The payer in Russia must have at his disposal the appropriate amount of cash . For their part, the recipient of funds must have a wallet inside the payment system they have chosen for the transaction. With his funds, the payer comes to the terminal, where you can deposit funds to the wallet in this electronic payment system.
An alternative option is to contact a salon, such as Euroset or Svyaznoy. Then, at one of these points, the on existing mobile number list have payer sends funds to the recipient's wallet. He, for his part, when the funds arrived, withdraws them to his bank account, eventually receiving on the card, for example, Privatbank. In other words, money transfers to Ukraine from Russia today are possible not only in other ways, but also directly through the payment system, although this is formally prohibited.
Of course, there is a downside to this detour. It lies in the fact that when performing actions to overcome the imposed ban, the parties pay a commission for such actions. In this case, it will be quite large, since at first, when the payer transfers funds to an online wallet, he will have to pay, and then the commission will be removed from the recipient for withdrawing funds. As a result, the amount of such a commission when transferring to Ukraine through the same Yandex.Money can reach up to 7% of the total amount.
Transfer to a bank card located in Ukraine
Currently, it is quite possible to receive funds to cards of Russian banks in Ukrainian ATMs. As a result, a completely affordable option is to first issue such a bank card in Russia and then transport it to Ukraine.