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How to withdraw money from Twisto? Now that's not a problem, use Twisto Cash

A new service has appeared in the Twisto offer - Twisto Cash. Thanks to it, customers will be able to transfer funds from the limit granted to them by fintech directly to their own bank account, which means that they can then be withdrawn from e.g. an ATM. Using the service does not involve additional costs.

How to choose the Twisto Cash option (withdraw money from Twisto)

In the "More" section, select the Twisto Cash option. Set the amount you want to transfer to the account with the slider, and then confirm. This amount will appear on your monthly expense statement. The customer can pay it off at the end of the month or spread it in installments.

Most importantly, it does not involve any additional fees, which is a real surprise, because banks often charge considerable fees for a similar operation - for example, PKO BP 4% commission (not less than PLN 15), Santander 4% (minimum PLN 10), mBank 7% (minimum PLN 6), a ING Bank Śląski 2% (minimum PLN 5).

For now, the novelty is available to selected customers of the company.

If the Twisto Cash option is not available to you yet and you need to withdraw money from the granted limit, you can do so. There is a way to withdraw money, write a comment and I will describe the procedure.

What is Twisto?

Twisto is a Czech fintech specializing in deferred payments. Recently, Twisto also boasted several other amenities for its clients, incl. extended the possible deferral period for unregistered customers to 30 days, and introduced changes to the application, thanks to which users can more easily analyze their expenses and check where and from whom they bought a given product.

If you don't have Twisto yet and you need money, don't wait and create an account now. The process only takes a few minutes.

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