At the beginning of this year, we announced that we’re building the simplest way to send cross-border payments. We started with cross-border support with our API, which allows you to build a powerful payments infrastructure in minutes, and we recently announced CSV upload support, which allows you to send thousands of payments (both domestic and international) by uploading a single CSV file.
We’re excited to announce another update to our cross-border payments solution: We now support SWIFT payments! SWIFT payments, or International Wire Transfer, is a cross-border payment method that transfers money overseas quickly and securely.
This builds on our current support for Local Bank Transfer (International ACH). With both payment options, you now have the ability to send payments to 223 countries and territories worldwide!
With this update, you can:
Send payments to 223 countries and territories, either via a CSV file upload or by using our API
Send money in US dollars via International Wire Transfer (SWIFT)
Routable supports virtually every country around the world with the exception of sanctioned entities.
See which payment method (SWIFT or Local Bank Transfer) is available in each country here.
For current customers using our API or CSV upload, you can send money to 223 countries and territories right now.
For new customers who want to learn more about how our cross-border solution can help them scale their business payments, please contact email@example.com.
We’ve got a few big updates for cross-border coming soon. Keep an eye on the blog for more updates on upcoming features, including full dashboard support and a NetSuite integration.
As we build the future of cross-border payments, we want your feedback. If you’re interested in learning more or would like to see how it works, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
An international ACH transfer is one way for businesses to send payments globally, and it’s commonly used to pay vendors and suppliers abroad.
Form W-8BEN-E is a tax document collected by a U.S. based business from foreign entities who receive income from U.S. sources.