Send money directly to a Chinese qualified bank account** with Western Union – from 1,90 euro transfer fee*.

The money you send will arrive on the qualified bank account in minutes**. 

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Western Union is happy to announce that we have launched this option for those looking to send money to China. With our offering, you can send money directly into a receiver’s qualified bank account*.

As this is a special occasion, we are offering a 1.90 EUR transfer fee for those who want to use our service. It’s never easy making time for friends and family back home, especially when they’re so far away. This is part of the reason that Western Union has decided to introduce this service.

 


 

Options to send money to China:

Of course, if this option isn’t the one that’s right for you, then you should check out the other services we provide. Prices do vary depending on the option you choose for sending and receiving money, but you get a wealth of choice.

Not only do you, the sender, get several options to choose from, but your receiver can choose from more than 36,000 agent locations*** across China. Check out our options below, and find the one that works for you.

 

  Sending via your bank account – Receiving by bank account > from a 1.90 EUR transfer fee*     Sending via your bank account – Receiving by cash pick up in minutes** > from 4.90 EUR transfer fee*
             
  Sending by credit card – Receiving by bank account > from a 1.90 EUR transfer fee*     Sending by credit card – Receiving by cash pick up in minutes** > from 1.88 EUR transfer fee*

 

For more detailed prices please find out here.

 


 

Transfer cash to China – the money in minutes** service.

 

Your receiver might need cash urgently, cash which you can send quickly and simply online, with your credit or debit card (Visa®, Visa Electron®, MasterCard®, Maestro®, Visa Cartes Bleue®).

You can give your receiver the choice of our over 36,000 agent locations*** across China to pick their cash from. If you need to send cash in a hurry, then our money in minutes** service might be exactly what you need.

 


 

Send money online directly to a bank account* in China

 

You can send money online directly to your receiver’s bank account** in China from a 1.90 EUR transfer fee.* Your receiver won’t have to travel to an agent location to pick up cash, for convenience.

Sending directly to a bank account** may take a little bit longer, up to 3 business days, so, in each instance, you should weigh the cost and convenience against the urgency of the transfer.

 


 

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* Western Union also makes money from currency exchange. When choosing a money transmitter, carefully compare both transfer fees and exchange rates. Fees and foreign exchange rates may vary by brand, channel, and location based on a number of factors. Fees and rates subject to change without notice. Online offer only when paying with bank account.

** To qualify, the sender must provide a UnionPay debit card number that starts with ‘62’ and that has been associated with a bank account held at a supported bank. Transfers to certain accounts may only be available during China bank processing hours, which are 7.30am to 9.45pm China Standard Time. Funds sent to a first time receiver may be delayed until WU receives additional required information from the receiver. Service and funds availability depends on certain factors including amount sent, currency availability, regulatory issues, consumer protection issues, identification requirements, required receiver action(s), delivery restrictions, location hours, and differences in time zones. Additional restrictions may apply.

*** Agent location count valid as of 30 June 2016.