If this is your first time making a wire transfer, many banks will require you to visit to your local branch and prove your identity. To make a wire transfer, speak with a bank teller. You should have the following on hand:
- a government issued form of ID
- name of the bank you'll be transferring funds to (on your invoice)
- account number you'll be transferring funds to (on your invoice)
- a Wire Transfer Authorization form (available from your bank)
- Domestic Customers: ABA routing number of the bank you'll be transferring funds to (on your invoice)
- International Customers: SWIFT code of the bank you'll be transferring funds to (on your invoice)
International Customers: Your wire transfer may be processed by several intermediary banks while on its way to us. In some cases these banks may charge a processing fee of $20 or more (in addition to the wire transfer fee charged by your bank) which is then deducted from your wire transfer amount. We must receive payment in full: these processing fees are your responsibility and should be taken into consideration when sending your wire transfer.
After you've completed the wire transfer, please be sure to fax or e-mail us a copy of your wire transfer receipt (provided by your bank) so we can confirm your payment.