How do you transfer money from your bank account to your french bank account?
There are three ways.
1. There should be a bank in France (if France is where you are talking about) that you will have to give them your money and they will convert it into french money.
2. If you have a credit card, you might have to call you credit card company to tell them that you would like to transfer your money to france.
3. If you have cash, bring it to your local bank and see if they can convert it into french money or convert it into french money into a card.
You have to set up an electronic transfer through your bank, in your case Chase bank. When you set up an online transfer through your bank, they will process the request to transfer money through the Automated Clearing House (ACH). Once the payment goes through, the money will be put into your Chase account and taken out of the account at the other bank...
You can make a bank to bank transfer (wire transfer). Ask for the following information from the French bank: Bank Name Address Account Name (who owns the account) No. Compte ("account number") Code Banque / Code Guichet (together makes your routing number) Code IBAN Code SWIFT Take all information to your US bank and sit down with account services. Depending on your bank, they'll charge $50 or more for the wire transfer, but can help…
The simplest way is through a "wire transfer" (which will, however, incur a fee). A wire transfer moves money from your current bank account to another account, whether in-state or out- of-state. There are some restrictions though, and these can be explained by the bank in which you currently have your account.
MT Stands for Money Transfer in banking terms. A Money Transfer is a transaction wherein money is transferred from the bank account of one customer into the bank account of another customer. For Ex: let us say I owe you Rs. 5000/- which I borrowed last month and I know your bank account number. I can just login to my bank account and transfer the money to your account using the MT facility
If your bank allows you to transfer money, then you can transfer money. If they're closed (and most banks are closed on Memorial Day), then it's going to be difficult, but you may be able to do it at an ATM or online. It's not clear what you mean by "if you share the same bank account". Transferring money from one account to the same account is kind of a null operation.
Yes. Most ATM machines these days come with capabilities to transfer money to other accounts of the same bank. If you have an account with say XYZ bank and use the ATM of the XYZ bank, you can transfer money to any other customer who has a XYZ bank account using that ATM. Note: Not all banks have this feature but there are many banks that do so.