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Q: Does ICBC CHINA accept Wire tranfer via Paypal?

I have Paypal account, and I want to make a withdraw, do you know if ICBC accepts wire transfer? What about Bank of China?

7 years 32 weeks ago in  Money & Banking - Ningbo

 
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If by wire transfer you mean transferring money using an account number and a swift code then yes. You need to go to the branch where you opened your account and get the details for the transfer. 

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but takes like 2-3 weeks till the money arrives...

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Don't ever use ICBC.  Use a decent commercial bank like Merchants

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Getting your money via Paypal or direct transfer can sometimes depend on how bothered the staff member you are dealing with is to do this for you.  

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