Swift MT 103 for sale - only serious

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Since: Nov 11

Prague, Czech Republic

#1 Nov 22, 2011
Swift MT103 will be issued from correspondent account of Sberbank in Deutsche Bank.

Swift is 100% cash backed, automatical, electronical ,valid for 2 months, or 3 months or 1 year, confirmable.

Sum of swift will be according your request, from 50 mil. EUR as minimum.(100mil. EUR is optimum).

Procedure:
1.LOI,
2.Contract signing,
3.SWIFT MT 103 sending,
4.payment within 2-3 days after obtaining and verification of MT103.

For making clear you will obtained confirmed payment instrument, not money. Money will be blocked all time in the issuing bank.

Price - a hearing according to the maturity and the amount of money.

We are interested in only a solid net profit cooperation and trade.

If you are interested send me an email to: artemisgold5@gmail.com or send me a message on Topix web page.

Since: Jul 11

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#2 Nov 22, 2011
Are you kidding us? Do you have ANY idea what a SWIFT MT 103 is?

Your post shows you DON'T HAVE A CLUE!
PROXIMA-Tim wrote:
Swift MT103 will be issued from correspondent account of Sberbank in Deutsche Bank.
Swift is 100% cash backed, automatical, electronical ,valid for 2 months, or 3 months or 1 year, confirmable.
Sum of swift will be according your request, from 50 mil. EUR as minimum.(100mil. EUR is optimum).
Procedure:
1.LOI,
2.Contract signing,
3.SWIFT MT 103 sending,
4.payment within 2-3 days after obtaining and verification of MT103.
For making clear you will obtained confirmed payment instrument, not money. Money will be blocked all time in the issuing bank.
Price - a hearing according to the maturity and the amount of money.
We are interested in only a solid net profit cooperation and trade.
If you are interested send me an email to: artemisgold5@gmail.com or send me a message on Topix web page.

Since: Nov 11

Prague, Czech Republic

#3 Nov 22, 2011
David Cheever wrote:
Are you kidding us? Do you have ANY idea what a SWIFT MT 103 is?
Your post shows you DON'T HAVE A CLUE!
<quoted text>
Dear sir I know very well what is SWIFT MT 103.
I do not know whether you guessed it.
I do not know where you get the no longer used by us in Europe is a common method of payment for delivered goods!

If you are not interested, do not write! No one is forcing

Since: Jul 11

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#4 Nov 22, 2011
Thank you for bringing to my attention that no one is forcing me. I just enjoy correcting jokers about their errors.

1. MT 103 is no longer used. It has been replaced by another SWIFT message type (MT).

2. When was the last time you actually contacted a bank regarding payment modes? My best is: not recently.

3. If you send money to someone, how on earth you can place a hold on that payment? Once the funds are received onto someone else's bank account, the money is theirs! Period.

I can go on but...why waste my time. I hate being force to help others when the recipient refuses my help.
PROXIMA-Tim wrote:
<quoted text>
Dear sir I know very well what is SWIFT MT 103.
I do not know whether you guessed it.
I do not know where you get the no longer used by us in Europe is a common method of payment for delivered goods!
If you are not interested, do not write! No one is forcing

Since: Nov 10

United States

#5 Nov 22, 2011
This guy has not accomplished a thing in his life...outside of insulting everybody and thinks "we" need his "help" Demented guy has a God complex. STAY AWAY.. HE HAS NEVER EVER ANYWHERE SPOKEN SPECIFICALLY ABOUT A BUYER OR SELLER

Since: Jul 11

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#6 Nov 22, 2011
peteme wrote:
This guy has not accomplished a thing in his life...outside of insulting everybody and thinks "we" need his "help" Demented guy has a God complex. STAY AWAY.. HE HAS NEVER EVER ANYWHERE SPOKEN SPECIFICALLY ABOUT A BUYER OR SELLER
Our forum's fool has spoken again.
hi there

Reynoldsburg, OH

#7 Jan 5, 2012
You are correct MT 103 are no longer used by banks to send out the text with it. If any says they can issue out a MT 103 One way or Two way the instruments are fake.
1) Roger Wilson out of UK or Spain
2) Don Jose Louis out of Spain
3) Christian Vargas out of Venezuela and Richard Gordan UK
4) Justice S.(sunny) IBE out of Togo and Ghana

ISSUE FAKE INSTRUMENTS

Since: Jul 10

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#8 Jan 5, 2012
MT103 is exclusively used as a single payment process.

SWIFT MT103 = T/T payment = Telegraphic Transfer = wire /swift transfer.

MT 103 is the cheapest and fastest legal method of remitting money through any bank that is a member of SWIFT network.... Similar to MoneyGram/Western Union ... Once sent, it is gone!

No such thing as 2-way MT103 !, or for that matter Conditional SWIFT 103!

Since: Dec 11

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#9 Jan 5, 2012
MT 103 is being replaced by MT 101.

Some banks are also including MT 202 COV as part of the transfer.

Since: Jul 10

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#10 Jan 7, 2012
SWIFT SWIFT MT101:-
is for corporate customer and multiple of nature.
piggy-back transfer of sort

SWIFT MT103:-
is for inter-bank single payment where the debtor is a client of the bank, and have the funds to initiate payment

There is a migration, but not a replacement
Tariq Abdul hadi

Amman, Jordan

#11 Jan 8, 2012
i am intresting , send to me the details to (tariqabdulhadi@yahoo.com)
Tariq Abdul hadi

Amman, Jordan

#13 Jan 10, 2012
i sent to you several emails to proceed but you didnt get back to me????
i am waiting your response please.
thanks
Fernandez

Welwyn Garden City, UK

#18 Jan 16, 2012
I have direct contact to beneficiary who need a loan for trading. He have credit line facilities to handle 1b conviently. If you have a good deal feel free to send your verbiage and let see how we can proceed.

