Wire Transfers

Wire Transfers

Wire transfer is a method of electronic funds transfer from one person or entity to another. A transfer can be made from one bank account to another or through a transfer of cash at a cash office. This type of transfer is reliable, and safe and is often used for some of the most important transactions in life -- like the purchase of a home.

Wire transfers can be made in a branch, over the phone, or with a NetBranch message. Please have the following information ready to efficiently and successfully order a wire transfer from your account.


For Domestic Wire Transfers

Fee: The credit union charges primary account holders a $15.00 wire fee for all wires being sent domestically.

Sender Information:  
Your Name 
Your Account Number at Greenville Federal Credit Union 
Your Address (No P.O. Boxes)

Receiving Financial Institution Information: 
Receiving Financial Institution Name 
Receiving Financial Institution Routing Number/ ABA Number: (A 9 digit number to identify a Financial Institution
Receiving Financial Institution Address (No P.O. Boxes
Corresponding/ Intermediary Bank Name, Routing Number, and Address, if applicable.

Beneficiary Information:  
Beneficiary Name (First name, Last name) 
Beneficiary Account Number 
Beneficiary Address (No P.O boxes) 
Further credit information, if applicable

Wire Information:  
Wire amount 
Any remarks needed on the wire, if applicable


For International Wire Transfers

Fee: The credit union charges a $15.00 wire fee for international wires being sent in foreign currency and $35.00 for international wires being sent in US dollars.

Sender Information:  
Your Name 
Your Account Number at Greenville Federal Credit Union 
Your Address (No P.O. Boxes)

Receiving Financial Institution Information: 
Receiving Financial Institution Name 
Receiving Financial Institution SWIFT/ BIC 
   Society of Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunications/Bank Identifier Code 
Receiving Financial Institution Address (No P.O. Boxes
Corresponding/ Intermediary Bank Name, Routing Number, and Address, if applicable.

Beneficiary Information: 
Beneficiary Name (First name, Last name) 
Beneficiary Account Number/IBAN Number/CLABE Number 
     - IBAN (International Bank Account Number) – consists of an alphabetical country code, followed by two digits, and then up to thirty five characters for the bank account number 
     - CLABE (Clave Bancaria Estandarizada) – a required 18-digit account number used in Mexico that uniquely identifies account holders 
Beneficiary Address (No P.O boxes) 
Further credit information, if applicable

Wire Information: 
Wire amount 
Any remarks needed on the wire, if applicable 
Purpose of wire 
Source of Funds 
Third Party Details and the nature of the relationship between the client and the third party 
Beneficiary Details and the nature of the relationship between the client and the beneficiary 
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