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What reference should I use when transferring funds by SWIFT transfer?

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There are two ways to fund an international currency EasyEquities account:  

Directly into the account via a SWIFT transfer   


By funding your ZAR account and then doing an inter-account transfer to the account using EasyFX.  

Read more about funding your different accounts here.    


Whenever you make a deposit directly into an EasyEquities account, you’re going to need to use your EE EFT reference so that we can identify who you are in order to allocate your deposit. This is the EE-xxxxxx reference displayed on the deposits page of the respective account you want to fund.

Each account type that you have on the EasyEquities platform (Eg: TFSA, ZAR, RA etc), has its own unique reference number.  

Here is how to find it:  

  1. Make sure you have the correct account selected. 
  2. Navigate to the top left hand stacked menu and select Deposits
  3. You’ll find your reference number under the heading EFT Reference 

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