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Fees for getting paid and adding money

For some currencies, we'll offer faster, or more convenient options for a small fee.

For businesses in Italy
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Getting paid into to your account

Pay a one-time fee to unlock local account details around the world

Set up your account with international bank details. Just pay a 50 EUR fee when getting started.

Then, get paid into any account

It’s free to receive money into your Wise Account. Some faster methods of sending money, like wire payments in US dollars, have a fixed fee — but there’ll always be a free alternative.

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Setting up account details

One-time fee for bank details in AED, AUD, BGN, CAD, CHF, CNY, CZK, DKK, EUR, GBP, HKD, HUF, ILS, JPY, NOK, NZD, PLN, RON, SEK, SGD, TRY, UGX, ZAR

50 EUR
Receiving local payments (non-Swift / non-wire)


Receiving USD wire payments

There’s a fixed fee to receive USD via wire

6.11 USD
Receiving CAD Swift payments

There’s a fixed fee to receive CAD via Swift

10 CAD
Receiving Swift payments in 21 currencies

No fee from us. Correspondent banks might charge fees we have no control over

Our fee

Adding money to your Wise Account

The price depends on the payment method you choose

Some ways to pay are free, others have a fee. Use the calculator to check.

It’s free to add money by bank transfer in the same currency

Send money to Wise Business account via bank transfer for free when the currency stays the same. Pay a small fee to add USD or CAD.

Top tips for receiving money

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Get paid however you need

Account details for other countries help you receive payments wherever you are. So if your client asks for your IBAN or wire number, you’re prepared.

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Collect sales from Amazon and Stripe

Withdraw from online seller or trading platforms using your IBAN or other account details.

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Get paid on time with payment links

Generate payment links for your Wise Business account.

Frequently asked questions