Paysera is one of the latest and most exciting fintech start-ups available in Kosovo. But how do you transfer funds to your Paysera account in Kosovo?
The Central Bank of Kosovo has given Paysera the first license of the Electronic Money Institution (EMI) in Kosovo. Paysera started operating in the Baltics 16 years ago, where the transfer rate was close to that in Kosovo today.
Thanks to the availability of the fintech start-up, Kosovo residents don’t have to pay up to 25€ or more for money transfers from the EU, while they can save even more when they transfer from Kosovo to SEPA countries via the mobile app.
Paysera is a safe and easy way to send or receive money digitally. With a Paysera account, you can transfer money quickly and easily in many different currencies across the world. It operates in the same logic as Revolut, N26, and the likes.
Transfers in Europe (SEPA) are FREE for private clients, while Paysera is certainly suitable for entrepreneurs and business users. It combines some interesting and useful features, combining a multi-currency account approach with money transfer services and a debit card.
This is certainly a suitable feature for entrepreneurs and business owners in Kosovo, who often are challenged by the lack of options to transfer funds from abroad. And when they do use bank solutions to do so, they are expensive and costly.
How to transfer funds in your Paysera account in Kosovo?
You log in to your account and you click on the top-up button as seen on the screenshot!
You click on the country list and choose Kosovo if you’re based in Kosovo. When you click on My Account Details the app shows you your bank account details which you can use to initiate an app transfer.
You can see the same details if you click by bank transfer and click on any bank. The app displays your bank account details with relevant IBAN and purpose information, which you can share with your local bank to initiate the transfer of funds or to use the same data to transfer via e-banking.
Funding your account from BE, Switerzland and Lichtenstein are free of charge. From Kosovo banks, there’s a small fee that you can check out on the website of Paysera.