WebMoney and Yandex.Money: not again, but again

    From today, the long-awaited direct exchange between the leading payment systems WebMoney and Yandex.Money has earned . Now for those who want to exchange one for the other, there is no need to reach with your left foot to the right ear and perform similar complex and unreliable manipulations. More details under the cut.

    Exchange works according to a new algorithm, it is available only to trusted users of both systems. That is, those customers who have received a formal certificate (or higher) in WebMoney and identified in Yandex.Money can exchange funds. An indispensable rule of exchange: a person who transfers money from one payment system to another must be the same person. Roughly speaking, money can be transferred only to oneself, and not to anyone else.

    How does the binding itself go? Go to the website of one of the payment systems ( banks.webmoney.ru or money.yandex.ru ), perform a series of sequential actions - log in, specify the WebMoney ruble wallet number and Yandex.Money account, get a special code with which you confirm the link to payment system sites. After that, payment systems check your passport data in order to make sure that the sender and the recipient of money are one and the same person.

    After establishing a direct gateway, funds from Yandex.Money to WebMoney and vice versa can be transferred instantly and safely. To simplify the work in the WebMoney Keeper client application and in the Yandex.Money user interface, you will automatically see icons for a quick exchange of funds. A commission of 4.5% of the amount transferred to one or the other side is charged for an exchange operation.

    As for the exchange points. Since the exchange and withdrawal of funds in favor of third parties is prohibited in the WebMoney system, in the case of exchanging WebMoney for Yandex.Money, exchange offices will play the role of an intermediary. Those. using a special interface, they will be able to exchange electronic money as before, but only to a verified user from his account in one system, to his own account in another system.

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