Seems to be nervous, so looking for your help, I am trying to fill out the swift transfer form, they have warned above about the special characters are not allowed. But they required Bank Account /Iban number at the same time. How should i write Bank Account Name and Iban number at the same time ? Any Help ?
I believe they mean your Account Number in the IBAN (International Bank Account Number) form,so no need to add both to that field.
Don’t get too nervous about the Swift transfers,as long as the IBAN and Swift Code is correct your money should come through.
Or has anyone failed to get their money through Swift transfer?
I mean, Should i enter my iban and account number without space ? or should i add any special character ? to define the iban separately and account number separately ?
I am processing this by first time , thats why i was a bit nervous,
Every time i am trying to submit the form i am getting this nasty error
must only contain a maximum of 40 alphanumeric characters (space hyphens and apostrophes are permitted)
The IBAN is the only thing you need to add to that field.
Getting the same error, contacting the support
bank account number and IBAN number are the same thing
No, IBAN is an International Bank Account Number, my case is weird! My Bank offering me a number
UBL IBAN code is 026007906
IBAN CODE + BRANCH CODE + FULL ACCOUNT NUMBER
i got this information from here http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_is_the_IBAN_number_for_UBL_in_Pakistan
so, how to write the Iban and Account numbers togather ? very confused, Sorry for bearing dumb questions! but stuck
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The error must be in your address field. Don’t use ”.” sign in your address. And add your address on two lines, if it is too long (more than 40 characters). I had the same problem Cheers, Jo