Transfer Money Overseas

"To help you transfer money internationally, special low cost wire transfers are also available at the post office and selected banks."

Transfer Money Overseas

Tips to help you transfer money overseas.

Money Transfer Companies, such as MoneyGram or Western Union, accept cash for transfer at walk-in offices or let you transfer money on the Internet or by phone using a debit card or credit card.

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Money Exchange International Money Orders, available at banks and post offices. Banking wire transfers services, such as checks, debit cards, electronic transfers and rechargeable stored value cards.

Special low cost wire transfers are also available at the post office and selected banks to help you transfer money around the world.

Many Credit Unions offer their members low-cost wire transfers to credit unions in more than 40 countries through IRnet, an electronic funds transfer service.

Send money using your telephone: Call 1-800-CALL-CASH® to send money using your telephone.

Transfer Money Overseas

PayPal lets you transfer money to anyone with an email account from your bank checking account or a credit card. PayPal operates in 55 countries and regions. Sending money with PayPal is FREE.

Make money your god and it will plague you like the devil. - Henry Fielding quote.

Never in the field of human conflict was so much owed by so many to so few. - Sir Winston Churchill quote.

The easiest way for your children to learn about money is for you not to have any. - Katharine Whitehorn quote.

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