Time Limit for Releasing the International Transfer After Requested by Drafter

Modified on Wed, 23 Aug, 2023 at 3:34 AM

This article explains the time limit for releasing a transfer after it has been requested by the Drafter, including factors influencing the duration, processing considerations, and suggestions for ensuring efficient and timely transfer initiation.


Time plays a crucial role in ensuring smooth and efficient transactions. While Jack does not impose a specific time limit for Releasers to release funds, it is important for users to consider the potential impact of exchange rate fluctuations if the transfer is not processed promptly. Understanding these factors will help users make informed decisions and navigate the International Transfer process effectively.

The Importance of Timely Release

While there is no time limit for Releasers to release funds after a transfer is requested, it is highly recommended to process the transfer 15 minutes from the creation of transaction to secure the exchange rate and minimize the risk of fluctuations. Even though we have provided proper reminders to Releaser to process the transfer, it's more favorable if Drafter also proactively reaches out to Releaser regarding this matter. 

Timely release ensures that the recipient receives the funds without unnecessary delays, allowing for efficient business operations or fulfilling personal financial needs. By releasing the transfer promptly, you can avoid potential complications and maintain smooth communication between all parties involved in the transaction.

Exchange Rate Considerations

One crucial factor to keep in mind when delaying the release of an International Transfer is the impact of exchange rate fluctuations. Exchange rates are subject to constant changes, influenced by various economic factors and global events. If the transfer is not processed promptly, the exchange rate at the time of release may differ from the rate at the time of the initial request. This difference can result in variations in the final amount received by the recipient, potentially affecting the cost or value of the transfer. Users should consider this aspect and assess the potential impact on their specific transfer before deciding on the timing of release. By the time your transaction has not been released but the exchange rate has changed significantly, our system will cancel the transfer request automatically, and email notification will be sent to Drafter and Drafter needs to create your International Transfer from the beginning. Read here to learn more about how to create an International Transfer.

Remember, making timely and informed decisions not only guarantees efficient fund transfers but also minimizes the impact of exchange rate changes on your transactions.

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