EUR transfers to EUR bank accounts located outside of the European union (non-SEPA countries) might incur additional fees:
Correspondent Bank Fees: Correspondent banks are intermediary banks that handle international transfers. They may charge a fee for processing the transfer on their end. These fees are usually deducted from the transferred amount before reaching the recipient's bank account.
Beneficiary Bank Fees: The recipient's bank may also charge a fee for receiving the transfer. This fee can vary depending on the recipient's bank and their fee structure.
RemotePass has no control or visibility over these fees.
When the intermediary fee can be accurately predicted, we will apply the fee indicated in the table to ensure that the recipient is charged the minimum amount possible.