Bank transfers are one of the most common money transfer methods. They can be either local (in your country) or international (sent to another country). There are fees associated with most international transfers, domestic transfers can be free in some cases. To send money via a wire transfer, you can create the transaction in your online banking or you can visit your bank's local branch and place the instructions there. Obviously, online banking is faster and more convenient.
When sending money, you need to know the account number, bank code and the amount you wish to transfer. For local payments it is easy. For international transfers you also need to know the bank's SWIFT code (also called BIC code). For some banks, you need to know the IBAN account number instead of the local number. The recepient will also ask you to provide the reference so that they can identify the payment more easily. This reference will most usually be your account ID, account name or just a random number that they will use for identification internally. When sending the payment, you should put this reference into the 'payment reference' field which can be also called 'message for recipient'.
Methods of deposit
You can also deposit by Paysafecard - prepaid cards that can be bought for cash in many places, most often at gas stations, newsagents and some grocery stores.