u suggesting using TT?Astin said:Ask the guy in US to provide u his name, bank name, bank address and bank account number, then bring this to any local bank, tell the bank u want to wire transfer the money over, the process takes about 10 minutes, but the US guy will probably receive the money on the next day.
Alternatively, get the guy name and address, and go to any local bank, tell the bank u want to buy a cheque in US$, the process takes about 20 minutes, the bank will then give u the US$ cheque, then u send it over by postal service.
huh 10 bucks? i thought how much...nicholas1986 said:thanks will try it out tomorrow...
was really having the idea of just putting a US$10 in the envelop and sent it over
In Singapore we call TT (telegraphic transfer) but in US I think they still call wire transfer (still use wire:think: ), it is the same thing lah.:bsmilie:Del_CtrlnoAlt said:u suggesting using TT?
alternatively, some money changers also do transfers. Simplest method is to get a proforma invoice from the guy 1st, den all information needed is there. just go down & transfer.
i suggest u find a person with CC to help u pay the money, easier, den u give him the 16-17 bucks... still save the 8 bucks for draftnicholas1986 said:whats the difference bank draft and money order? Called up singpost today that they need the recipient bank acc # which i was thinking a bit troublesome. Oh ya singpost charges $8 per draft and maxium is $6400
BTW the purchase is from a US merchant not the usual ebay person