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English translation: A message sent from a specific telex # or fax # that previously received a request from the bank and successfully replied to it.

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English term or phrase:Tested message
English translation:A message sent from a specific telex # or fax # that previously received a request from the bank and successfully replied to it.
Entered by: Victor Potapov
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08:07 Feb 22, 2006
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Bus/Financial - Finance (general) / Bank guarantee
English term or phrase: Tested message
Any claim must be addressed though a first rate bank .... together with the bank's confirmation that the signatures are legally binding upon your firm, or by *** tested message*** to the attention of International Guarantees Dept.

What does "tested message" mean?
Official, authenticated?

Thanks in advance!
Empty Whiskey Glass
Local time: 13:23
yes, authenticated/verified (more below)
Explanation:
An example of tested message is: Client sends message to his/her bank. Previously the bank had sent its message (fax/telex etc.) to the client's address (telex address or fax machine phone number, etc.) requesting reply. After receipt of that reply the source (telex address of the Client or the fax machine's phone number) is considered to be "tested" and messages from that address are accepted.

In summary: A message sent from a specific source (e.g. telex or fax machine) that previously received a request from the bank (recepient) and successfully replied to it.


Tested message/source concept does not involve any encryption/decoding or any other types of verification/authentification. Thus it is often used in combination with the above (e.g. encryption).

Hope this helps.
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Victor Potapov
Russian Federation
Local time: 13:23
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tested message
yes, authenticated/verified (more below)


Explanation:
An example of tested message is: Client sends message to his/her bank. Previously the bank had sent its message (fax/telex etc.) to the client's address (telex address or fax machine phone number, etc.) requesting reply. After receipt of that reply the source (telex address of the Client or the fax machine's phone number) is considered to be "tested" and messages from that address are accepted.

In summary: A message sent from a specific source (e.g. telex or fax machine) that previously received a request from the bank (recepient) and successfully replied to it.


Tested message/source concept does not involve any encryption/decoding or any other types of verification/authentification. Thus it is often used in combination with the above (e.g. encryption).

Hope this helps.

Victor Potapov
Russian Federation
Local time: 13:23
Specializes in field
Native speaker of: Native in RussianRussian
PRO pts in category: 39
Grading comment
Thanks!

Peer comments on this answer (and responses from the answerer)
agree  conejo: Sounds feasible.
9 hrs
  -> Thanks - in fact, this term was used (and its meaning was confirmed to me) during my work with JP Morgan and SWIFT offices in Russia (we use a similar concept here). :-)

agree  ugrankar
17 hrs
  -> Thanks !
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