Nowadays, payments "disappear" very rarely, and even if the code is incorrect; your money will be returned after a while.
Electronic payments are becoming more and more popular every day, and with it, the number of available methods. Now, besides traditional banks, you can send money via various digital banks, electronic wallets, and money transfer services.
However, one thing does not change: when transferring money electronically to another wallet, account or institution, several identification numbers are required. One of them is the account to which we want to transfer money. Besides that, international payments also require the SWIFT code of the payment institution. But what is a SWIFT code and why pay attention to it?