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Need to send money to a relative in another country or a child at school on the mainland? Wonder where to get an international draft or how to pay an overseas invoice?
With years of experience in wire payments, we can easily help you make payments here, on the Mainland, or abroad. You can either send a wire or an international draft.
1. Our friendly and knowledgeable branch staff will assist you with your wire transfer or international draft. See branch directory for locations where this service is available.
Please note: international wire transfer requests will only be accepted by 10 a.m., Monday thru Friday, excluding federal holidays.
2. Please provide us with the following information:
For wire transfers:
For international drafts:
3. Your Central Pacific Bank checking or savings1 account will be debited for the amount of the wire or draft and a separate wire or draft fee.
Q. Do I need an account to send a wire or purchase an international draft?
A. Yes. You must have a Central Pacific Bank checking or savings1 account to send a wire or purchase an international draft. Your account will be debited for the amount of the wire or draft and a separate wire or draft fee.
Q. How much does it cost to send a wire or purchase an international draft?
A. Fees vary dependent on the wire or draft amount and the country of the beneficiary. Contact any Central Pacific Bank branch for a Wire Transfer & Settlements Schedule of Fees.
Effective October 28, 2013, a new regulation introduced some changes to international wire transfers sent by consumers for personal or household use. CPB will provide consumers with disclosures about the cost of sending an international wire transfer and the date when the funds may be available to the recipient. The new regulation also provides consumers with the right to report certain types of errors related to their transfer.