If your account is associated with EUR currency, you might have seen that there are two options for you to make a fiat deposit and two types of bank credentials - the first is shown in the Local Tab, the second one is found in the SWIFT Tab.
Local deposit is associated with SEPA (or Single Euro Payment Area) system which provides payments in Euros with no restriction on the amount and within the Eurozone. SEPA aims to make cross-border EUR transfers within this area equivalent to a domestic transfer within your own country.
If your country is listed below, then you will be benefiting from SEPA each time you make a deposit.
Please note that though Switzerland is a part of Eurozone, only SWIFT deposits are currently available for Swiss Residents.
To benefit from SEPA bank transfer make sure to select local payment and shared fees.
SWIFT deposit is transferred with the help of Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunications (SWIFT), which is a global system used worldwide.
The deposit process is quite similar for both Local and Swift transactions, the main difference is the reference in case of SWIFT payment.
Don’t forget to add reference when you fill in the IBAN and other bank details.
It will help us and our financial partners to identify your deposit faster.
If you need any help or unsure how to make a deposit, don’t hesitate to contact us via firstname.lastname@example.org
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If you want to send a deposit with Caixa Bank, we recommend making a SWIFT transfer; many users have reported that their SEPA deposit were unsuccessful (i.e. funds were returned after few days, and they were charge about EUR 25). So, SWIFT deposits are preferable or alternatively we can suggest using another Spanish bank or Revolut.