A bank transfer is when money is sent from one bank account to another. Transferring money from your bank account is usually fast, free and safer than withdrawing and paying in cash. Read on for more information, including how to make a bank transfer and what details you’ll need.
Account details you should use - Your account number, sort code of your account, your IBAN (International Bank Account Number) and BIC (Business Identifier Code) of the account you want crediting. These are the same as your sort code and account number but in a format recognized abroad.
If you’ve made a payment to the wrong account number or biller please call us on 1300 440 749 to see what we can do to help. If you’ve mistakenly overpaid someone, you’ll need to contact them directly.
The best-case scenario if you enter incorrect details is that they’ll be for a non-existent account, in which case the payment should simply bounce back into your account within a few days. Unfortunately, if you enter incorrect details that coincide with a genuine account number and sort code, the money will be duly sent and reclaiming it can be problematic.
This Tool converts the entered bank account number into IBAN format. The generation of correct IBAN is dependent on your existing DIB Pakistan bank account number and branch code, If incorrect details are entered, the tools will provide incorrect IBAN. DIB Pakistan shall not be liable for any damages which may arise due to incorrect account number entered at your end.
If you entered an incorrect sort code, you will need to get in touch with your bank. They will be able to retrieve the funds and get them back to you. Once that’s done you can do another bank transfer to us. If you entered the incorrect account number please get in touch by submitting a request below, p lease send us a copy (using the form below) of your proof of payment along with.
Wrong account number during wire transfer. I have a new account in Mid First Bank in Tempe. While doing an international wire transfer my friend missed a digit in the account number. My original account number is 10 digit, the one on the wire transfer is 9 digit. I am not sure how do I rectify this issue. it has already been one week and Customer Service is only available during weekdays till.
When a client, who wishes to transfer money to another country or bank, provides his IBAN to the remitting bank and IBAN of recipient's account is checked by the remitting bank before money is transferred to the receiving bank. If IBAN is found to be incorrect, transfer is not made and false transaction is prevented.