How to setup a wire transfer from Etrade

#1

I want to transfer funds from my etrade account to revolut. The fields on the online form for setting up a wire transfer don’t match the ones on my Revolut USD account screen. There doesn’t appear to be anywhere to enter my Revolut reference number to ensure the funds go into my account.

Can anyone advise on what I should put on the form?

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#2

you are not the beneficiary when paying into the polled account. Use Revolut LTD as name, and Revolut’s address.

you can see the details tapping on the USD balance on the app. It is essential you then add your unique reference number when making the transfer.

on the gray area of your screenshot they say you have to call them to add the reference number

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#3

You mention USD but the screenshot would indicate GBP. Which currency are we talking about in the first place?

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#4

Thanks for the tips on how to fill out the form alessandro.
I’m talking about a USD transfer.

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#5

Hello @CID,

I want to make the same set-up in Etrade. Did the payment work?

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#6

I am setting up a wire from Etrade to my Revolut USD account . Could somebody confirm I filled correct all fields of the form?
After Revolut became a bank the name on account is Revolut LTD or my name?
Thank you

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#7

when the BIC is REVOGB21, write your name as beneficiary/account holder.
when the BIC is LOYDGB, revolut ltd is the beneficiary/account holder and you must also specify your unique reference number.

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#8

Anyone been able to send USD to Charlrs Schwab brokersge account in New York? If so how please?

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#9

Hi guys.

Did anyone have luck setting up Revolut account details for international wire transfer from ETrade? I am using my BIC REVOGB21 and my IBAN (which is Lithuanian - LT28…), but for some reason ETrade rejects the IBAN saying that it is invalid.

Does anyone have any idea why this might be happening?

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#10

GB BIC and LT IBAN??? you should have a GB IBAN.

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#11

Revolut did secure their banking licence from the ECB though, so perhaps this is the correct IBAN but an incorrect BIC code? @AndreasK could you look into this?

Itd be nice if we could get a country IBAN of choice though tbh, I’d prefer a Finnish, Estonian or German one to LT

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#12

It may be of help if you double check your IBAN that was input in the form. Alternatively, you can verify your IBAN via this link https://www.ibancalculator.com/iban_validieren.html.

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#13

Having both GB BIC and IBAN or vice versa would make my life 100x easier since I would be able to receive these USD from my brokerage company. It looks like that since the BIC is GB, ETrade system automaticaly asks for 22 characters IBAN and since LT one has only 20 characters, IBAN verification fails.

I heard that some people got their LT IBANs changed to GB. Do you think it would be possible for my case?

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#14

yes, just ask support and they’ll sort the conflict for you.

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