Off topic: E-mail notification and protocols regarding the fund transfers - What are pros and cons?
Thread poster: VIBOL KEO

VIBOL KEO  Identity Verified
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Member (2009)
English to Khmer (Central)
Jun 24, 2008

Hi everybody!

I hope you are doing as well as usual. What I would like to learn more today is about the fund transfer protocol.

When it comes to saying about the money transfer or receiving general payments there are many options or methods to be considered as well as online payment, bank transfer, MG, WU and so on.

So far, I have experienced receiving payments via a number of options. Receving the payments via bank transfer I have observed that some source banks notify me about the bank advice. Some others do not do that. However, as you are also aware that receiving payments online we are automatically notified about the money we are paid off or sent. But it is strange that I recently have received the payment via Moneybookers from a clients of mine with an amount of about US$15.00 without any email notification from Moneybookers.com. This is why I wonder whether anyone used to find such an issue.

In general, I also wonder if anyone can tell me what the pros and cons regarding the fund transfer so I will be able to have learned more about this.

Thanks and Kind regards,




[Edited at 2008-06-24 11:36]


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