Money transfers to Russia have been resumed

We are pleased to announce that online money transfers to Russia have been resumed. Money is sent through the Korona money transfer system. In this regard, some changes have occurred in the process of sending and receiving transfers:

  1. Cash transfers are now issued at Korona service points.
  2. The transfer is now credited to the card by the recipient. This can be done on the website or in the Korona mobile application.

Crediting to the card is only available for cards from banks that are not under US sanctions. At the time of publication these are the following banks:

  • Raiffeisenbank
  • UniCredit Bank
  • Bank DOM.RF
  • OTP Bank
  • Bank Avangard
  • Credit Europe Bank
  • Asia-Pacific Bank
  • OZON Bank
  • Yandex Bank
  • Banca Intesa
  • Bank Forstadt
  • Primsotsbank
  • Bank Agroros
  • Bank Sinara
  • Bank SIAB
  • Bank RostFinance
  • Solid Bank
  • Renaissance Credit
  • Bank FINAM
  • Severgazbank
  • Modulbank

If the recipient does not have a card from a bank that is not under sanctions, the easiest way is to open an OZON Bank card. After simple registration on the website, the bank allows you to open an anonymous account in which you can store up to 15,000 rubles, and also spend up to 40,000 rubles. for purchases in the online store In order to increase the limit and be able to withdraw money from the card through SBP, you need to fill out a short form on the website and log in through State Services.

If the money transfer has not been paid to the card, it can be collected in cash at any Korona service point. The storage period for unpaid transfers is 3 years.