What is a SEPA money transfer?

The SEPA (Single Euro Payments Area) is a pan-European network that allows you to send and receive payments in euros (€) between two cross-border bank accounts in the Eurozone. With SEPA, sending money within the Eurozone is as easy as making your usual domestic bank transfers.

 

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