Question by  KremarMonBaniago (21)

Can someone reverse a bank wire?


Answer by  brian7754 (243)

Only the receiver of the wire can reverse. The sender can ask their bank to reverse it, but the bank will only be able to negotiate with the receiving bank.

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Answer by  Karen54 (971)

Yes, you can request that a wire transfer be reversed. The bank will require that you make the request in writing, provide verification of who you are as well as specify where the funds will be taken from.


Answer by  frankylove (42)

Absolutely. You will need to contact your bank and take it up with them. If all else fails, just have the person you wired the money to wire it back.


Answer by  joebob31 (622)

Yes. The person who is transferring the money can reverse the transfer. The bank may require proof of identification. You will also want to try to reverse it as soon as possible. Check with your bank first before you transfer if you are concerned.


Answer by  cammieo (169)

Yes, someone can reverse a bank wire. The wire can either not be accepted or if the sender wants to take it back before it has been picked up some banks will allow that as well.


Answer by  xsut (943)

Generally yes, it mainly depends on which bank you have. For example, different banks are able to reverse this and others require a compelling reason and may charge a fee.


Answer by  gamergirl24 (85)

Yes, a bank wire can be reversed within 3 days of its electronic transfer under US federal banking regulations. However, if the wire was done more than three days ago, then it cannot be reversed.

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