Yes, it does. With both personal and business account we provide us access to our online banking.
Yes, they do. Any business or personal Trustcom account has an IBAN number. IBAN is the International Bank Account Number (IBAN) and it is used to identify international current accounts.
Yes, you can send funds using both SEPA or SWIFT transfers. SEPA (Single European Payment Area) transfers are executed only in the EU and EEA countries, in EUR currency. Switzerland, Monaco, San Marino, and Gibraltar participate along with EEA countries (EU countries, Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway) in the SEPA scheme.
SWIFT transfers are executed in other currencies and/or in Euro currency to banks in countries outside the EEA or SEPA.
Note: Services are restricted and are not available to the following categories: adult content, carbon credits, cash, charities, counterfeit goods, cryptocurrencies, defense/military, drug paraphernalia, explosives, gambling, high value dealers, illegal goods, MSBs. PSPs, multi-level marketing (MLM), pawnbrokers, political groups, Ponzi/pyramid schemes, precious metals, prostitution, shell banks, speculative trading, weapons.
Yes it is. At this moment, you can receive only SEPA payments. All the EU banks and many more support this kind of transfer, because it is the fastest and cheapest way to send and receive money.
In order to receive funds, you have to use these details:
Beneficiary name: Insert name and surname or company name that holds the Trustcom Financial account
Beneficiary account: Insert your Trustcom IBAN account number >
Financial institution name: Trustcom Financial UAB
Financial institution SWIFT/BIC code:TRFBLT21XXX
Financial institution address: Islandijos g. 6, Vilnius 01117, Lituania
Yes, it is. You can create a templates with all the beneficiary details.