Best Money Transfer Companies

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Best Money Transfer Companies

We have summarized best money transfer companies in the UK.

Ria Money Transfer

Here’s our story how one small store grew to be one of the largest money transfer services in the world

  • 1987 – The first Ria store opens in New York City with one goal: to help people send money to their loved ones back home
  • 1993-2006 – Ria expands to Spain, France, Italy, UK, Germany, Australia, Belgium, and Switzerland
  • 2007 – Ria is acquired by Euronet Worldwide, a leader in processing secure, electronic financial transactions
  • 2010-2011 – Ria expands to India and Senegal
  • 2012 – We’re online! Ria announces RiaMoneyTransfer.com
  • 2014 – Walmart partners with Ria to create Walmart-2-Walmart domestic money transfer service. Euronet acquires HiFX, a UK-based foreign exchange broker and payments provider
  • 2015 – IME is acquired by Euronet; Ria expands to the Middle East and Malaysia. Euronet acquires XE, a Canadian-based online foreign exchange tools and services company
  • 2016 Walmart partnership expands into Chile through Lider branded supermarkets
  • 2017 – Ria celebrates 30 years and opens new cash payout network in India; Asda Money Transfer Powered by Ria launches in the UK
  • 2019 and beyond – Ria expands with more locations and new partnerships to continue serving the people who matter most- our customers

Today: With a worldwide agent network of 397,000 locations in 167 countries (and always growing), we continue to make the world a smaller place by closing distances between families and their loved ones through world-class money transfer. We also offer bill payment, mobile top-ups, prepaid debit cards, check to cash, and money orders. With every service that we provide, we work hard to provide the most positive experience possible. To learn more about Ria and our brick-and-mortar locations, please visit riafinancial.com.

 Western Union

Like Ria, Western Union offers transfers to over 144 countries around the world through multiple payment options including cash, debit card, credit card, or bank transfers, with the option of a cash pickup. They each have a low minimum transfer amount of $1, and offer relatively low maximum transfer amounts of $5,000 for Western Union and $2,999.99 for Ria. While Ria’s rates and fees depend on the amount of money you’re transferring, the location and the method of your transfer, Western Union is known for its high fees and weak exchange rates that can be nearly 5% more than the mid-market rate.

Pros

  • Low minimum transfer of $1
  • Send money in minutes
  • Transfer to over 200 countries and territories across the globe
  • Multiple transfer options including paying with cash or your debit card, credit card or bank account
  • Cash pickup available
  • Trusted provider for over 160 years

MoneyGram

The second-largest international money transfer service in the world, MoneyGram transfers funds in over 200 countries and territories to more than 350,000 agent locations worldwide. Both MoneyGram and Ria have low minimum transfer amounts of $1, offer home delivery and cash pickup and have fees that vary depending on payment type and transfer destination. The biggest difference between the two companies? Ria has a lower maximum daily transfer cap of $2,999.99 compared to MoneyGram’s $6,000 cap.

Pros

  • Extensive global network of 350,000 agent locations in over 200 countries and territories
  • Large pool of services available for sending, receiving or financing
  • Fast transfers, with same-day service in many locations
  • Home delivery and cash pickup options
  • Low minimum transfer amount of $1

 WorldRemit

Both Ria and WorldRemit provide a variety of transfer options in more than 140 countries worldwide, including online, bank-to-bank and cash transfers. With both transfer services, fees vary by country you’re sending funds to and the global exchange rate at the time of your transfer, with low minimum transfer amounts starting at just $1. WorldRemit has a maximum transfer amount of $5,000 — $2,000 higher than Ria’s — and also has the added bonus of offering transfers to mobile wallet and mobile airtime accounts.

Pros

  • Low minimum transfer amount of $1
  • Available in over 140 countries worldwide
  • Flexible payment options, including debit or credit card, bank transfer, Android Pay and ApplePay
  • Transfers to mobile wallet accounts
  • Cash pickup available
  • Home delivery available
  • Mobile airtime account transfers

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