Attention they will make EFT! The tariff is changing A fee of 1 lira for EFTs up to 1.000 lira, 2 lira if it is between 1.000-50.000 lira, and a maximum of 25 lira for 50 thousand lira and above can be charged via mobile and internet banking. However, the tariff changes after 16:00.
Bank fees and commissions were limited as of March 1. According to this; EFT fees ranging from 6 to 850 liras were limited to 1 to 100 liras. The transfer fee was half of the EFT fee determined. According to this; A person who wants to make EFT from mobile phone applications or the internet pays 1 lira up to 1.000 lira, 2 lira between 1.000-50.000 lira, 50 thousand lira and up to a maximum of 25 lira.
BITT IS INCLUDED
According to the news of Posta, within the scope of the tariff, for example; A person who makes 1,500 lira EFT pays 2 lira. 10 kurus tax (BSMV) is added to this. In other words, a total of 2.10 lira EFT fee is paid. In 1.000 lira, the total amount of EFT is 1.05 lira. However, some citizens are expressing their concerns about the increase in EFT fee in recent days. At this point, a fine detail is overlooked. That is a detail about the times during which EFT takes place.
GETS MORE THAN 50 PERCENT
If the EFT transaction is made after 16:00, this is defined as "late EFT". The late EFT time zone of each bank differs. It can be between 16.00-17.00 in some banks and between 16.00-17.15 or 16.30-17.30 in others. Those who send money between these hours pay 50 percent more than the tariff before 16:00. In other words, 1.5 lira instead of 1 lira, 3.15 lira instead of 2.10 lira, and 37.5 lira instead of 25 lira.
INCREASE IN INFLATION RATE
The difference in EFT fees is due to late EFT hours that vary depending on the bank. For this reason, check the time while making EFT and don't forget to check the EFT hours and late EFT fees of the bank you will transfer money to. Some banks do not charge EFT fees from their salaried customers. However, late EFT fee can also be collected from the paid customer. The annual increase in fees and commissions from individual customers is limited to the annual consumer price index (CPI) increase rate announced in January.
MORE ADVANTAGE THAN MOBILE
With the application valid as of March 1, if the transaction amount of EFT fee is less than 1.000 lira, it is 1 lira for regular payments through mobile banking and internet banking, 2 lira for transactions made via ATM, 5 lira for transactions made through branches and other channels. receiving.
WHAT TO DO IF YOU BUY MORE MONEY?
If you have a complaint about bank transactions, you must first make an application to the bank, e-mail, fax, written application or verbally. You must also create a registered and certified complaint petition for this complaint. Thus, after sending your complaint to the bank, the bank will have to reply you within 30 days.
Otherwise, it is deemed to have accepted its error. The district grievance arbitration is not resolved within 30 days and you can refer to the Banks Association of Turkey arbitral tribunal eGovernment password. Again to the Banking Regulation and Supervision Agency (BRSA) ‘https: // ebulten.bddk.org.tr/esikayet/�%8