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The Standing Order Service enables you to set up a regular automated funds transfer between Bangkok Bank accounts. Whether you want to send money to family, pay your bills, pay rent, or just grow your own savings balance each month, this service can make sure you never miss another transaction.
You need to bring your deposit account passbook or cheque book to any Bangkok Bank branch, fill out an application form and submit it at least seven business days before the first desired transfer date.
You can schedule your transfer date as recurring weekly, fortnightly, or monthly on a date of your choice. You can also schedule in advance the date the transfer is to be discontinued. You need to specify the fund value to be transferred, which will be the same each time.
The account that funds can be transferred from needs to be a savings or current account.
The account that funds can be transferred to needs to be a savings or current account, Sinmathaya account or fixed deposit account.
Transfer your money anywhere in Thailand
"Interbank Transfer" service helps you transfer money either from your Bangkok Bank account or any other Thai bank account over the counter at Bangkok Bank branches nationwide. The service is for cash transactions only with a maximum funds transfer amount of 100,000 baht per transaction.
Funds transfers are cash only and you will have to provide us with the cash before the transfer begins.
You have to fill in the Interbank Transfer form complete with signature.
Once the service has been completed, we will provide a receipt for you. Please keep the receipt for future references.
Contact any Bangkok Bank branch and fill in the 'Domestic Funds Transfers' form, specifying your name, ID card number, amount to transfer, address, phone number and the recipient's name.
The teller will provide you with an 11-digit reference number.
The person receive the funds can go to any Bangkok Bank branch.
To collect the funds, you simply need to bring ID card and cite the 11-digit reference number.
Contact any Bank branch nationwide if you have a Bangkok Bank savings or current account or any Bank branch in the same region for a fixed deposit account, except microbranches.
If you wish to transfer more than 500,000 baht, you need to do so from your home branch unless using BIZ iBanking or Corporate iCash.
If you are transferring from a current account, fill in the application form for a BAHTNET transfer and have it signed by the person authorized to withdraw money without writing a cheque.
To transfer money on behalf of another Bangkok Bank account holder, the application must be made from the payer’s home branch.
If you are making a BAHTNET transfer for business purposes, all transfers must be conducted through an account.