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Send money to Morocco online or with our app. It couldn’t be easier with Western Union — choose from our many payment methods and make a fully secure money transfer.


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    We’ve sent money around the world for over 150 years

    Easily send money from France to Morocco

    Register to send money to Morocco right away

    Estimate your transfer

    Track your money transfer when sending money from France to Morocco with your unique MTCN (money transfer control number).

    Save your receiver’s details

    Easily repeat your money transfers by saving the receiver’s details, and save time when you next need to send money to Morocco.

    A wide network of agent locations

    Your loved ones can pick up money from anywhere, from Tangier to Marrakech, by visiting a nearby Western Union agent location.

    Money in minutes2

    When you send money from France to Morocco with Western Union, your money could be with your loved ones within minutes2.

    Choose the way you pay

    With a credit or debit card3
    With Apple Pay®
    Using your banking details

    Ready to send money?

    Send money to Morocco with just a few taps in our app

    Save your loved ones’ details to make your next money transfer to Morocco even easier.

    Send money to Morocco wherever you are and whenever you want — from home, from the office or on the go.

    Once you’ve clicked “Send,” you can track the progress of your transfer with your MTCN (money transfer control number).

    Be there for your loved ones when they need you

    Whether your loved ones are celebrating a birth in Marrakech or Eid in Tangier, or there’s a business opportunity, show your support with a reliable money transfer with Western Union. Use our service to send money to Morocco whenever and from wherever you want.

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    Reasons to choose Western Union®

    Reliable transfers

    At Western Union we’re committed to moving your money reliably, protecting your private data and working to prevent fraud. Our technologies encrypt your information, so you can transfer money to friends and family without a worry.

    International reach

    Transfer money to Morocco and beyond with ease. With 200 countries and territories in the Western Union network, you can support loved ones even when continents divide you.

    Pay the way you like

    Pay the way you like when you transfer money to Morocco. Whether that’s cash, online bank transfer, credit3/debit card or via Apple Pay® in our app, the choice is yours.

    Sending money for over 150 years

    Our commitment has always been focused on helping people move their money to make good things happen. Since 1871 we’ve dedicated ourselves to assisting you reach your loved ones around the world.

    Ready to send money to Morocco?

    If you want to know more, we have an FAQ section below, but if you’re ready to send money to Morocco, you can do so right away.

    Frequently asked questions

    How much money can I send to Morocco?

    Money transfers to Morocco are capped at €25,000 if you choose to carry out the transaction by bank transfer. With payment by credit3/debit card, you can send up to €5000 to a bank account. Finally, please note that if the receiver wants to pick up the money in cash, the amount of the transfer made online or at an agent location must not exceed €5000.

    How do I transfer money to Morocco online?
    1. Create a profile or log in to your Western Union account and click “Continue.”
    2. Select “Morocco” in the “Send to” box and enter the amount you would like to send in the relevant box.
    3. Once you’ve entered the desired amount, you’ll be asked to choose how the receiver will get the money — in their bank account or to be picked up in cash.
    4. For the next step, select a payment method. You should now be able to see a comprehensive quote.
    5. Click “Continue” to go to the next page and fill out both your own and the receiver’s details. You will also be asked to indicate the reason for the transfer and the source of the funds.
    6. Once you’ve confirmed the transaction, you’ll receive a unique MTCN (money transfer control number) to track the progress of your transfer. You can share this number with the receiver.
    What do I need to send money to Morocco online?

    If you haven’t already, create a Western Union profile for free. Visit our registration page and enter the following details:

    • Your name and address.
    • Details of an official form of ID, such as a driver’s license or a French passport.

    Once you’re registered, you can start setting up your money transfer to Morocco by entering the following details:

    • The reason for the transfer and the source of the funds.
    • The receiver’s name, mailing address and email address.
    • If you’re making a transfer to a bank account, you will also need the receiver’s bank details, including their account number.
    How do I send money to Morocco from a Western Union agent location?

    If you want to transfer money from a Western Union agent location, find one nearby. Why not use our online tool to find your nearest agent location? Once you’ve found an agent location, please do the following:

    1. Visit your chosen agent location with your ID, your bank details and the receiver’s bank details.
    2. Pay for your transfer using your chosen payment method. If you have started setting up the transfer online or via our app, you have 24 hours to make the payment in person by going to an agent location with your ID.
    3. Keep your unique MTCN (money transfer control number). You can find it on your receipt and share it with the receiver.
    How do I work out the transfer fees for sending money to Morocco?

    Once you’ve selected your payment method, how the receiver wants the money and the transfer amount on our dedicated page, the details regarding the transfer fees1, estimated transfer time and exchange rates will display.

    How long does the transfer take to get to Morocco?

    Transfer times may vary depending on the payment method, what time you made the transfer, public holidays and security checks. When you select your payment method, you’ll be able to see the estimated transfer time before committing to making the transfer.

    For example, a bank transfer from France to Morocco can take up to six business days. If you’re transferring money to be picked up in cash, it can arrive in a few minutes2.

    Still have questions?

    Visit our FAQs or simply get in touch. Our customer care team is on hand to help.

    1 Western Union also makes money from currency exchange. When choosing an intermediary money transfer company, carefully compare both transfer fees and exchange rates. Fees, exchange rates and taxes may vary by brand, channel and location, based on a number of factors. Fees and rates are subject to change without notice. See terms and conditions for details.

    2 Funds may be delayed or services unavailable based on certain transaction conditions, including the amount sent, the destination country, currency availability, regulatory issues, identification requirements, agent location hours, differences in time zones, or the selection of delayed delivery options. For money transfers made by cell phone, the funds will be paid to the receiver’s mobile wallet account provider so they can then be credited to the account linked to the receiver’s cell phone number. Additional third-party charges may apply, including SMS, account over-limit and cash-out fees. See the transfer form to learn more about restrictions.

    3 If you’re using a credit card, cash advance fees and associated interest charges may be applied by the card issuer. To avoid these fees or for reduced fees, use a debit card or another payment method.