WARNING- be prepared for a 45 minute process. SERIOUSLY, there are about 87 forms, 312 chops and a mountain of other crap. Take passport etc....
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Fleurette7 wrote:DownJones, nah it's a guy sending me money for some translation work I did for him.
In same case you may prefer POSTAL SAVINGS BANK, i heard they may apply some kind of card where
stored your dates and YOU NEED NOT FILL PAPERS ANYMORE.
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Lately I wired 100 Euro from my chinese account to my account in my home country, and I got 75 Euro. Turns out, except for paying for chinese bank, money got deducted by other bank(s) involved in transfer.
I need to transfer larger amount than 100 Euro soon, and Im wondering which option would be the cheapest.
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