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Important Question About International Wire Transfer by Grimdark(m): 9:25am On Jan 29, 2021
Hello, everyone.

I'm expecting some funds from A foreign-based advertising website. They only have the INTERNATIONAL WIRE TRANSFER option as their payout method.

Is it possible to receive the funds in my Nigerian bank ACCOUNT? (GT Bank) I don't own a Domiciliary account. It's just a regular saving account.

The company asked for my ACCOUNT NUMBER and my SWIFT CODE. But I am told you would require a SORT CODE too. The company's payment provider did not provide a panel for SORT CODE just a SWIFT CODE.

Could I still receive the funds without the SORT CODE?

PLEASE NOTE: It is not a domiciliary account.

Any help at all would be appreciated.
Thank you?
Re: Important Question About International Wire Transfer by samsard(m): 9:34am On Jan 29, 2021
Oga, go and open a domiciliary account. You can open with $50-$100 with a lot of banks. Just buy dollar and go with your account opening documents. You can maintain zero balance with FCMB for example.
I think UBA allows $50 minimum.
But if you need a domiciliary account to receive and you're in Abuja, then contact me and we can work something out.

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