What is an IBAN number?
An IBAN (International Bank Account Number) is used in certain countries to uniquely identify a customer’s bank account. It’s made up of letters and numbers and is generally 15-30 characters long.
Enter the IBAN number in the field labelled Account number/IBAN.
- Your payment could be delayed or rejected
- You might be charged an additional fee
It’s a good idea to check the IBAN with the person you're paying before confirming the transfer.
- For all Euro currency payments to Europe and the UK
- Payments in any currency to Lebanon and Kuwait