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Privat24 cancels the fee for transfers from Polish and German bank cards: details of the promotion

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Privat24 cancels the fee for transfers from Polish and German bank cards: details of the promotion

PrivatBank clients can make instant free transfers to their own cards from cards of Polish and German banks in Privat24. Read details and terms of the offer in our article

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PrivatBank continues to show solidarity with Ukrainians who are abroad because of the war. Many refugees send funds to their relatives, friends or volunteers in Ukraine from bank cards of the country where they are. PrivatBank gives an opportunity to save on such transfers.


For 4 months, Ukrainians can make instant commission-free transfers from the cards of Polish and German banks in Privat24. This solution frees Ukrainians from paying the bank commission which usually is 1.5% for Mastercard cards and 3% for Visa cards.


This offer is valid from March 25th till June 25th, 2023.


How to transfer money? 

Use web - version of Privat24 or mobile app. Follow simple steps:

  • Go to the menu and select the following sections: "Services" → "Transfers" → "To card";
  • Select the sender's card and specify your own foreign card details.


Need a video guide? Follow this link and see how to make transfers in Privat24.


We should add that you can send funds in different currencies: hryvnia, dollars and euro.

Transfer funds without a fee can only customers PrivatBank. Those who don't have a card can apply for a digital card online in Privat24. Users of Wise, Revolut and ZEN.COM can send money to Ukraine only if their cards were issued in Poland or Germany.


Ukrainians abroad continue to use PrivatBank. Since the full-scale war, they have made 1 billion transfers through Privat24 - some were made from abroad. Previously, we told you how to top up your PrivatBank card abroad - read the details in our article


Some banks in Poland still offer favorable conditions for Ukrainians. Read about special offers at the link.


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