Withdrawals to Direct Bank Transfer Account Information

Fees: We cover all fees charged by the sending bank.

Direct Bank Transfers are made from a local bank to your account and you may be charged a very small fee by your bank. For more information on your bank’s policy concerning fees for receiving Direct Bank Transfers, please contact your bank directly.

Please make sure you provide the information below on the previous screen:

Your Bank Account Number This is the number of your bank account.
Bank Account Holder Name This should be your name. It is filled in for you and cannot be changed.
Bank City The City where your bank is located
IBAN International Bank Account Number (IBAN) is a series of alphanumeric characters that uniquely identifies a customer’s account held at a bank anywhere in the world but currently adopted by European countries only. For Netherlands it is composed of 18 alphanumeric characters. Example:

BIC The Bank Identifier Code (BIC) is the unique identification code of a particular bank. It is necessary for sending money across foreign countries.

A BIC code consists of eight or eleven continuous characters comprising:

Bank Code - 4 alphabetic characters identifying an individual bank

Country Code - 2 letter ISO country code

Location Code - 2 alphanumerical characters (except zero) identifying the location of the institution within the specific country

Branch Code - 3 alphanumeric characters, (optional) identifying the specific office or branch

For additional information about withdrawals via Direct Bank Transfers please click here.