Classmates launched international money transfers

Team Classmates reported the appearance of new features – now users can send money abroad using the internal tools of the social network. International money transfers within the social network launched in cooperation with VTB24 Bank and MasterCard.

Classmates launched international money transfers
Classmates launched international money transfers

Users Classmates from Russia can send money to users in 16 countries – Azerbaijan, Armenia, Belarus, Germany, Georgia, Israel, Italy, Kazakhstan, Latvia, Lithuania, Moldova, Romania, Uzbekistan, France, Czech Republic and Estonia. While supported transfers in rubles and MasterCard and Maestro.
To send money you will need to select a recipient from your friends list or just go to his profile and Classmates, choose a card which will be debited the money and specify the amount. To know the card number of the recipient is not required, the data will be requested automatically.
International translations are available for the web version of <url> and mobile applications on iOS and Android. Transfers are free within the framework of the promotional campaign of MasterCard, Classmates and VTB24. The minimum transfer amount is 500 rubles, a maximum of 75 thousand rubles.

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