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Setup Payments - International Wire Transfer

International Wire

International Wire Transfer

Merchants in all 2Checkout-supported countries may select international wire transfers as their payout method. The fees involved with wire transfers are as follows:

  • Paid in your local currency: $15.

  • Paid in USD to a destination bank based in a supported foreign currency country: $20.

  • Paid in USD to a destination bank based in an un-supported foreign currency country: $15.

International wire transfers can be paid out in the following currencies:

·         AED – United Arab Emirates Dirhams

·         AUD – Australian Dollars

·         CAD – Canadian Dollars

·         CHF – Swiss Franc

·         CZK – Czech Republic Koruny

·         DKK – Denmark Kroner

·         EUR – Euros

·         GBP – Great Britain Pound Sterling

·         GTQ – Guatemala Quetzal

·         HKD – Hong Kong Dollars

·         HUF – Hungary Forint

·         ILS – Israel New Shekel

·         INR – Indian Rupee

·         JPY – Japanese Yen

·         KWD – Kuwait Dinars

·         MXN – Mexican New Peso

·         NZD – New Zealand Dollar

·         NOK – Norwegian Kroner

·         PEN – Peruvian Nuevo Sol

·         PHP – Philippine Pesos

·         PLN – Poland Zlotych

·         SGD – Singapore Dollar

·         SEK – Swedish Kroner

·         TRY – Turkish Lira

·         SAR – Saudi Arabia Riyals

·         ZAR – South African Rand

Wire transfers take between 1 and 5 business days to appear in your account. To set up a wire transfer as your payout method, please enter the following information into the Banking Wizard:


Payee Name – This is the user name on the account that is in charge of this payment.

Pay to the order of – This is the name on the bank account

Currency – currency that the payment will be made in

Release Level – See Article: Release Level

Bank Account Number – The unique number for your bank account

International Bank Account Number– the unique number that identifies your bank.

Bank Swift Code - unique 8 or 11 digit code that
identifies your bank

Bank Name – The name of your bank

Bank Phone Number – The phone number of your bank

Bank Address Line 1 – The physical address of your bank

Bank Address Line 2 – Use if more space is needed for your banks physical address

Bank City – City your bank is located in

State/Province – State or Province your bank is located

Postal Code – Postal code for your bank

Bank Country – This will default to the country you selected previously


Once this information is entered, please check the “Payee Authorized” box and select Continue.


You will then be able to review the payout information, name the banking profile in your account, and set the payment method to live.


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