How it works
1. Go into branch
For amounts over £650 bring some ID, like your passport or driving licence, and proof of address, like a bank statement or utility bill.
2. Fill in the form
Fill in the ‘send’ form and hand it in at the counter with the money you want to transfer – you’ll be able to include a brief message too.
As well as the transfer fee, MoneyGram may also apply a currency exchange rate. See how much
4. Contact the recipient
We’ll give you a reference number which you can pass on to the recipient of your money, which can be collected in minutes.*
1. Get your reference number
Ask the person who’s transferring the money to give your their reference number.
2. Pick it up
Visit your local Post Office, taking some ID with you (passport or driving licence) and proof of address (bank statement or utility bill).
Fill in the ‘receive’ form and collect your money transfer.
|Right for you if:
- You want to carry out a cash to cash money transfer
- You're looking to quickly collect your money from an agent/location of your choice
- You're looking to send smaller sums of money £1-£5,000
|Try something else if:
||X You’re looking to carry out your transfers through a secure account to account service
X You need to transfer from £250 to £70,000 plus
X You want a fee-free service
X If MoneyGram Money Transfer isn’t right for you, take a look at our International Payments option