Directly to a Bank Account

  • Send Money Directly to a Bank Account

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It’s Easy and Convenient

Sending money directly into a qualifying bank account is easy and convenient. Funds are generally deposited within minutes or one to three banking days depending on the country and bank.

4 Easy Steps to send to a bank account:

  1. Obtain the Receiver’s bank account information.
  2. Visit an agent location to send the money.
  3. Wait minutes or one to three banking days for money to be deposited into your receiver’s bank account.
  4. Confirm money has been deposited by checking Receiver’s bank account or contacting the bank.

See below for a list of countries where you can send direct to bank.

Sending Money to a Bank Account: Required Banking Information

Country Information Receiver To Provide to Sender
Australia – Receiver’s First & Last Name
– Receiver’s Address
– Receiver’s Bank Name
– BSB (Bank – Branch)
– Receiver’s Account Number

Money is usually deposited the next business day.
China – Receiver’s First & Last Name
– Receiver’s Mobile Phone Number
– Receiver’s Bank Name
– Receiver’s Bank or Debit Card Number (Number starts with 62 and is between 14 to 19 digits)
France – Receiver’s First & Last Name
– Receiver’s Address
– BIC
– IBAN

Money is usually deposited the next business day.
Germany – Receiver’s name
– Receiver’s address
– Bank name
– BIC
– IBAN

Money is usually deposited the next business day
India – Receiver’s First & Last Name
– Receiver’s Bank Name
– IFSC
– Receiver’s Account Number

Money is normally deposited in the account within two business days.Find the Indian Financial System Code (IFSC) at www.ifsccodebank.com
Mexico – Receiver’s name
– Receiver’s address (including city and state)
– Receiver’s phone number
– Bank name
– Bank account number or CLABE number
Nigeria – Receiver’s name
– Receiver’s address
– Bank name
– Bank account number

Money is delivered in minutes
Philippines – Receiver’s First & Last Name
– Receiver’s address
– Receiver’s Bank Name
– Receiver’s Account Number

Money is deposited in the account within minutes in most cases, or 1-3 business days.
Poland – Receiver’s First & Last Name
– Receiver’s Address
– Bank Name
– IBAN

Money is usually deposited the next business day.
Romania – Receiver’s name
– Receiver’s address
– Bank name
– IBAN

Money is usually deposited the next business day
USA – Receiver’s name
– Receiver’s address
– Receiver’s phone number
– Bank name
– Bank account number
– Bank routing number

Money is usually deposited the next business day
Vietnam – Receiver’s name
– Receiver’s address
– Bank name
– BIC
– Bank account name
– Bank account number

Money is deposited within 2 business days

 

Glossary

Term What is it? Where to find it? Example
IBAN (International Bank Account Number) A number attached to all accounts in European bank accounts. It is made up of:

– a code that identifies the country the account belongs to
– the account holder’s bank
– the account number itself

– On the Receiver’s bank account statement
– The bank’s online system
DE89370400440532013000 (example of an IBAN structure of a German bank)
BIC (Bank Identifier Code) A unique identification code for a particular bank. Is made up of 8 or 11 characters – On the Receiver’s bank account statement
– Online: http://www. theswiftcodes.com/
DEUTDEBBXXX (code for Deutsche Bank in Berlin)
IFSC (Indian Financial System Code) An 11 character code to identify every bank branch uniquely – Search online: http:// www.ifsccodebank.com/
– Printed on Receiver’s cheque or bank statement
– Ask the Receiver’s bank
BKID0000001 (code for Bank of India Mumbai Main Branch)
BSB (Bank State Branch) A 6 digit number that identifies banks and branches in Australia – On the bank’s website
– On the Receiver’s bank statement
060987 (example of BSB for Commonwealth Bank in Australia)
CLABE Number(Clave Bancaria Estandarizada) An 18 digit number that identifies individual bank accounts in Mexico – On the Receiver’s bank statement 002115016003269411 (3 Digits: Bank Code, 3 Digits: Branch Office Code, 11 Digits: Account Number, 1 Digit: Control Digit)
Account Number Code or number that identifies the individual’s bank account – On the Receiver’s bank statement
Sort Code Code that identifies a particular bank, used in Britain & Ireland. It is 6 digits – On the Bank’s website
– On the Receiver’s bank account statement
101079 (sample code for Bank of England)