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Why use MoneyGram
It’s quick and affordable
No bank account necessary
Protect your money
3 ways to receive money
How much does a money transfer cost?
Send up to $100 for the flat fee* of $4.
If you’re sending more than $100, use the online MoneyGram calculator to find out how much the transfer will cost.
How to send a money transfer
Go to the post office Find a post office convenient to you.
Provide information on the recipient
- When sending transfers for cash pickup: Bring your identification, the address and name of your recipient that is shown on their identification as well as your payment method.
- When sending transfers directly to a bank account: Bring your identification, the recipient’s full legal name, their bank name, their account number and bank’s address as well as your method of payment. Account details vary by country with some requiring additional information.
Complete your transfer Pay the transfer fee and the amount you want by cash or debit card. Please note that you can’t pay by credit card.
Get your MoneyGram reference number Give the MoneyGram reference number to the person receiving the money.
Start your money transfer online
Go to MoneyGram Log in or create a MoneyGram account.
Complete the money transfer form Fill out information about yourself and the person you’re sending money to and you will be provided a barcode.
Pay for your transfer at the post office Go to a post office location near you with your barcode. Pay the transfer fee and for the amount you’re sending by cash or debit card.
Do more with MoneyGram
Receive money transfers
Bring your identification and reference number in to a MoneyGram agent location to receive your money transfer by Canada Post money order, e-transfer or in cash.Find a MoneyGram location near you
Pay for utilities, phone bills, cable bills and more. Bring your account and bill information in to a post office near you to pay your bill in cash or by debit. Choose same day or next day payment and get a receipt as proof of payment for your records.See all available billers
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* A currency exchange rate may apply. MoneyGram makes money from currency exchange. MoneyGram and the Globe are TM/MD of MoneyGram.
** Subject to agent operating hours and compliance with regulatory requirements; in minutes service excludes send to account service. For send to account service, timing of funds availability depends on destination country and is subject to banking hours and compliance with regulatory requirements.
*** Dependent on availability at the post office.