Virement bancaire en France
Thread poster: Solonis

Solonis
English to French
Jun 9, 2005

Bonjour,
Je dois facturer un client français et désire recevoir un virement de sa part sur mon compte en France. Quelles sont les coordonnées bancaires à lui communiquer ?
Le IBAN et le BIC sont nécessaires ou est-ce seulement pour les virements internationaux ?
Merci.

Solène


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Claudia Iglesias  Identity Verified
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Absolument Jun 9, 2005

Oui, ton IBAN est nécessaire et le SWIFT je ne sais pas mais ça ne peut pas faire de mal.
En France l'Iban a 27 chiffres.

Claudia


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Claire Bourneton-Gerlach  Identity Verified
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Un ban pour Claudia :-) Jun 9, 2005

Claudia Iglesias wrote:

ça ne peut pas faire de mal.



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xxxsarahl
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Un RIB Jun 9, 2005

Toutes les infos sont sur ton RIB, RIP ou RICE, il suffit de le faxer à ton client ou de le lui envoyer par la poste.

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