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Send Money With Xoom Today! It's a fact that emergencies sometimes arise when you least expect them. If you have a friend or relative. that needs some financial assistance, it's good to know the best way to transfer your money.

Many money transfer services allow customers to send funds online, and have that payment directed to another back account or a money pickup location across the globe. This easy money transfer provides a tremendous amount of convenience, and saves the hassle of searching for and driving to a money transfer location where you may not feel entirely safe.

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Money Transfer Reviews

5 stars
Xoom Best-In-Class Blue Ribbon Award

Xoom leads the pack with the latest in money transfer technology and pricing. Their customer policies are customer focused, and the fees are some of the lowest available. When you need to send money fast and far, Xoom is a great place to consider.
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4.5 stars


Ria makes transferring money simple and easy-to-understand. Their price calculator lets users know upfront how much it will cost to send money to more than 147 countries, with very reasonable fees for debit card, credit card, and bank transfers.
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4 stars
Western Union


Western Union has historically been the go-to place for sending money. While you may pay a little more for their service, they've earned their reputation for being a reliable and safe way to send money to anyone, anywhere.
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3 stars
Money Move It


Money Move It is a smaller money transfer company, but they offer low fees and solid business practices. If you're sending money in the U.S., they're worth your consideration. Read More... Visit

1 star
Money Gram


Recent years have been challenging for Money Gram's reputation. A combination of dealings in illegal activity and bad charges make them the least desirable money transfer company to do business with.
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Online money transfers can be made from the convenience of a computer, using a credit card, debt card or bank account information. The money is then sent immediately to whomever you wish, for a fee. The fees for this service vary depending on the recipient country, currency and more.

However, not all money transfer companies are the same. In fact, some money transfer services are definitely worth avoiding. Before you send money online, you should consider the following:

  • Location. Will the money transfer service work with the bank you want to send to? If not, where can you send your money so that it can be picked up?
  • Cost. What are the fees involved with the money transfer? How fast can your money be moved? How does that compare to the competition?
  • Reputation. Does the money transfer service have a strong reputation in the marketplace? has reviewed and ranked the best money transfer services available today. We hope these reviews help you send money safely right away!

Federation Council in Russia approves ban on money transfers to Ukraine

The Federation Council on Wednesday endorsed a bill prohibiting money transfers from Russia to Ukraine via international payment systems, Prime news agency reports. According to the law, in case a foreign state enforces bans on Russian payment systems ...

Published:  Wed, 29 Mar 2017 12:11:00 GMT

New Truecaller Update Adds Flash Messaging, Money Transfers

A new update for Truecaller will bring flash messaging, mobile payments, and a number of other notable features to the popular caller ID app. As of version 8.0, the app will boast a new SMS inbox and the so-called Truecaller Pay functionality, in addition ...

Published:  Wed, 29 Mar 2017 01:29:00 GMT


WorldRemit, the leading online money transfer business, has launched in Japan. Customers in Japan will now be able to send money to family and friends worldwide, using a mobile phone, tablet or computer - cutting out the need to travel to agent ...

Published:  Tue, 28 Mar 2017 21:49:00 GMT

Bank transfers made easy as 1-2-3 on online by Chillr

We entered into a formal partnership in September 2014 and launched in February 2015"Ě. Chillr's main features are instant bank-to-bank money transfers, recharges and bill payments. All these transactions are carried out directly from the user's bank ...

Published:  Wed, 29 Mar 2017 22:06:00 GMT

Cyprus bank investigated Paul Manafort accounts for possible money laundering

A Manafort rep said in a statement to NBC that all of the accounts existed only for "a legitimate business purpose"Ě with clients in Cyprus, a Mediterranean island often used for Russian money transfers. Russian billionaire open to telling Congress ...

Published:  Wed, 29 Mar 2017 08:46:00 GMT

Kenyan diaspora is the biggest sender of digital remittances to mobile accounts

"Kenya is famed for leading Africa's digital transformation, and today it's Kenyans abroad are at the forefront of digitizing international money transfers. Most of our Kenyan customers use our mobile app, demonstrating the strong demand for ...

Published:  Wed, 29 Mar 2017 21:56:00 GMT

MP calls for monitoring expat money transfers

Shiite MP Khalil Al-Saleh yesterday called on authorities to impose tighter monitoring on huge money transfers by expatriates, which he said amounted to KD 21.2 billion between 2010 and 2014. In questions to the Finance Ministry, the lawmaker asked if the ...

Published:  Sat, 18 Mar 2017 00:01:00 GMT

EDITORIAL COMMENT: Businesses flouting pricing system should be punished

It is because of this realisation that the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe is encouraging the transacting public to use other payment systems such as transfers through RTGS, swiping using Point of Sale machines as well as mobile money transfers. These payment ...

Published:  Wed, 29 Mar 2017 16:07:00 GMT

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