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Bank Mandiri Code and how to transfer from other banks

Acting to facilitate the process of interbank transactions, all banks in Indonesia have certain different codes.   It also contains  a Mandiri bank code that is often used by customers for transactions.   So that when you are going to transfer to another bank account, just use the  code.

In addition to ATMs, when transactions via m-banking or SMS-bank also require this code.   Where in generalyes consists of 3 elevator digits, tinto also on bank Mandiri.   In addition to informing the code, we will also  provide an overview of transfers to Mandiri from BRI, BCA and GNI.

Here is the code for Bank Mandiri, required when Inter-Bank Transactions

Just like the others, both codes on the Mandiri banks also consist  of 3 elevators.   On Mandiri itself the code is 008.   So, when kamu wants to transfer from another bank, it is mandatory to add 3 digits of the number at the  beginning of the destination account.

Sometimes the question arises, so what if you do not add the Mandiri bank code.  If that happens, the money transfer between banks cannot happen automatically. This means that the use of the three numbers must be made if  the destination account is different from the account belonging to kamu.

We will also  give tips when you do not know the bank code when using an ATM.   You don’t have to worry, because ATMs also include the entire bank code.   So when you don’t know, you can also look for it directly through an ATM  .  But you can search for it on the  search page if you want to be quick.

How to transfer to Mandiri from BRI, do not forget to use the code

The methods that can  be used to make a transfer from Mandiri bank to BRI are as follows:

  1. Insert card

We will give the first example, namely cash transfer from BRI to Mandiri through ATMs. The first step  is of course as usual, which is to  insert the card into the BRI ATM first.   Make sure that the position is correct, that is, the BRI logo is in the lower right corner.   Then select the desired language.

  1. Fill in the PIN and select the transaction type

The next step  is to fill in the card PIN.   Do not forget to cover it when filling, can use another hand to close it.   If successful, select the “Other Transactions” menu.   Then select the transaction type “Transfer” on  the newly displayed menu display.

  1. Choose a bank and fill in the Mandiri destination number

Now it’s time to choose the destination bank.   Press the button that sets the option “Other banks”.   Now, you can  write down the Mandiri bank code first at  the beginning of the destination account.   That is, write down the number 008 and then add it with the  Mandiri account number you want to go to.

  1. Nominal content

Next, fill in how much nominal rupiah you want to send.  If the nominal is correct, select the “Correct” menu.   Later, if there is no reference number, you  can  skip this stage. Once the ATM  shows the payment confirmation details and it is correct,   you just need to click on the “YES” option.

  1. Transaction completed, save proof of transfer

You just have to wait for a  while for  the transfer process  to be processed successfully.   When the transfer receipt  comes out, we  recommend  that you keep it.   Do not forget to also select  the option  “No”.   Finally, click on the “Cancel” button on the machine so that the ATM card  comes out and can take it home.

Easy Ways to Transfer from BCA ATMs to Mandiri Accounts

In addition to how to transfer from ATM BRi, there are also ways that can be done to transfer from ATM BCA, the method is as follows:

  1. Insert card and PIN code

First, of course, insert the card into the machine.  The position should not be wrong.   To be precise, it is facing the top and to the left  of  the kamu inn the first time.   Then fill in the PIN as usual.   Don’t forget to cover it so that the  security of your  PIN is  also maintained.

  1. Select the transaction

Now you can  choose the type of transaction you want.   Select the  “Other Transactions” option. Because  it will be sent to another account, then choose “Transfer” first.   After that, just select the option “To another bank account”.   Wait until somewhere seems to fill in the account and code.

  1. Set destination account

As when trading on BRI,  you will also need to enter the  Mandiri bank code.   To be precise, add “008” at the beginning.   After that, just fill in the bank account  you want to go to to send some money.   An example of this is 008xxxxxx (destination account).

  1. Write the amount you want to send

Later, kamu just write down the amount of money you want to send.   Please note that due to inter-bank transfer, you will  be charged an additional fee.   After that, you can see the transaction details.   More precisely, the account number, the name of the recipient and the nominal one you want to send.   Click “Yes” or “OK”  to finish it.

  1. Save transaction receipts

The delivery process  is complete.   Later, just click  “Cancel” on the machine.   Don’t forget to take the card that came out and save it back.   Also keep the receipt as proof of a valid transfer.  So that if something goes wrong,  you have proof of delivery.

Transfer from GNI ATM, Enter Bank Mandiri Code before destination account

There are also ways to make a transfer from GNI ATMs by entering the  code in the Mandiri bank, including:

  1. Insert card and select language

The first process is  the same as the others, that is,  insert the card first.   Select the language you want to use, you can use Indonesian.   Don’t forget to fill in the PIN you’re using.   Always be reminded to cover it with your hands.   So that the security of the card  is always maintained.

  1. Select the desired transaction type

Then you can  select the type of transaction, namely “Transfer”. The next selected menu  is “From savings account”.   In  the transfer destination menu, click “To rec.  Other banks”. After that, you can find a list of bank codes first if you really don’t  know.

  1. Fill in the code and destination account

After that, kamu will be asked to write the destination account. Because you already know the Mandiri bank code, it means just filling it in at the beginning before the account number.   For example, fill in “008” and then fill in the destination GNI account number.   An example is 008xxxxxx (destination GNI account).

  1. Fill in the amount of money

Now it remains only to  write down how much money will be sent.   Of course, because it  is different from GNI to Mandiri, you will  be subject to additional costs.   After that, transaction details will  appear  in the form of the  name of the owner of the destination account , and the nominal money will be sent.   Click on the “Yes”  option to complete the delivery transaction.

  1. Take a card and hold proof

Finally, don’t forget to take your card.   It is enough  to  press on the graveol “Cancel” on the  machine.   Later, the card and proof receipt are issued automatically.   Surely take these two things.   Receipts can be stored for proof of valid transactions, if  problems  are detected  in the future.

As mentioned at the beginning, this Mandiri bank code will  also work when  making transactions via m-banking or SMS bank.   For example, when making a transfer via GNI m-banking. We will describe in an instant the stages.  First, of course, you log in first by filling in your user ID and MPIN.

After logging into the m bank account, select the “Transfer” menu.  Proceed by clicking on the “Interbank” option.   Now fill in the code, which is “008” added with the destination account.   Finally, write down the nominal to be sent.   Continue until the transaction is complete.   Later kamu will also get proof of transmission that can be stored.

This  is  certainly true when transferring using  other m-bank.   For example, from m-banking BRI, BCA, CIMB Niaga, and so on. Where you add a bank code  must be done if it is done from another bank.   Also applies to the use of Mandiri bank code that must be added when making transactions.

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