Receive money from abroad in Norway

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Ways to receive money in Norway

You can receive money to your bank account in Norway or for cash pick-up. Choose the way to receive money that is the most convenient for you.

How to pick-up a money transfer in Norway?


Choose an agent location

Find and visit your nearest Western Union agent location in Norway.


Provide money transfer details

Specify money transfer details to the agent, including sender’s name, country and the sent amount.


Show your ID

Show your valid personal ID and 10-digit Money Transfer Control Number(MTCN) to the agent.


Collect the money

The agent will pay out the money and give you a copy of a receipt.

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Rating as of 1 April 2024

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Pick up your cash from a location most convenient for you.

Still have a few questions about receiving money?

We’re here to help. Below you’ll find some of the most asked questions about receiving money in Norway.

How do I collect my money?

Visit an agent location near you with your government­ issued ID. You will also need to ask the sender for the Money Transfer Control Number (MTCN).

How do I know if my money transfer has been received?

Locate the ‘Tracking’ link on the homepage of our website. Then type in the sender’s name and MTCN (Money Transfer Control Number). We will then update you on the latest status of your money transfer. Check your money transfer status now by clicking here.

How much does it cost to receive money?

All transfer fees1 are paid by the sender. Receiving money is free of charge unless the receiver chooses to receive the money in a different currency, to a device or an account which is not part of the money transfer.


We’re always happy to help. Check out our FAQs for answers to your top questions or contact our customer care.

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.