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With the introduction of the euro in the year 2002 and the creation of the Single European Payments Area (SEPA), consumers, businesses and other economic factors are able to conduct and receive payments in euro under a set of common and uniform rules. SEPA's main goal is to create an integrated european infrastructure and a uniform regulatory framework for payment issues.

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For more information on SEPA, use the link Frequently asked questions

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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