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What is an IBAN number?


An IBAN (International Bank Account Number) is an alphanumeric code containing 15 to over 30 characters and is used in certain countries to identify Bank, Branch, and the customer’s account number.



You can get this information from the payee you are sending money to. If they don’t know, they’ll need to ask their bank.