How can someone transfer money into my account?

To allow someone to transfer money into your account, you must provide them with your account details.

  • Republic of Ireland customers should provide their BIC and IBAN.
  • Northern Ireland and Great Britain customers should provide their National Sort Code (NSC) and account number.

To find and share your details see Where can I find my BIC and IBAN?'

For some transfers, you may also need to provide details of your bank or branch (name and address).

Remember, you should NEVER provide any personal or login details to accept a transfer into your account. See our Security Zone for more info.

How should they send me the money?

Online banking transfers are the cheapest and easiest option if their bank offers this service. To transfer money to you, they must first add you as a payee using their own bank's online banking services. Ask them to use a reference on the transfer so you can easily recognise it when it appears in your account.

Do they need to use online banking?

No, they can also visit a branch to make a transfer or lodgement into your account.

Last updated: September 04, 2020

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