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What are my options concerning the execution date of a payment?

Most payments can be scheduled for a selected date. However, there are a few exceptions, where you can make immediate payments.

  • Immediately
    The amount is transferred to the beneficiary's account immediately. This option is available for payments on Alpha Bank cards (whether they are saved in your profile or not), Alpha Bank loans, such as Α700 and Alpha Epilogi, and various payments to private companies and organizations. 
  • On a selected date
    You can schedule a payment order for a future date. With this option, the earliest possible execution date is the current working day.

If you select the current working day as the execution date and you enter the payment order before 16:00 hours of that day, your transaction will be completed at 17:00 hours. Otherwise, if you select the current working day as the execution date but you enter the payment order after 16:00 hours, your transaction will be completed after 22:00 on the same day. The relevant information is shown on the transaction copy.

Secure electronic transactions
The security of your transactions is our priority. We ask our Customers to follow the guidelines for the security of electronic transactions provided by Alpha Bank, especially at this time that phishing attacks have significantly increased.

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