Transferring money to Turkey? KBC Brussels will refund all the charges

Have family or friends in Turkey who’ve been affected by the earthquake and need financial assistance? Or prefer to support a local charity there? If so, KBC Brussels will refund all transaction charges if you transfer money to Turkey between 15 February and 15 March.

How does it work?

  • Make your transfer to Turkey in the usual way, but make sure to use the ‘OUR’ cost option so that the recipient of the funds doesn’t pay any charges
  • At that point, you pay the standard transaction charges. KBC Brussels will then see to it that those charges are refunded to you within a week
  • If you’ve transferred money in the meantime, KBC Brussels will refund those charges too, as long as your transfer was made between 15 February and 15 March.

What is the situation for payments to Syria?

Due to sanctions laws, we are prohibited from making payments to Syria.

Like to make a donation to help the victims of the earthquake?

Under the name of SYRIA-TURKEY EARTHQUAKE 12-12, the members of Consortium 12-12 are launching a joint appeal on behalf of the victims, and you can do your part to help by making a donation either using the payment button in KBC Brussels Mobile or by asking Kate. Learn more.

KBC Brussels cannot be held liable for any delays in the execution of payment orders or for the failure of money to reach the beneficiary.