Bank of America’s SWIFT code BOFAUS3N should be used for incoming wires in U.S. dollars. Bank of America’s SWIFT code BOFAUS6S should be used for incoming wires in foreign currency. If you do not know or are unsure of the type of currency being received please use BOFAUS3N. Someone sending an incoming international wire to you may also ask for Bank of America’s address.
Bank fees in Africa are very high. I know when I transfer money via wire xfer to my business account at a bank in West Africa from a US bank the bank there charges me 1% to receive the money, which I think is high and typically goes into the hundreds of dollars on most of my transfers there.
For international wire transfers, in addition to our standard wire transfer fee, other fees may also apply, including those charged by the recipient’s financial institution, foreign taxes, and other fees that are part of the wire transfer process. Markups associated with the currency conversion are included in the Bank of America exchange rate.
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Whether you sent your transfer from Bank of America, Wells Fargo or Chase Bank, you should be able to put a trace on it. You’ll need your reference number, and you might need an ID or some other way to verify it’s your wire transfer. The main thing that tends to vary is the fees banks charge to trace a wire. Because processes and fees can vary depending on your bank and what type of.
I have an international wire transfer that needs to be recalled. A month ago, I sent a wire transfer from the US to a Japanese Bank of America branch. It looks like it was supposed to go to a US Bank of America branch instead. Basically, I provided a SWIFT code rather than a routing number. The account number was correct for the intended.