Agent locations are places where you can transfer money using Western Union. Agent locations may be in supermarkets, grocery stores, check cashers, mailbox centers, drug stores, travel agencies, depots, and other retailers. In some countries, they may be in banks, travel agencies, post offices, airports, train, and bus stations, and currency exchange offices.
You can easily find a nearby Agent location using our online tool.
After you have sent your money transfer, follow these easy steps: Click on Tracking at the top of any site page. Type in the Sender's name and the Money Transfer Control Number (MTCN) from the transaction.
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No. Western Union does not offer escrow or buyer protection. To help protect yourself from fraud, never send money to someone you don’t know. If you suspect you may have been the victim of fraud using Western Union, contact us immediately.
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Find out more about receiving money at an Agent location.
Visit any site page and select Tracking from the top of the home page. You’ll need the name of the person who sent you the money and the Money Transfer Control Number (MTCN).
Generally, we pay your money transfer with cash but in some cases, payment may be made in the form of a money transfer check or pay out card.