Currency-specific wire instructions
Currently, we can only accept Latin characters for text input. Using any other type of characters can lead to the transfer being rejected by our payment system.
Please always be mindful of your email (including your spam folder) since it is possible that our finance team will contact you and request additional information to process your wire. This is very likely when sending funds in the local currency to the following countries:
Additionally, the wire processing time when sending to these countries may be slightly longer than the standard timeline of 3 to 5 business days.
The length of the beneficiary name
In case the beneficiary name is longer than the allowed maximum number of characters, please use only the first characters of the name (truncate it) as it is written on the bank statement.
Transfers to Wise accounts
Please use local bank account details for USD Wise wire transfers. SWIFT code is not required.
Currency-specific wire instructions
For transfers to business accounts, it is important to add the beneficiary CUIT (Tax ID) in the additional information field.
When sending EUR to Brazil, you will need to provide the IBAN for the bank account. Simply enter the IBAN in the Account number field when adding a wire transfer method.
The beneficiary bank account usually has 15 or 16 digits which include the financial institution code (3 digits) and the transit/branch code (5 digits).
Account Number: 7 digits
Routing Number: Transit Number - exactly 8 or 9 digits (Financial Institution & Branch Transit)
Beneficiary Tax ID must consist of 9 characters for corporations and 11 characters for individuals. If your Tax ID has more or less than these characters, please contact us at email@example.com and we will assist you further.
If the contact name for the beneficiary is over 30 characters, only use the first 30 characters. The Tax ID for businesses is 11 characters and for individuals is either 9 or 13.
IFSC is short for Indian Financial System Code and consists of 11 digits. You can find this in the information for deposits from your bank.
The beneficiary KBE is 1 for residents and 2 for non-residents. You can find a list for the KNP (payment purpose code) here: https://egov.kz/cms/en/articles/knp.
ABM Routing code: This is a 6-number code that identifies your bank in the international banking system. These are the same as the first 6 digits of your CLABE.
The tax ID of Mozambique is the NUIT and consists of 9 digits. If you do not have this number, please send your wire in USD currency instead or contact our customer support team via firstname.lastname@example.org.
Account numbers in New Zealand consist of the following 10-digit account number:
1) a prefix (typically 6 digits), not included in the 10-digit count
2) the body (7 digits)
3) suffix (3 digits)
If the number has less than 10 digits, the zero before the suffix has usually been omitted. Please add the zero right before the suffix in order to get your 10-digit account number.
Any payments to Palestine would be subject to enhanced due diligence and additional checks. Please keep in mind that our team might contact you regarding any necessary requirements for processing your wire transfer.
If the contact name for the beneficiary is over 30 characters, please only use the first 30 characters. You can use either the bank name or the branch code, which can be provided by the beneficiary bank.
Beneficiary Tax ID for corporate accounts has to be exactly 11 characters, and for transfers to individual persons, 8 characters.
Branch ID - 3 digits that indicate your account's branch
Beneficiary Bank code - 4 digits that identify your bank
You can get this information from your bank when asking for the information needed to make deposits.
Please use your bank information for Domestic/National transfers, since the transfer will come from our US-based payment provider.
This means that you will need to use your ACH routing number, instead of your wire routing number when sending in USD. Your bank can give you more information on which data to use for national/domestic transfers.
Please contact us if you have any questions or concerns about sending wire transfers. 👏🏼