Local payments use the SEPA scheme, which stands for Single Euro Payments Area.

Thanks to the Single Euro Payments Area (SEPA), customers can now make cashless euro payments – via credit transfer and direct debit – to anywhere in the European Union, as well as a number of non-EU countries, in a fast, safe and efficient way, just like national payments.

For a list of all countries where you can make and receive SEPA payments, please see the link.

To receive local payments, copy your 'Local Account details' and share with the sender following this article.

If you need help for making local payments, you may see this article.

IMPORTANT: For local payments (SEPA), you need to use PAYRGB21 as your BIC number. If you use PAYRGB2L for SEPA payments, your payment will be unsuccessful.

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