Why choose WorldRemit?

Low cost
Low fees displayed up-front. Guaranteed exchange rates

Fast
Instant transfer to many countries. Send & receive notifications by SMS and email

Simple
24/7 service – no agents to visit. Available on computer, smartphone & tablet

Trusted
Industry-leading payment security. Rated ‘Excellent’ by our customers on Trustpilot

More ways to receive money
Choose from a range of convenient options

Bank deposit
Instant money transfer to many major banks.

Cash pickup
Available to collect within minutes at most locations.

Mobile Money
Instantly send money to a Mobile Money wallet.

Airtime top-up
Instantly recharge mobile airtime.

How do I pay for my transfer?

WorldRemit does not accept cash as a means of paying for your money transfer.

As an online business, it would be very difficult for you to physically get the money to us.
Also, for security reasons, it is important to know where money is coming from before it is sent abroad.
It is much harder to do this with cash.

Debit & credit card

You can pay for your money transfer through WorldRemit using a debit or
credit card in any of the countries where our service is available.

WorldRemit accepts Visa, Mastercard and Maestro.  When paying with a credit card you
may be charged a cash advance fee so please check with your card provider.

Bank account payment services

In several countries, WorldRemit has partnered with respected, well-established online payment
services. Barclays Pingit, SOFORT, POLI, iDeal and Interac all connect directly to your internet
banking service to offer fast, secure payments.

Instructions for using each method are provided during the payment stage of the transfer.

Your transfer will commence once WorldRemit has received the payment.

The maximum amount you can send may be lower for some countries.

Country

Transfer method

Maximum amount

Compatible with

Australia & New Zealand

POLi: use internet banking details to make payment.

Find out more about POLi here.

AUS:

$8,000

NZ:

$4,000

 

All major banks.

Austria, Belgium, Germany, Netherlands & United Kingdom

 

SOFORT: use internet banking details to make payment.

Find out more about SOFORT here.

UK:

£8,000

Others:

€5,000

 

All major banks

Canada

INTERAC:  use internet banking details to make payment.

Find out more about INTERAC here.

CA:

$1,995

 

BMO, Scotiabank
TD Canada Trust,
and RBC Royal Bank

 

Netherlands

iDEAL: use internet banking details to make payment.

Find out more about iDEAL here.

NL:

€5,000

 

All major banks

 

 

United Kingdom

Barclays Pingit:  Mobile app that works with all UK banks to enable fast payments.

Find out more about Barclays Pingit here.

UK:

£730

 

All major banks



WorldFirst is a leading foreign exchange and international transfers provider offering a fast international payments process and industry best rates.

Simply open an account online, it only takes a couple of minutes, costs nothing and is obligation free. Compared with banks, you can usually save between 0.5% and 3% of the amount transacted – putting more money in your pocket.

WorldFirst keep you in touch with the status of your transfer and notify you at every stage of the process.




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Travelex Online Travel Money

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