If you do not have a Swedish bank account you can still pay the invoices. When you receive the invoice you have the opportunity to open the invoice in pdf format in the e-mail. There you have all the information you need to make an international payment using the IBAN numbers and BIC numbers attached in the invoice. When completing the payment, make sure to enter the invoice number as a reference.
- It's important that you make the transfer in the recipient's currency, i.e. SEK. Otherwise, the amount may be reduced due to currency exchange and you will then need to make another international payment for the insufficient funds.
- Make sure that all transaction fees are set to be paid by the sender so that they are not deducted from your rent.
- International transfers may take up to 7 business days depending on where you make the transfer from. It is therefore important that you allow yourself plenty of time so the money reaches us in time.
In addition to the traditional way of making an international wire transfer via the bank, there are some other options that are both faster and cheaper.
We recommend that you use Wise for your international transfers. It's easy, you do not have to consider transaction fees, nor using IBAN and BIC. Instead, you can use the local payment method, using the local "bankgiro" (a company's account number), and OCR number - a unique reference for each invoice that links it together with your payment.
If you don't get the option to pay "the local way" use IBAN and BIC, but still use TransferWise, this is the quickest and cheapest way you can pay your invoices. If this is what you choose to do, please enter the invoice number, "fakturanummer", as a reference.
Always add firstname.lastname@example.org as a recipient of the confirmation of the receiver.
By doing so we will always have verification of the payment.
Do you have any questions regarding Wise or international payments? Contact us via the chat and we will help you.