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One of my clients will send money to my bank account in my country S.Korea from his bank account in E.U. country.

I sent the bank info (A/C No., SWIFT CODE, My and Bank Address), h'ever, the party asked me to send additional info such as

  • GLOBAL SERVER IP
  • GLOBAL SERVER ID
  • RECEIVING SERVER ID
  • WTS SERVER
  • LOGON SERVER

My bank said to me they don't have any Idea about these info and said Bank SWIFT code and a/c No. are enough to receive money from abroad.

What can I do for this problem?

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    The named pieces of information don't make any sense for a bank transfer. I can't tell you exactly what, but something is wrong somewhere. – user Jan 24 '17 at 8:53
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Those fields are used in a bank-to-bank transfers that do not use SWIFT. SWIFT is a messaging system, however with the fields you have listed, banks can exchange messages directly without having to use SWIFT.

Your bank may not support bank-to-bank transfers, in which you need to notify your client that it needs to be a SWIFT transfer.

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