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Sending to PLN
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Sending from PLN
|TransferWise fee||0.5% (or 5 PLN for under 1000 PLN)||Except when sending to SWIFT currencies, where an additional €7 (or equivalent) flat fee is charge in addition to the outlined fees|
|Time for deposit to reach TransferWise*||24 hours||Please note: TransferWise usually only receives deposits within UK working hours (9-5 UK time Mon-Fri)|
|Maximum amount (per transfer)||5,000,000 PLN|
|How to send money||Debit/Credit card or Local bank transfer||There is a limit of 10,000 PLN for debit/credit card payments|
|Additional sending fees||No|
|Amount Lock Transfers||Yes||The currency you're sending to must also be able to receive fixed amounts. Please see our other currency FAQs for more information|
|Guaranteed Rate||Yes||You'll receive a guaranteed rate, lasting 24 working hours (1 working day) when transferring to AUD, CHF, EUR, GBP and USD.|
|Debit/Credit Card Payments||Yes||The limit per payment for PLN card payments is 10,000 PLN. There is no fee for paying with debit card, and paying by credit card carries an additional 0.3% fee.|
If you cancel your transfer from PLN when you have already sent the money to us and the transfer has not yet been completed, then we can simply refund your money back to you.
The money must be sent back to the account it came from and we will ask for the following details:
- Account holder name
- Bank code (BIC/SWIFT)
Your money will then be sent back to you and should arrive on the same working day.
Card payment refunds are an automatic process (but not instant), and once you cancel a payment, your money will be sent back to the card you paid from. This can then take up to 10 working days to reflect back on your card, although it is normally much quicker than this.
We cannot send PLN to Poland for the purpose of paying tax, insurance, fees or other liabilities to the centralised budget, i.e. Municipality, National Insurance etc.
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