Send money to Belgium

Western Union makes sending money from France to Belgium quick and easy. Make a money transfer today and it can be ready to collect for cash pickup in minutes3.

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    Convenient ways to send and receive money from France to Belgium

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    Quick money transfers

    No matter whether you have an aunt in Antwerp or a best friend visiting Bruges, your cash can be ready for them to collect in minutes3 with cash pickup.

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    Get an estimate in advance

    There’s no need to worry about surprise costs. Find out the details of any transfer fees1 in advance with our online estimator tool.

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    Receiver details required

    You only need some basic details about your receiver to make it happen. Have their name, address, and email address ready.

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    Quick and easy

    Sending money should be simple. Your money transfer to Belgium could be ready to collect in minutes3.

    Easy to Re-send

    Our one-tap re-send function allows you to quickly and easily repeat a money transfer to a loved one.

    Speed up your next send

    Register for a free Western Union profile and you can save your loved ones’ details ready for your next time you send money to Belgium.

    Reasons to choose Western Union

    The choice is yours

    Quickly and easy send money to Belgium in the way that suits you best. Send online, on the app, or in person.

    Committed to security

    Thanks to our fraud prevention efforts and encrypted transfers, you can rely on us to make sure your money reaches the people who matter most.

    Worldwide reach

    We operate in more than 200 countries and territories so you can send money to loved ones based almost anywhere.

    A rich heritage

    We’ve been helping people send money around the world for over 150 years.

    Frequently asked questions

    How much money can I send to Belgium?

    You can transfer up to €50,000 from France to Belgium when sending straight to a bank account and paying via bank transfer. You can send up to €5,000 for cash pickup or to a bank account when paying by credit2/debit card or Sofort and up to €6,000 in cash for cash pickup.

    How do I send money to Belgium?

    You can transfer money to Belgium online, on our app, or in person. The choice is yours.

    1. To send money to Belgium, you first need to register for your free Western Union profile.
    2. Select ‘Send now’ and choose Belgium as your destination.
    3. Enter the amount of money you’d like to transfer and choose Cash or Bank Account as the receiver method.
    4. Pay by credit2 card, debit card, Sofort, or bank transfer. You can also pay by cash if you’ve selected Cash as the receiver method.
    5. Look out for your confirmation email and share your unique tracking number (MTCN) with your receiver.
    What do I need to send money to Belgium?

    When sending money to Belgium, you’ll need:

    • Your full name and address
    • A French passport, driving licence, or other form of government-issued ID
    • Your receiver’s full name and address

    To send money from France to a Belgian bank account, you’ll need your receiver’s bank name, account number, account type, and address.

    How do I send money to Belgium from a Western Union agent location?
    1. Find your nearest Western Union agent location.
    2. Give a valid government-issued ID or phone number in at the counter, plus the details of your loved one. Before transferring money to Belgium, you may need to provide proof regarding your source of funds. To help, please ensure you also take a bank statement, tax return, or payslip along with you.
    3. Pay for your money transfer to Belgium using cash, credit2 or debit card.
    4. Keep track of your money transfer using the tracking number (MTCN) on your receipt.
    How do I estimate the cost to transfer money to Belgium?

    Our price estimator tool tells you all you need to know including transfer fees1 and estimated delivery times.

    How long does it take to send money to Belgium from France?

    Your receiver may get access to their money in minutes3 via cash pickup. Transfer speed all depends on how you choose to send money. A bank transfer for cash pickup can take up to 3 business days while a bank transfer to a bank account can take up to 6 business days. Sending to a bank account can take up to one business day when paying by credit2/debit card or Sofort.

    Still have questions?

    1 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.

    2 Some card issuers may charge additional fees for using our services. Please contact your card issuer for more information.

    3 Funds may be delayed or services unavailable based on certain transaction conditions, including amount sent, destination country, currency availability, regulatory issues, and identification.