Swift Iban Explained

European customers can pay for a low fee internationally within the European Union. Using the IBAN number and BIC or SWIFT code, Euro payments can be made for a low fee between one EU-country and the other. IBAN, the International Bank Account Number, reduces costs and overhead for such bank transfers. The BIC or SWIFT code identifies the bank you are sending money to.

The Dot TK Registry office for domain names is located in the United Kingdom, within the European Union. Upon registering your domain name from another EU-country, and by selecting bank payment, you will be receiving the correct IBAN and BIC/SWIFT information for our company. You use the IBAN and BIC/SWIFT information to initiate the bank payment to us.

International EU-payments should cost the same as normal national payments. Normal EU-payments take about 3-4 business days. Upon receipt of your payment, we will confirm your payment in our system, and your domain name will be activated or extended.

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