How to make a transfer from your PostFinance account

If you want to make a foreign exchange transaction with b-sharpe, and you have a PostFinance account, you must first make a transfer from your PostFinance account to the b-sharpe account. The easiest way is to use their e-Finance service (available in Desktop and mobile version).

Prerequisites:

  • you have created your b-sharpe account (if not, click here)
  • your b-sharpe account has been validated (if not, click here to complete)
  • you have entered the recipient bank account in your client area

For simplicity, we show an example here of a transfer from a Swiss franc account to the b-sharpe Swiss franc account.

Important note

Whatever type of transfer you wish to make from your PostFinance bank account to the b-sharpe account (single transfer, or automated transfer - standing order), it is essential to indicate the following information in the transfer's "Message" field:

  • the b-sharpe client code starting with C followed by 7 digits. This code is available in your b-sharpe client area
  • your last name and first name

How the PostFinance payment interface works

PostFinance offers a simplified interface: you make a simple transfer, and at the end of the process the system offers you the option tosave the payment template for the next transactions of the same type (which saves you from having to enter the banking information (IBAN) of the recipient account each time), and to create a standing order (if you want to fully automate the payment of the amount on the b-sharpe account).

How to make a simple transfer on PostFinance e-banking

  1. Go to the home page of the PostFinance ebanking service,
  2. Click on “Transfer” then enter the b-sharpe IBAN in the "Recipient" field of the window
  3. The system will then ask you to click on "Enter domestic service payment"
This screenshot is the property of PostFinance
This screenshot is the property of PostFinance
This screenshot is the property of PostFinance
This screenshot is the property of PostFinance

On the domestic service entry page, indicate:

  • the account you would like to debit (your CHF account)
  • the b-sharpe account to be entered in the “recipient account”field. . In principle, the recipient's bank details should appear; if not, fill in the field using the information you have downloaded from your b-sharpe client area.
  • the amount to be transferred (this amount may be changed for future transfers if you use the payment template)
  • the due date (which represents the date on which you would like to send the funds).
This screenshot is the property of PostFinance
This screenshot is the property of PostFinance
  • In the “Message/Accounting text” field, add the b-sharpe client code starting with C followed by a series of 7 digits, as well as your last name and first name (by entering this information, you will speed up the processing of your foreign exchange transaction as this is fully automated).
  • Name your payment template so you will be able to find it more easily later on
  • Multiple debit attempt: by activating this option, the bank will attempt to debit your account later in the event of an insufficient balance.
  • Create a payment template: this very practical option allows you to create a reusable payment template for your future transfers.
This screenshot is the property of PostFinance
This screenshot is the property of PostFinance

How to automate a transfer from a PostFinance account to b-sharpe

To automate a transfer from a PostFinance account to the b-sharpe account:

  1. Click on "Transfer" in the main menu
  2. In the "Standing order" window, click on "Domestic" to make a transfer from a Swiss franc account to the b-sharpe Swiss franc account
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This screenshot is the property of PostFinance

Saisissez ensuite :

  1. The account to be debited (your PostFinance account in CHF)
  2. therecipient's IBAN: le compte de b-sharpe que vous trouverez dans votre espace client
  3. The amount amount that you wish to exchange and send to us
  4. Currency: indicate CHF to send Swiss francs to b-sharpe
This screenshot is the property of PostFinance
This screenshot is the property of PostFinance

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The most frequently asked questions

Our clients can therefore be assured that the exchange rate that b-sharpe applies is always only a small amount higher than the actual real time currency rate, and consequently we can offer our clients lower prices for their foreign currency transactions.

With b-sharpe, you can access more than 20 of the most common currencies: CHF, EUR, GBP, USD, CAD, etc. The full list of available currencies can be accessed on our currency converter. Is a currency that you want to process not on the list? Please contact us, we can also process other currencies on request.

You do not need to change banks to use b-sharpe. Our online currency exchange service is complementary to your usual banking system.

More specifically, whether you are an individual or a company, b-sharpe will send you an account number (IBAN) to which you must transfer the amount of money that you would like to exchange. b-sharpe can provide you with IBANs in more than 20 different currencies.

On receipt of the money in the account, b-sharpe will carry out the currency exchange, and will return the funds thus exchanged to the account that you have sent us.

Important note : b-sharpe is not a bank and does not, in fact, have the right to keep its clients' money for more than 24 hours. Upon receipt, the money transferred to our accounts is exchanged and then returned immediately.

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