Transfer to Bank

Transfer to Bank

You can be able to withdraw your funds to your bank account through the following procedure:

  1. Log into your account and click on the Balances tab.

  2. Click on the Settlements tab.

  3. On the top right, click on the Add Account tab.

  4. Fill in your bank account details correctly and then click on submit button to save. Always counter check the bank details you provide to prevent cases of sending funds to the wrong recipient.

  5. Click on the New Request tab to initiate withdrawal of your funds.

  6. Fill in the details by choosing from the drop-down menu and stating the amount you wish to withdraw then click submit button to save.

  7. The withdrawal request will be processed by the IntaSend Team.‚Äč


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