Homefenandez at yahoo dot com.

Thank you.
Nadeem

Liverpool, UK

#24 Jul 2, 2012
Dear sirs,
Let me put everyone clear on the MT103 issues, this is a payment message, and if a MT103 is issued then that means that payment has been sent, but let me tell you this aswell, if you try to send mt to a savings or a normal current account, then the mt will will not be accepted, but if you have a co operate account, then you can recieve MT103 . There is no such thing as MT103/23, conditional MT103, as this was abolished in sept 2009 in many banks.

If you have a credit line available in your bank, i might be able to help you, or if you have genuine business requirements then please do not hesitate to write to me on:

Nadeem@getl.co

And I will be more than happy to help facilitate your needs.
FoolMeNot

Germany

#25 Jul 2, 2012
Nadeem Ahmed,

You are spouting nonsense!

Anyone can receive MT103, private or corporate, saving or current account. National or International transfer. There is ABSOLUTELY NO RESTRICTION nor LIMITATION.

Conditional MT103 NEVER EXISTED! Except in the broker daydreamer world!

Since: Jul 11

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#26 Jul 2, 2012
FoolMeNot wrote:
Nadeem Ahmed,
You are spouting nonsense!
Anyone can receive MT103, private or corporate, saving or current account. National or International transfer. There is ABSOLUTELY NO RESTRICTION nor LIMITATION.
Conditional MT103 NEVER EXISTED! Except in the broker daydreamer world!
I disagree with you (regarding your comment that a conditional money never existed).

The banking system HAD this feature with the SWIFT MT103/F23. It was mostly used when party "A" agreed to pay to party "B" certain amount of money, IF certain condition was met. Function 23 would mention the condition party "B" had to honor and once honored, he would be paid. THE PROBLEM was: Most bankers are processing way too many transactions during their business day and wouldn't read or notice the "conditions" (F23) on the release of funds, and they would simply release it. Causing major problems between party A & B. Now you know why it was removed from the SWIFT system.

Therefore, I wouldn't go on saying that it never existed.

For educational purposes, visit : www.swift.com and check their codes. You will be amazed how much learning is required by all SWIFT members and operators.
Jan Kies

Hamburg, Germany

#27 Jul 2, 2012
there is no MT103/23 Conditional, but MT103 (usually with Field 23B - bank operation - mandatory codeword CRED), Field 23E - Instruction Code - is where the remitting bank (at the request of the remitter) puts in instructions code instructing the beneficiary's bank how to effect the payment.
MT 103 in Field 23E specifies an instruction which must contain barely one of the following SWIFT - STD (Straight Through Processing) Optional/Conditional just four digits SWIFT -STD accepted codeword:

SDVA: Payment must be executed with same day value to the beneficiary.
INTC: The payment is an intra-company payment, i.e., a payment between two companies belonging to the same group.
REPA: Payment has a related e-Payments reference.
CORT Payment is made in settlement of a trade, e.g., foreign exchange deal, securities transaction.
BONL: Payment is to be made to the beneficiary customer only.
HOLD: Beneficiary customer/claimant will call; pay upon identification.
CHQB: Pay beneficiary customer only by cheque. The optional account number line in field 59 must not be used.
PHOB: Please advise/contact beneficiary/claimant by phone.
TELB: Please advise/contact beneficiary/claimant by the most efficient means of telecommunication.
PHON: Please advise account with institution by phone.
TELE: Please advise account with institution by the most efficient means of telecommunication.
PHOI: Please advise the intermediary institution by phone.
TELI: Please advise the intermediary institution by the most efficient means of telecommunication

. A so called "MT103/23 conditional payment" is a format which would not be recognised by banks.
You cannot send an MT103 with a condition that the beneficiary's bank must receive, say presentation evidencing of certain advisable documents detailed in Field 23E - from the beneficiary before crediting his account.
Such any other message (except merely SWIFT - STD four digits codes) stated by Field 23E will be rejected by the remitting bank, and if sent in Field 23 (which allows for only a few standard codes described above) will be rejected and ignored by the beneficiary's bank who will credit the beneficiary's account anyway.

It must be understood that other such messages are not governed by any ICC or SWIFT - STD provisions, and the manual intervention required under the "CONDITIONAL PAYMENT" flag would affect the "Straight Through Processing" (STP) function of the SWIFT MT103 message.
It is unlikely that the - SWIFT payment department - of a bank would wish to involve itself in an area for which it is not qualified, in determining the integrity of the underlying documents, and thereby lift the condition to pay the recipient.

Since: Jul 11

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#28 Jul 2, 2012
Like I suggested. Visit : www.swift.com and on the top right side of the site, enter MT103 and click "search."

You will see a "pdf" document consisting of 251 pages. If you want to see what a bank must do to transfer funds, this is the document you wish to read. Any other source is worthless.
peter tucker

Lansing, MI

#29 Jul 2, 2012
As usual...absolute horse droppings

Since: Jul 11

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#30 Jul 2, 2012
peter tucker wrote:
As usual...absolute horse droppings
For someone who could not make any money printing business cards, you should just sit on the side lines and observe how things are done in the real world.

Everything you touch turns into shit.

With your luck, if you went into the funeral business, people will stop dying.

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