The scheme for transferring funds from Ukrainian cards is changing, there will be no special problems with Russian transfers.
CXID Revision. nfo decided to clarify the situation in Lugansk with money transfers to cards of citizens from Ukraine and the Russian Federation.
As previously reported by CXID. nfo that due to the new rules introduced by the State Bank on July 1, now financial centers will not be able to carry out transfers to Russian and Ukrainian bank cards of citizens. Neither get it from there, nor send it there. But is that so?
The first decade of July and CXID have passed. nfo asked knowledgeable people what changes in the issue of transferring and withdrawing money from cards occurred during this time in Lugansk.
“It is always difficult to get a translation from Ukraine. Because of the constant large flow of money, cards are blocked, and every time you need to make a fast transfer and withdraw money quickly within 10 minutes, ”said Aleksey from Luhansk, who regularly receives transfers from Ukraine. Alexey has not yet felt any changes, because he has been working with one small commercial center for a long time.
“Well, I don't even know if they have any licenses or work permits. My good friends work there, I have been using their services for the last 5 years for sure. And now I was withdrawing from the Privatbank card, it went as usual, ”said Alexey.
CXID Correspondent. nfo visited several different commercial financial centers in Luhansk with the same question.
As Viktor said, an employee of one small financial center on Oboronnaya Street, indeed, their center will no longer work with Ukrainian cards in the near future.
"To work with Ukrainian cards, the State Bank obliged to provide market participants with certain documents that not everyone can provide, especially small commercial centers, therefore, we will most likely stop providing this type of service," Viktor emphasized.
According to Nikolay, manager of a commercial center in the east of Luhansk, all the small commercial centers that Luhansk residents use most often will probably either stop working altogether or will only work with Russian cards.
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