@joeyh I have been using liberapay to tip you for the last few months.
Seeing you asking this question makes me wonder if this is the best way to send you money.
What do you prefer, which service is giving you the biggest cut?
Part of my confusion is I don't know if the transfer would come from outside the US, or if Liberapay's payment processor operates inside the US.
Wells Fargo has a SWIFT code for incoming international wires, but Liberapay does not seem to allow entering a SWIFT code for US withdrawals. And its form for an IBAN transfer doesn't let me select my country.
@joeyh We're going to modify the form so you'll be able to try with the SWIFT code: https://github.com/liberapay/liberapay.com/pull/1096
(And yes, Wells Fargo is approximately the most evil bank ever; I'd drop their account in a hot second if I could wire non-internationally to my local home town bank.)
Update on this, I tried the withdrawal to Wells Fargo's SWIFT; it was rejected with "please contact our Finance Team", which sounds like a Wells Fargo kind of thing to say, so I think that @Liberapay's changes are working to some extent.
Still yet to see the money. I'll go talk to the Wells Fargo international transfers division now, ugh.
Wells Fargo bank can only accept transfers of USD to their SWIFT.
To transfer Euro to them, it has to go via an intermediary bank (Deutschebank), with the beneficiary bank and their SWIFT, and my account name and account number all included in the transfer instructions.
I also tried Transferwise; to send Euros to my account there, the transfer has to include a reference number that they provide.
No way to do any of that with the #Liberapay form, so my EUR is stuck currently.