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wire transfer

Sending money electronically from one account to another. See EFT.
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The bipartisan Stop Senior Scams Act would create a federal advisory council to develop educational materials for retailers, financial institutions and wire transfer companies to use to train employees on how to spot and stop financial scams at the point of sale.
Today, that company may be paying its workforce using inefficient, expensive wire transfers that can take days to arrive.
Services at the bank's foreign branches will be improved, with corporate customers being able to access their bank accounts to check balances, view previous transactions and make wire transfers.
Larry Tomei, executive vice president and head of Retail Banking and Wealth Management, HSBC Bank Canada, said, 'Wire transfers are a great choice for those seeking a quick, low-cost and secure way to transfer money abroad.
The remittance date means the date on which the declarants bank sends the funds in SBP account in New York through wire transfer and gives a copy of the SWIFT message to the declarant.
Federal law enforcement officials announced a significant coordinated effort to disrupt Business Email Compromise (BEC) schemes used to intercept and hijack wire transfers from businesses and individuals, including senior citizens.
Another wire transfer from Alieva Madina Saytkhasanov using the account ending 3376 occurred on April 3, 2017.
Messer would like to see financial institutions adopt tighter controls for wire transfers and lawmakers approve stiffer criminal penalties for internet fraud.
Until now, the National Bank didn't share with other institutions its wire transfer information.
The NIA claimed so far that he had received a total of nearly Rs 4.5 lakh through eight international wire transfers.
After the HELOC funds were transferred to Alvi's CFCU checking account, she and Awar went to a CFCU branch to initiate a wire transfer of $283,000 to two individuals in Faisalabad, Pakistan.
The group receives ransom money through wire transfer to China, then to Macau, and then back to the Philippines, apparently to avoid leaving a trail.