Business Online Wire Transfers
An easy and efficient way to send funds domestically.Request Access
Send money from the convenience of your home or office through online domestic wire transfers. Access the online wires system through your Business Online Banking profile.
Features and Benefits
- Send one-time or recurring wire transfers.
- Manage your payees within the online system.
- Save and edit templates for easy repeated wires.
- Set up and automate recurring wire payments.
- Access the wire transfer system 24/7.
- Monitor wire activity with email or text alerts.
- Security features including dual control, wire limits and two-factor authentication.
- Save time using domestic online wires vs. wires processed over the phone or in person.1
Initiate a Wire Payment
Step 2: Once set-up, sign into Business Online Banking.
Step 3: Set up at least two users in Administration > User Management who can draft and/or approve wires (required for Dual Control).2
Step 4: Wire Drafter: In the menu, select Cash Management > External Payments.
Step 5: Click, New Payment then select Domestic Wire.
Step 6: Add Payee information.
Step 7: Finalize wire draft.
Step 8: Wire approver: In the menu, select Transactions/Activity Center.
Step 9: Select Wire then click Approve and Confirm.
Secure, 24-hour access to your banking accounts, with bill payment, transfers, online deposits and more.
There is a $20 fee for an online wire transfer.
Currently, you can only send domestic wire transfers.
Refer to the BECU Business Cash Management Services Disclosure (PDF) for fee structure.
1BECU does not charge a monthly fee for these services, but an outgoing wire fee will be applied per wire. Other financial institutions that process the incoming wire may also charge a fee. BECU does not charge a fee for incoming wires or returned wires. The outgoing wire fee will post as a separate transaction and will debit from the same account that the wire is drawn from. To learn more about fees, please refer to the BECU Business Cash Management Services Disclosure (PDF).
2Dual Control is a risk mitigation feature that requires a different drafter and approver for ACH transactions.