Sending money to Brazil with Western Union is quick and convenient. Support friends and family by making a money transfer to Brazil through our app, website or at an agent location.
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Ways to send money to Brazil
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Transfer money to Brazil in a matter of clicks online. Register for a free profile or log in to your existing one to get started.Begin your transfer
Out and about or short on time? Access the Western Union® app wherever you are to make money transfers to Brazil on the go – or start a transfer on the app and complete at an agent location.Download our app
Pay with cash or card at more than 2,7001 agent locations across Canada to make a money transfer to Brazil in person.Search for agent locations
Transfer money straight to Brazilian bank accounts with ease. We can help you make direct account deposits with a range of major banks in Brazil.Find out more
Whether they’re hitting the beaches of Rio de Janeiro or based in Sao Paulo, arrange a cash pickup for your loved ones at one of more than 6,9001 Brazilian agent locations.Search our Brazilian locations
Using your bank details
Cash at an agent location
With your credit2 or debit card
Track every transfer to South America by using our app to send money to Brazil.
Resend money quickly – ideal if you support the same people each month.
Complete money transfers 24/7, from virtually anywhere.
Sending money to bank accounts
Send money direct to your receiver’s bank account in Brazil with ease.Send now
Using the Western Union® app
Our app includes everything you need to start sending money to Brazil on the move. Check exchange rates3 , arrange and track transfers from virtually anywhere.Explore the app
Sending money in person
You’re never too far from in-person services, with more than 2,7001 agent locations across Canada.Find your closest location
Learn how to send money from Canada to Brazil with ease – whether paying with a credit2 or debit card, bank account, or cash. Follow the simple step-by-step guides on our website.
Find the right transfer method for your needs – use our app, website or head to an agent location.
Discover thousands of agent locations across Canada in major cities like Toronto, Vancouver and Calgary to send money to Brazil in person.
Make a money transfer to Brazil with peace of mind, as we’ve been moving money around the world for more than 160 years.
Registering for a profile is free, simple and as smooth as possible.
Members of the My WUSM program can earn rewards and access special offers and transfer fee3 discounts.
Speed up the process when transferring money to Brazil by saving regular receiver information.
Follow your money on its way to South America with our helpful tracking tool.
When sending money to Brazil, you can generally transfer up to 7,500 CAD. However, the limit may be lower depending on the receive and payment methods you choose.
Find out how to send money to Brazil online using the following steps:
To send money to Brazil bank accounts online, you’ll need a Western Union profile – it’s easy to register on our website. You also need your receiver’s:
Our Canadian agent locations offer the opportunity to transfer money to Brazil in person. Here’s how:
1. Find a nearby agent location and visit a convenient one to arrange your transfer.
2. Present your driver’s license, passport or government-issued ID when requested by an agent.
3. Provide any requested information about your receiver in Brazil, for example their address or bank details.
4. Pay by cash, card or bank transfer.
5. Share the tracking number (MTCN) you’ll get on your receipt with your receiver. This helps you follow the money.
The cost to transfer money to Brazil comes down to factors such as your transfer method and amount. Our price estimator tool can show you information about transfer fees3, exchange rates and estimated delivery times.
1 Agent location count valid as of September 30, 2021.
2 If you’re using a credit card, a card-issuer cash advance fee and associated interest charges may apply. To avoid these fees or for reduced fees, use a debit card or check other payment methods.
3 Western Union also makes money from currency exchange. When choosing a money transmitter, carefully compare both transfer fees and exchange rates. Fees, foreign exchange rates and taxes may vary by brand, channel, and location based on a number of factors. Fees and rates subject to change without notice.