A bank code is a series of numbers that’s used to identify banks around the world. They can range from 3 and 23 digits depending on the country of the bank and the type of code.
A bank code may be known as:
- SWIFT Code
- BIC (Bank Identification Code)
- CHIPS (Clearing House Inter-Bank Payment System) – US and Canada only
- NCC (National Clearing Code)
- BSC (Bank Sort Code)
- IFSC (Indian Financial System Code)
For some counties you may need an International Bank Account Number (IBAN) in addition to the bank code.
For your protection and to meet regulatory requirements, you must have an accepted form of government-issued photo identification to send money at an agent location in Australia. Acceptable forms of ID include:
- All passports (Australian and overseas)
- Australian-issued drivers license
- Foreign National identification (must be in English and have a photo)
- Australian-issued 18+ proof of age cards
- Business registration/licence issued in Australia
For Sending Money : Pay by cash / Direct bank deposit
For Receiving Money : Telegraph Transfer / Direct bank deposit / Home Delivery / Office Pickup
Yes, At Galaxy Money Transfer, “direct to bank account” service is an easy and convenient way to send funds directly to a receiver’s bank account in select countries.
No. Residential/Street address must be used for sending and receiving money. PO Box addresses are not allowed.