wire transfer


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wire transfer

Sending money electronically from one account to another. See EFT.
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Another wire transfer from Alieva Madina Saytkhasanov using the account ending 3376 occurred on April 3, 2017.
Until now, the National Bank didn't share with other institutions its wire transfer information.
Bank of America (NYSE: BAC) has announced that it has filed a patent for a cryptocurrency wire transfer system.
agreed Monday to pay $950,000 to the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority for failing to monitor wire transfers of customer funds to third-party accounts.
This way the wire transfer flows directly into the hacker's bank account without the buyer's knowledge, until a day or so before a closing, when the shortage of funds is noticed.
Nymbol said that its technology only requires a single point of input, reducing delivery and personnel costs unlike competing wire transfer software that requires two or more points of manual input to complete a transaction.
Guelinas, according to FINRA, took approximately $790,000 from two senior citizen customers over a four-year period by forging their signatures on wire transfer requests and then putting the funds in bank accounts she controlled.
In Spain alone there are 3 million immigrants, 60% of them from Latin America, so it's not hard to find a wire transfer company.