Transfers from the Netherlands created especially for you

1

Create an account or log in Sami Swoi without documents.

2

Enter beneficiary data and sum of transfer. We offer numerous types of transfers.

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Finally, pay for the transfer by your debit card and that's all!

Sami Swoi - Your transfer emergency

Can you sometimes feel that a normal transfer is not enough? Would you like your beneficiary in Poland to get the money even quicker? You are in the right place! With Sami Swoi Przekazy Pieniężne transfer LIVE means certain and safe money in 10 minutes on a bank account in every bank in Poland.

Why we? Making transfers on www.przekazypieniezne.com you get free messages with the confirmation after each transaction. With us, payment is quick with debit cards: Visa Debit®/Electron®, Maestro® or Mastercard Debit®.

More than 13 years of experience on transfer market and trust of 180 thousand customers is a credit to us. Trust specialists and join us!

Make transfers from the Netherlands

Via Internet

To Poland you will make:

The standard transfer into a bank account is one of our most popular transfers. The fee is only £2.99 or 2.99€ regardless of the amount you transfer. The money is cleared on the baneficiary’s bank account on the second working day.

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Do you want to make a quick and safe transfer at a reasonable price? We offer you an express transfer which we will send into a PLN account on the next working day. A fixed fee is £4.99 or 4.99€ regardless of the amount being transferred.

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Have you forgotten about birthday, a special occasion or other payments you have in Poland? Does your family urgently need a cash injection? We recommend the Live Bank Transfer in 10 minutes with the maximum amount of transfer of GBP 1,000 or 1,000 EUR that can be made regardless of the clearing times of the bank in Poland. The fee is only 7.90 in GBP and EUR.

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Pay by card
Accepted types of payment cards:
  • Visa Debit®
  • Visa Electron®
  • Maestro®
  • Debit MasterCard®
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