The expert shared the remaining ways for individuals, shops and banks.
NTI digital finance expert Viktor Dostov, in an interview with the media, listed ways to transfer money abroad against the backdrop of anti-Russian sanctions.
In an interview with RIA Novosti, he said that there are opportunities, although some of they require the personal presence of an individual or the payment of a high commission.
In the case of transferring money to stores abroad, Russians can open an account in a foreign bank and transfer money there in the permitted form and limits.
Or they can transfer money via SWIFT, but from their own account, but using the accounts of the recipient or seller, though. There is such a chance, the expert notes, although a high commission will be charged for this.
According to Dostov, some countries allow you to open wallets and accounts with them remotely. However, information about the list of such states must be constantly monitored, because. it changes.
The expert explained that such accounts are specially marked by the bank, and he can physically call the owner to complete the transaction if he considers it risky.
For transfers not to banks and shops, but For individuals, the expert advised using the money transfer systems, Contact and Unistream.
Earlier, Topnews wrote that the Bank of Russia banned credit organizations from transferring funds from the Russian Federation abroad to citizens of unfriendly states.
the list includes 43 countries.