$USD Payment via Transferwise

Stripe < invoice $90 < TransferWise preferred

GUIDE FOR USA CLIENTS

These payment instructions serve as a guideline to help ensure that the correct details are entered for the successful payment of your invoice with USD currency though a local bank transfer.

I prefer TransferWise (local bank transfer payment) for larger payment amounts (over USD$90) to help reduce my processing fees vs payment via Stripe checkout (Visa/Mastercard payment), but you are free to choose your own preference.

Note: $90 is a very approximate cut-off point.

Instructions for TransferWise Payment

For Transferwise payment, the process may vary, but the instructions below along with the video (scroll to bottom) should provide you with an efficient guideline to follow, especially if you are new to TransferWise payments. If you already have a TransferWise account, you can skip the sign up step.

1) Signing up via this link and get your first transfer fee free or minimized. (Check your inbox to verify your email address.)

2) Then, as per instructions in video below, after signing up close the default page and go to add my account details under “Recipients”. **

**IMPORTANT: Change the currency to DKK (Danish Kroner) when you are choosing the currency for me as the recipient.

My business account details (send to Denmark DKK currency)

Business name: Rachan Chindarsi
Business email: rachan.chindarsi@gmail.com
Account nr: 8117 4902623
IBAN nr. DK3581170004902623
SWIFT/BIC: NYKBDKKK

Address (if required):
Kløvermarkvej 19
Gilleleje 3250
DENMARK

3) You can then add your bank account now or later, as explained in the video instructions.

4) As you are sending from USD$ already, you can ignore the instructions in the video about converting to your local currency, these are for clients converting to first to their local currency that is not USD$. If you sending from another currency, see instructions for your currency.

6) Remember, you will be completing a local payment from your local currency (USD) to a local US bank used by TransferWise.  For USA, there may be an option to quickly complete this using a payment integration system that connects to your local bank account directly. Otherwise, TransferWise will give you bank details for their local bank, and you will use those details and using *TransferWise Payment Reference* to manually make a bank transfer to those provided details via your own online banking. Once TransferWise receives the specified amount, TransferWise will then connect with the provided reference number and convert and forward the money to me and will notify you via email. Note that you may have the option to pay via card instead of bank transfer but this would increase fees on my side so I prefer local bank transfer instead when possible

Video Instructions

Please follow the instructions on this video in conjunction with the above instructions to ensure successful payment with TransferWise from your local currency to my DKK currency.

Time to allow yourself: The initial first setup of TransferWise account and storing of sending and recipient bank details can take several minutes for your first payment, the next time you pay will be much quicker. 

Verifying Identification: At some point, verification of identity will be required, whether initially or at a later date. I have not covered this aspect in these instructions.

Skip conversion step: As mentioned in the written guide above, you can ignore the instructions in the video about converting to your local currency, these are for clients converting to first to their local currency that is not USD$. 

Sign up via this referral link and get your first transfer fee free or minimized.