Dealings with unauthorised money remitters (both individuals and establishments), who affect money transfers overseas through telegraphic transfers, pre-signed and post-dated cheques, cash invoices, and so on, can also lead to fraud.
What does T/T stand for?
T/T stands for Telegraphic Transfer
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Dealings with unauthorized Money Remitters (both individuals and establishments) who affect money transferring overseas through the means of Telegraphic Transfers, Pre-signed and post-dated cheques, Cash Invoices, etc.
The Secretary Finance informed the Prime Minister that his ministry had released Rs 3 billion to pick up the transfer charges involved in the telegraphic transfer of money and would also release another Rs 2 billion on this account, which would provide comfort to the State Bank of Pakistan.
5 million rupees was also sent to Shahbaz Sharif through Telegraphic Transfer (TT) on September 27, 1993.
Access will be granted to the account holders in the field of trade finance solutions, investment services and preferential rates on term deposits, foreign exchange rates, outward telegraphic transfers and payroll rates.
Customers of the SME Business Essentials Account will need to maintain an average monthly balance of AED500,000 and will get access to trade finance solutions, investment services and preferential rates on term deposits, foreign exchange rates, outward telegraphic transfers and payroll rates.
Clive Haswell, Standard Chartered's chief information officer for the Middle East, North Africa and Pakistan, clarified that, as instructed by the Central Bank, salary payments without IBAN will continue to be accepted until February 17, 2012, if funds are paid through telegraphic transfers, and until April 13, 2012, if funds are paid through WPS.