The international wire transfer is a safe and practical way to transfer money internationally. You don’t need to have a bank account. In cases like this one, all you need is to reach a bank agency (and talk directly with a manager) or a currency exchange office.
Use the International Wire Transfer, whenever you want to pay in cash. It’s simple and safe.
How can I do that?
Access your account and click the 3rd step (Complete Order).
What is an INVOICE?
The INVOICE resembles to a purchase bill where you can find all the information to make the payment.
I don’t have a bank account. How can I do this?
All you have to do is going to a bank and say you want to make an international wire transfer.
What should I say?
Say you want to make an international wire transfer in EUROS (€).
What should I take?
Your personal documents (ID and proof of residence) and the money in your local currency.
Should I take euros (€)?
No. You have to take the money in your local currency, and the bank or currency exchange office will instantly make the currency exchange rate to euros (€).
Can I do this online?
Yes, it is possible. Most banks offers the online wire transfer option online. If you decide to carry out this operation online, then pay a lot of attention, because if you insert the information incorrectly, the transfer will not be processed and you will waste a few days until you find out.
Do I have to pay any fee?
Yes. These fees vary according to the place where the wire transfer is made.
How long does it take?
The banking services usually take from 24 to 48 hours to complete the operation.
Do I get any proof?
Sim. You get a proof / receipt after making the transfer.
Do I need to keep this receipt?
Yes. That is the document which proves you made the payment.
I’ve already paid. What comes next?
Once again, access your account and click the 3rd step (Complete Order) to send us the a copy of your receipt.
… what if I don’t send it?
Then we won’t be able to confirm your payment. You need to inform us so we can conclude your order.
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