If you're sending a bank transfer to Peru, you'll need to provide accurate details of your recipient to avoid the transfer being rejected.
Required information for bank transfers to Peru
Incorrectly adding your recipient's ID type or Bank account type are common reasons that bank transfers to Peru are rejected.
ID type: During the sending process, you'll be asked to provide your recipient's ID number and choose the ID type from a drop-down list. It's important to check what ID type your recipient is using, and correctly choose that ID type from the list.
Bank account type: You will also be asked about the type of bank account you are sending to. Check with your recipient to clarify if you'll be sending to a Cuenta Corriente (checking) or Caja de Ahorros (savings) bank account. Select the correct type within the Ria app or website.
Bank Account Number: You will be asked to provide your beneficiary account number. This is called a CCI Código de Cuenta Interbancario, and has 20 digits.
You can check the CCI at https://www.viabcp.com/conoce-tu-cci or in the destination bank's website.
Find Banco de la Nación CCI numbers here: https://bancaporinternet.bn.com.pe/CCIConsulta/consulta.do
Correctly adding your recipient's ID and bank account type will greatly improve your chances of sending a transfer successfully. Happy sending!