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How to send money to Romania

Step 1:

Find the nearest location where you can send money by calling the toll-free number from:

Services and information in Romanian language.

Step 2:

Go to send money with a valid ID to you (identity card, passport, temporary / permanent residence permit).

Step 3:

Ask for Transfer Rapid - CEC Bank service communicate to the agent what district do you want to send money to (our network in Romania also expands in rural areas) and the currency you want the payment to be made. Choose between cash payment or deposit account.

Step 4:

Check if CEC Bank is written on the bill you receive.

Step 5:

Communicate to the beneficiary the amount sent and the transfer number.

Money can be picked up the same day at CEC Bank, or money is deposited into your account the same day.
You do not need a bank account, but if you want you can send money into your account opened at CEC Bank. You must know the Iban code.

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We took in consideration your desire and you now have the posibility to send money via Rapid Transfer - CEC Bank directly into account in Romania.

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