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Do I need a SWIFT/BIC code for transfers from the US in DolarApp?
Do I need a SWIFT/BIC code for transfers from the US in DolarApp?

SWIFT / BIC Code

Updated over a week ago

What is the SWIFT/BIC code?

The SWIFT (Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication) code or BIC (Bank Identifier Code) is an international bank identification code to facilitate money transfers between banks.

Do I need a SWIFT/BIC code for transfers in DolarApp?

In DolarApp, transfers in dollars to or from an account in the United States are considered local transfers between US banks. Therefore, you do not need a SWIFT/BIC code to perform these operations. 🙏🏽

If your bank requests a SWIFT/BIC code, it is likely that we do not support such transfers, as we do not provide one. Generally, this code is requested by banks that are not in the United States, and at DolarApp, we only accept bank transfers from banks within the US. 🚀

DolarApp does not have a SWIFT/BIC code

Currently, we only work with traditional ACH transactions or domestic wires. This simplifies the process and ensures your transfers are quick and reliable.

If you have any questions or encounter any issues, please do not hesitate to contact our support team through the chat available in the app or via email at help@dolarapp.com


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