Send money to China

Transfer money directly to a bank account4 in China for 4.90 PLN flat transfer fee1 or for convenient pick-up in cash for 9.90 PLN flat transfer fees1.

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Options for sending money to China

It’s quick and easy to transfer money to China. Fund your transfer by using your credit or debit card (Visa®, Visa Electron®, MasterCard®, Maestro®) or cash, simply choose below to get started.

Send online

Register your profile for free to send money to China in minutes2.

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Send from app

Save time and transfer money to China on the Western Union® app.

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Send in person

Send money from one of 5,200+ agent locations across Poland3.

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Send money easily to Alipay users

Relax. Sending money to China just got easier. Now you can choose Alipay as a receiving option.

Save time by verifying your identity once, right in our app.

All you need is the receiver’s name and Alipay ID (Chinese mobile number).

The money will be delivered directly to your receiver’s bank account in China.

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How does your receiver want their money?

Your money transfer will arrive in China in minutes2, ask your receiver what’s most convenient for them.

Bank account

Send money to a bank account4 in China

for 4.90 PLN flat transfer fee1

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Cash pick up

Send to one of 27,000+ agent locations3 in China in minutes2

for 9.90 PLN flat transfer fee1.

Send money

Send money to qualifying Chinese bank accounts4 for 4.90 PLN flat fee1

If you and your receiver are not both Chinese nationals, as the sender you will need to provide a detailed Purpose of Transaction. This also applies when you send money to yourself, or to Hong Kong and Macau.

How to receive cash in China?

Receive money at our agent location

 

With 27,000+ agent locations in China, you can always find one nearby.

Visit a Western Union agent location.
Provide your sender’s details. This includes your sender’s name, the amount sent and the Money Transfer Control Number (MTCN).
Show proof of identity. Make sure to bring a valid government-issued photo ID.
Receive the money. The money will be available to you after your details have been verified.

Receive money at a bank location

 

If the receiver is not a Chinese national, they may be required to provide supporting documentation to confirm the selected Purpose of Transaction.
In China, a bank account may be required by the bank for collecting money in cash. Account opening requirements may vary in agent provincial branches due to local regulations. Please consult agents for more details before collecting money.
Bank account is required at:
Bank of China. Foreign currency bank account is required for USD and EUR payout if accumulated payout amount is over USD1,000 or equivalent per person/per day.
Postal Savings Bank of China and China Construction Bank. For USD/EUR payout.
China Minsheng Bank, Bank of Jilin and Fujian Haixia Bank. For USD payout.
Shanghai Pudong Development Bank Shanghai branches.


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Get the Western Union® app and enjoy easy repeat money transfers to China, check currency exchange rates from PLN to RMB and track your transfers on-the-go!

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  1. 1 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.
  2. 2 Funds may be delayed or services unavailable based on certain transaction conditions, including amount sent, destination country, currency availability, regulatory issues, identification requirements, Agent location hours, differences in time zones, or selection of delayed options. Additional Restrictions may apply. See terms for details.
  3. 3 Agent location count valid as of September 30th, 2019.
  4. 4 Qualifying accounts must have an associated UnionPay debit card number beginning with ‘62’. 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 account holder. Funds may be delayed or services unavailable based on certain transaction conditions, including amount sent, destination country, currency availability, regulatory and foreign exchange issues, required receiver action(s), identification requirements, Agent location hours, differences in time zones, or selection of delayed options. Additional restrictions may apply. See Terms and Conditions for details.