On Fri, 4 Oct 2002, kevin lyda wrote:
> as far as paying directly to a bank, i really don't see how it's
> more complex to pay to an irish bank then it is to pay to a uk one.
EVerthing has to go through the branch you created the account with, it's
really weird. A cheque is received and sent to your local branch who have
to write another cheque and send it to the AMerican branch that issued it
in the first place before the money can be transferred. You are talking
about a few weeks
Wiring the money is a possibility but the charge is close to 10% of the
amount been transferred.
> i've transfered money from us banks to irish ones with little hassle.
Lucky you :-)
MSc Student, University of Limerick
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