Re: International Payments
- From: "Tim" <me@xxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 27 Jun 2006 12:58:51 +0100
"AnthonyL" wrote"Tim" wrote:Mike wrote:"Heavy B" wrote
What is the safest way(s) to receive payments from overseas?
I understand cheques can bounce several months after
clearing and credit transfers can be reversed. Is there ever
a point when the recipient can be sure he's "got the money"?
... The safest way to make international
payments is via swift. ... the Bank should provide
you with confirmation that they have sent your
funds to the account that you have specified
The OP asked about *receiving* funds, not *sending* them!
"Heavy B" wrote
... If you think that I may be able to help you ...
Well, you could try answering his question (if you can)!
"I think you misread HeavyB's response...
... which clearly says:
For a charge with ** your bank ** ...
Yes, "your bank" will charge you to send funds...
... (=A320-25),** they ** ...
Yes, "they" = "your bank".
"they" will send funds for you - if you pay them!
... should be able to make same day express payments."
Yes, exactly. HB is talking about *sending* money from
"your bank" -- *not* receiving funds from someone else!
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