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New pricing policy for fund transfers
to other domestic banks
Fund transfer transactions' charges to other domestic banks via Alpha Web Banking, according to their way of payment (chosen by the sender), are the following:
Charges shared (SHA). Alpha Bank‘s charges (Euro 0.30) will be paid by the sender and the other bank’s charges (depending each time on its pricing policy) by the beneficiary.
Charges paid by the sender (¤UR). The sender will pay all fund transfer’s charges where:
- Alpha Bank's charges: Euro 0.30
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Surcharge for covering Beneficiary's bank charges (OUR): additional interbank charges based on bilateral agreements between the sender and the receiver banks.

Charges paid by the beneficiary (┬┼═). The beneficiary will pay all fund transfer’s charges

The above fees are not refundable in the event that the fund is retairned to the sender by the recipient's bank.

 
 

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