Doge bank information (for private individuals) LIU
INFORMATION FOR BANK WIRE TRANSFER
(USUALLY 1 DAY FROM USA, 1-3 DAYS FROM OTHER COUNTRIES)
Here is the information your need to fill do an international transfer to DOGE.
This information is for private individuals only. If you do a transfer from a corporate account, please mail us, we’ll send our other account information.
Country : CHINA
Beneficiary name : Last Name : LIU
First name : ZHE
if your bank offers you only one field, please write : LIU ZHE
Bank name : BANK OF COMMUNICATIONS
Bank address : HUNAN PROVINCE BRANCH
Benericiary address : Non-mandatory field – Please not fill it.
In case your bank make it compulsory:
Field 1: n/a
Field 2: n/a
410006 CHANGSHA, China
Swift Code : COMMCNSHCSA
Account number : 6222600640003952745
Please fill your ORDER number, like “#3421”, please DO NOT fill product
name otherwise it will confuse the bank.
IMPORTANT NOTES :
1) When you will ask your bank to process the Swift transfer, whether you do it online or at a local branch, during the process (generally at the end), you will be asked between 3 options for “SWIFT fees”, sometimes just called “fees”. They are: “all fees paid by recipient” / “fees shared” / “all fees at your own”.
This option is to determine who pays the “Swift fees”. “SWIFT” is the international institute who connect all bank together. These Swift fees are extremely low in all western countries, around $2/$3, whereas extremely high in China.
The 5% discount with coupon “bank” is only in case you choose the option “ALL FEES AT YOUR OWN” which costs you only $2 as said above.
The reason we insist on that point is that in case you would forget to choose this option, all Chinese banks charge a high fix amount of $50 for Swift collection fees. Unfortunately, in the case you would forget to choose this option, we would have to charge you back these $50.
The cost of a bank wire transfer to China is around $12/$15 if done with your online bank interface. If done in a local branch, it varies from $30 to $40.
2) It is very important to write the recipient’s name exactly as above. China banks are very strict about spelling or typing mistakes. Spelling mistakes are a frequent cause of funds rejection.