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ZKB - fee for incoming international payment

Hello lifesaving forum!

I have an issue that I'm trying to solve for a couple of hours now and I think that I won't be able without some insider info

I am from EU country and want to transfer money from my local bank foreign currency (CHF) account to Zurcher Kantonalbank - UZH requires application fee 100 CHF that must be paid onto an account in ZKB.
My question is how much ZKB charges for incoming international CHF transfer. I know that in EUR it is nothing, since Switzerland is in SEPA, but I could not find any reliable info on CHF transfer..

I could not find any e-mail address to the bank, they only offer advising via phone - using it will probably make me homeless though

Anyway, if any of you guys would be able to give me some tips I'd be most grateful I know that there are maaany great people here who have knowledge and understanding of Swiss system, I read this forum for quite some time and I've found huge number of tips already

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