What is an MT103

An MT103 is a standardized SWIFT payment message used specifically for cross border/international wire transfers

MT103 is a kind of swift payment message that is used by many banks globally to initiate a bank transfer into any beneficiary account

MT103s are globally accepted as proofs of payment and include all payment details such as… date, amount, currency, sender and recipient

At HackCanyon we make do with the best swift messages to push out payments to all beneficiary banks.

All banks and financial operational institutions which makes payment via a SWIFT will have an MT103 for every payment initiated an also processed,

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But most of them are securely protected enough as not to let you have them or make use of them by yourself.

At HackCanyon transparency has always been our major concern to all our users this is why we provide MT103 to all our subscribed users

We also made this possible to use when using MT103 to make traces on all transaction an keep them tracked an which is why we have followed up with one of the most recently methods of tracking and keeping eyes on your transaction which is randomly called the SWIFT GPI

What is Swift GPI

SWIFT GPI (GPI stands for Global Payments Innovation) is a new initiative from SWIFT and was developed to improve the experience of making a payment via the SWIFT network for both customers and banks.

SWIFT gpi combines the traditional SWIFT messaging and banking system with a new set of rules

How does a Swift GPI work?

SWIFT GPI uses real-time tracking, end-to-end view of payments appreciations to the unique tracking codes which will enable a notification lifecycle of the settlement i.e. you will know when the payment has reached its destination.

If you require further assistance on how you can do this or keep tracks on your payment you can always do well to hit the button below for support from our support team.

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