Over 90% of our transfers take less than a minute, and we keep improving on that. Rarely, it may take up to 2 days for some particular card issuers.
It depends on where you are sending from. However, we keep the fees down to a minimum and calculate the cost upfront so that you always check before you send.
Safe money transfer is our top priority. We apply 3D Secure to protect your transactions and comply with the PCI DSS information security standard in handling your data.
Fin.do is the fastest way to send money to Switzerland, with money transfers available for your recipient in Switzerland within minutes. In some rare cases, transfers may take 1-2 days, depending on the recipient’s card issuing bank. In every case, we try to get your money to Switzerland as quickly as possible. Plus, we'll keep you notified of the entire process as it happens.
Yes, there are limits for how much you can send to Switzerland with us. When you first create a Fin.do account you will be able to transfer up to $1,500 per day or $7,000 per month per card, with a maximum limit of $35,000 per month for all cards combined.
Once your Fin.do account is verified, your transfer amount will increase to $2,500 per day and $10,000 per month per card. This limit can be higher depending on the risk assessment conducted by our risk department, with a maximum limit of $50,000 per month for all cards combined.
In order to transfer money to Switzerland via Fin.do, you need to set up an account and add at least one verified card.
Then, simply select the card you wish to send money from, and choose a recipient either from your contact list or by entering a card number. Once done, you will be able to see the recipient's currency, transfer fee, and exchange rate.
We do everything in our power to make sure every Fin.do transfer is entirely secure. We are not a bank or an e-wallet, and at no point do we hold any funds. Transfers are sent directly from sender to recipient.
Are you planning to transfer money abroad? Fin.do is currently available in these countries: