An IBAN, or International Bank Account Number is an international standard code for identifying bank accounts used primarily in Europe. It is comprised of the country code, bank code, account ID and routing code. If you are unsure what your IBAN is we recommend contacting your banking institution for more info as everyone's code will be different.
Once your Unikrn account has passed the verification stage you will be prompted to submit your IBAN (either in your notifications menu or on the "Withdraw Cash" tab in My Account). You are required to enter both the code, and also submit a document to prove ownership of the account (We recommend a bank statement from the last 6 months). Our team will then review the submission and if there are any issues with it we will contact you with more information.
If you require your IBAN to be changed please contact us with the new details.