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Tinkoff-Bank explained commissions for SWIFT transfers by checks of “Western partners”

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Tinkoff Bank explained the new conditions for SWIFT transfers, announced on June 16, as a necessary measure. The bank says that due to an increase in the number of checks by Western countries, as well as a decrease in the number of SWIFT payments they process, customer transfers can take a long time. Tinkoff Bank said it did not intend to charge a fee for transfers sent before June 16. “All transfers sent before June 16 inclusive and not yet received transfers will be credited under the old conditions without any fees,” Tinkoff Bank reports in the Telegram channel .- This is a forced measure that we are taking in a situation of an increase in the number of checks by Western partners and a decrease in the number of SWIFT payments processed by them. On June 16, Tinkoff Bank introduced new conditions for SWIFT transfers and servicing foreign currency accounts. The minimum amount of such a transfer will now be $20,000. In addition, the bank has introduced a commission for incoming SWIFT transfers in dollars, euros and pounds in the amount of 3% of the transfer amount, however, the commission will be at least 200 conventional units … .

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