Wire Transfers

Wire transfers are rapid electronic fund transfers (EFTs) of funds between two entities, such as consumers or businesses. Here’s how wire transfers work: you can send the remittance through a bank or third-party payment provider, such as Western Union. You’ll need the recipient’s name, their bank account number, their routing number, and the amount of money to transfer. Third-party wire transfer services will also require the recipient’s address.

No credit checks or founder guarantee, with 10-20x higher limits.
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