Transfers”  →  “To bank account” section in the personal area or in mobile application. Please update the application if you have not done so. Each update brings you more convenience and stability.

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