When you send money to TransferWise, there are a few types of bank accounts that we can't receive from, because they don't include your name as the sender.
These include, but are not limited to:
*We can receive money from-USD brokerage accounts, but only if the money is sent from an account in your name. We might ask for a document to back up your account ownership.
**You can withdraw from Stripe as a third-party payment into your own borderless bank account details.
***You can withdraw funds from your PayPal account to one of your balances, only if PayPal accepts your borderless account details as a withdrawal bank account.
If linking your balance to PayPal fails, you can get a proof of account ownership instead.
Essentially, we cannot receive money from any bank account where the transfer to us will not bear your name as the account holder, and will instead be a third party name. If you're unsure about this, it's best to double check with your bank.
This is also the case when adding money to your balances. We can't accept deposits from any account which doesn't bear your name as the sender. However, if you're making a transfer to your balance using your local bank details, then this can come from a third party account, like Amazon.
We can't support transfers to Bitcoin or any other cryptocurrency, directly or indirectly, through our services. Nevertheless, if you want to withdraw one of our supported currencies to your balances, then payments coming from platforms dealing with Bitcoins or any other cryptocurrency to your balances bank account details are accepted.