Certified funds

Croatian translation: sredstva s osiguranim pokrićem / pokrićem namire

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English term or phrase:Certified funds
Croatian translation:sredstva s osiguranim pokrićem / pokrićem namire
Entered by: PurpleV

16:07 Jan 12, 2017
English to Croatian translations [PRO]
Bus/Financial - Finance (general) / Stručna bankarska terminologija
English term or phrase: Certified funds
Treba mi egzaktan hrvatski termin da znam kako reći banci što mi točno treba. Dakle izričito termin koje banke koriste.
PurpleV
sredstva s osiguranim pokrićem / pokrićem namire
Explanation:
s obzirom na ono što bi uključivao EN izraz, na HR može postojati više sličnih izraza, ali mislim da bi banka iz ovako nečega jasno shvatila (a vjerojatno i sama sugerirala deviznu doznaku kao najpogodniji način plaćanja)
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Kolumbina Benčević Tomljanović
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4sredstva s osiguranim pokrićem / pokrićem namire
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certified funds
Kolumbina Benčević Tomljanović
certified funds
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certified funds
sredstva s osiguranim pokrićem / pokrićem namire


Explanation:
s obzirom na ono što bi uključivao EN izraz, na HR može postojati više sličnih izraza, ali mislim da bi banka iz ovako nečega jasno shvatila (a vjerojatno i sama sugerirala deviznu doznaku kao najpogodniji način plaćanja)

Kolumbina Benčević Tomljanović
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Reference: certified funds

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Certified Funds are a form of payment that is guaranteed to clear or settle by the company certifying the funds.

When making certain types of transactions, such as purchasing real property, motor vehicles and other items that require title, the seller usually requires a guarantee that the payment method used will satisfy the obligations. To do this, the seller will require certified funds, usually in the form of:

- money order (usually with proper identification) - u našem slučaju bank. doznaka s računa
- certified bank check
- cashier's check
- traveler's check (usually with proper identification)

Specifically, personal checks are not allowed, as the account may not have sufficient funds, and credit cards are not allowed, as the transaction may later be disputed or reversed.

Kolumbina Benčević Tomljanović
Croatia
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Native speaker of: Native in CroatianCroatian
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agree  Daryo
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Reference: certified funds

Reference information:
obezbjeđena (osigurana) sredstva, plaćanje sa obezbjeđenim (osiguranim) pokrićem

Colaris
Serbia
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agree  Daryo: načini plaćanja sa obezbjeđenim (osiguranim) pokrićem
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agree  LogosART
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agree  A.Đapo
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