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How to Make a Transfer

‘Transfers’ section is on every page of our site. View it to transfer money using any method you like:
 

From a Yandex.Money Account

The ‘From’ field has your Wallet selected by default. You only need to select where to transfer money—to another Wallet or bank card.
Transfer to another Wallet
Specify the number of the Wallet your want to make transfer to. Besides the number you can enter the recipient's phone number or email address. Then specify amount: you will see total amount to be debited including 0.5% commission. You can enhance your transfer security by adding security code—your recipient will only be able to collect money after learning this code from you.
Nuance: if the recipient's Wallet is full, transfer won't be made. We will notify you on that, so you will be able to transfer money to a card or ask the user to complete identification—his or her Wallet limitation will increase.
Transfer to a card
Specify the card's number, recipient's email address, and amount. The commission is 3% + 45 rubles.
 

Using a Linked Card

Select the card you need in ‘From’ field. Then specify the recipient's Wallet number (Yandex.Money login or phone number will do, too). The commission is 1%.
For transfers to a card the commission differs: 1.5% (no less than 35 rubles).
Nuance: if the recipient's Wallet is full, transfer won't be made. Ask the user to complete identification—her Wallet limitation will increase.
 

Using Any Bank Card

Everyone can make transfer from bank cards, you do not need to sign up.
Select ‘With a bank card’ in ‘From’ field. Specify the card's number, expiration date, and CVC/CVV from the back of the card. Then select your transfer destination.
A couple of nuances: when making transfers between cards, you can only use Visa, MasterCard, and Maestro bank cards issued in Russia. If you make transfer to a Wallet, the list of the countries is bigger: Russia, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Estonia, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Latvia, Lithuania, Moldova, Tajikistan, Turkey, Turkmenistan, Ukraine, and Uzbekistan.
The card needs to have online payments enabled for: in this case banks usually enable additional password security (3-D Secure).
Transfer to a Wallet
Specify number of the Wallet you want to make transfer to. Besides the number you can enter the recipient's phone number or email address. Then specify amount: we will add 1% commission to it.
Nuance: if the recipient's Wallet is full, transfer won't be made. Ask the user to complete identification—her Wallet limitation will increase.
Transfer to a card
Specify the card's number, recipient's email address, and amount. If you have a Wallet, commission amounts 1.5% of the transfer amount (no less than 35 rubles). If you don't have one, the commission is 1.95% (no less than 40 rubles).
You can make up to 4 transfers a day from one card: 70,000 rubles at a time, 600,000 rubles a month. These limitations are applied to the recipient. The transfer are usually executed immediately, but in rare occurrences, you need to wait for several days.
A couple of nuances: in some cases banks may charge additional commission as for withdrawing cash. Check with the bank to learn precise commission amount.
The card needs to be allowed for paying online: in this case banks usually enable additional security (3-D Secure).
 

Who Can Be a Recipient

Any person who has a bank card, mobile phone, or email address. It does not matter whether this person has a Wallet on Yandex.
A person without a Wallet will get instructions on collecting this money. The commission applied for this case is 3%.
Nuance: if the recipient's Wallet is full, transfer won't be made. We will notify you on that, so you will be able to transfer money to a card or ask the user to complete identification—his or her Wallet limitation will increase. You cannot transfer money from a linked card to another card.
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