Are there fees for receiving money from an international bank into an American bank acc?
Specifically, I'd like to know - f you are transferring money from abroad to an American bank, do you have to pay any fees to receive the money in the American bank?
Generally yes, though it depends on the bank or transfer company you chose. Most banks charge a percentage of the amount transferred, typically 1 to 3%. Some online banks do not charge international customers if they have an account. It all depends on the institution. Many of them charge fees on both ends: both the initiating institution and the receiving may charge a percentage, so do your homework carefully.
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