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MANUAL PAYMENTS METHODS

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You can choose SCAN QR Code or VPA

Steps to pay via PAYNOW (VPA)

Step 1: Login to your banking app and select PayNow as the transfer method.

Step 2: Choose the VPA option and enter this code: UEN202122707ZA00#XNAP

Step 3: Important: Enter your name in the comments field. If not, your name will not be shown to the recipient.

Step 4: Double check the recipient’s name displayed, enter the amount and confirm the transfer.

SCAN PAYNOW QR CODE  

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SCAN GRAB PAY QR CODE

To Pay Burma Jars Pte. Ltd.

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Bank Transfer

SGD Local account details

To receive SGD from Singapore only

DO NOT use to receive funds from outside Singapore, the funds will have to be returned to the sender

For Fast/ACT/GIRO

Account holder name     : BURMA JARS PTE. LTD.

Account number             : 8850-6500-4057-4241-6

Bank name                      : DBS Bank Ltd

Bank SWIFT/BIC             : DBSSSGSG

Bank code                      : 7171

Branch code                   : 001

 

To pay foreign currencies from Singapore or overseas, you have to use my SWIFT payment details.

 

The supported currencies are as follow,

We advise that funds are sent in foreign currencies (and not SGD) to avoid unnecessary fees.

Australian Dollar (AUD)
Bulgarian Lev (BGN)
Canadian Dollar (CAD)
Chinese Yuan (CNY)
Croatian Kuna (HRK)
Czech Koruna (CZK)
Danish Krone (DKK)
Euro (EUR)
Hong Kong Dollar (HKD)
Hungarian Forint (HUF)
Israeli Shekel (ILS)
Japanese Yen (JPY)
New Zealand Dollar (NZD)
Norwegian Krone (NOK)
Polish Zloty (PLN)
Romanian Leu (RON)
South African Rand (ZAR)
Swedish Krona (SEK)
Swiss Franc (CHF)
UK Sterling (GBP)
US Dollar (USD)

SWIFT account details

Account holder name     : BURMA JARS PTE. LTD.

Account number/IBAN   : GB94TCCL04140481242781

Bank name                     : The Currency Cloud Limited

Bank SWIFT/BIC             : TCCLGB3L

Bank Address                 : 12 Steward Street, The Steward Building, London, E1 6FQ, GB

Correspondent bank      : Depends on sender’s currency.

 

What should the sender put as the Correspondent bank details?

A sender typically has the option to define a correspondent bank when doing a SWIFT transfer. We encourage you to share the applicable correspondent bank details with the senders. Defining the correspondent banks ensures a smooth flow of funds and minimises the chances of hiccups and in extreme cases, transfer reversals.

The correspondent bank details depend on the currency being sent, and is set out in the list below.

 

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