Your IBAN is your account number, but with more power. It has 24 numbers and starts with ES. To see it, open the app, then to your profile and click on your name.
Is there any limitation to having a Spanish IBAN?
To date, these are the banks and "cajas" from which Rebellion has received and to which Rebellion has sent transfers:
ABANCA CORPORACION BANCARIA
BANCO BILBAO VIZCAYA ARGENTARIA
BANCO DE CAJA ESPAÑA DE INVERSIONES
BANCO DE ESPAÑA
BANCO DE SABADELL
BANCO MARE NOSTRUM
BANCO POPULAR ESPAÑOL
CAIXA DE CREDIT DELS ENGINYERS
CAJA DE AHORROS Y MONTE DE PIEDAD DE ONTINYENT
CAJA DE ARQUITECTOS
CAJA LABORAL POPULAR C.C.
CAJA RURAL CASTILLA-LA MANCHA
CAJAMAR CAJA RURAL
DEUTSCHE BANK S.A.E.
EBN BANCO DE NEGOCIOS
ING BANK N.V.
OPEN BANK S.A.
RENTA 4 BANCO
SELF TRADE BANK
Having said that, it is important to highlight that transfers to your Spanish IBAN will work without problem with all banks operating in the Single Euro Payments Area but there is one exception: some "cajas rurales".
If you make a transfer from Rebellion to one of these, the transfer will be blocked and you will receive the money back in your account after several days.
If someone tries to send you a transfer to your Rebellion account with the Spanish IBAN from one of these exceptions, she/he will get an error warning that your IBAN does not exist. We are sorry for the inconvenience, we work hard to fix this.
Do I still have to use the BIC / SWIFT code for transfers?
We detect the BIC / SWIFT code automatically after you enter the IBAN, so do not worry.
For incoming transfers, it will only be necessary to add this code when the transfer is made from a non-Spanish IBAN.
What about the direct debit of my payments?
Not only can you deposit your payslip or student scholarship but also you can set direct debits for your bills. Find all the info in this article.