Transferring Israeli Shekels to Union Bank of Israel is easy, convenient and budget friendly when you use Xendpay. You will get a great Israeli Shekel exchange rate when you transfer ILS with us and will be able to make money transfers conveniently online, 24/7 at a low transfer fee.
The Union Bank of Israel Ltd is a Israeli bank which is more commonly known by its Hebrew name, Bank Igud. It is the sixth largest bank in Israel and has around thirty branches spanning the area of the country.
|Bank name:||Union Bank of Israel Ltd|
P.O.B. 2428, 6-8 Achuzat Bait St, Tel Aviv 61024
Are you looking to transfer ILS to family or a friend with a Union Bank of Israel account? Or do you want to transfer Israeli Shekel to make property payments? Whatever the reason you will need to find a cheap and simple way to transfer your money.
An ideal solution when you need to transfer money to Union Bank of Israel is to make your money transfer with Xendpay as we offer inexpensive, secure and convenient transfers.
A major benefit of transferring money via Xendpay is that you will be making secure money transfers. Xendpay ensures the utmost security for all users on their website by utilising the latest online security protocols and using high-level encryption on all sensitive information.
Whats more, Xendpay enables you to transfer money online 24/7, from any location. Your funds will be directly transferred to Union Bank of Israel – you will need to credit our client account with the funds you wish to send either by making a bank transfer or via a debit or credit card payment.
And most importantly money transfers with Xendpay reduce the costs of transferring money as we do not charge large transfer fees and give you a great exchange rate for the Israeli Shekel.
Union Bank of Israel, like all banks, may sometimes refuse to accept payments from some or all third parties. Under these circumstances we will return the money to the client once it has been returned to RationalFX, less any SWIFT and third-party transfer costs and foreign exchange losses incurred.