Faster, cheaper , smarter cash transfers

Did you know you can start your transfer on our app, then complete it with cash at an agent location near you, for less?

Start transfer

Pay in cash

 


 

Save money

When you start your cash transfer on our app, you’ll get access to lower transfer fees and a locked-in exchange rate**.

Skip the paper form

We’ll have access to your details via our app, so there’s no need to fill out a form at the agent location.

Download the app now, for free the agent location

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Handy features all in one place

Packed with features designed around you, including secure fingerprint login and fast repeat transfers.

Local and convenient

With over 4,600 agent locations in Spain***, finding one near you is always easy.

 


 

How to send money with mobile app in cash? It's easy!

Make sure you have downloaded the latest version of the Western Union mobile app

Step 1

Enter your money transfer details: country, amount and delivery service

Step 2

In the “How will you pay” section, choose “Cash at the agent location”

Step 3

Submit your transaction and you will get a money transfer confirmation. Your money transfer will be valid 12hours. Click on “Find a location” to complete your transaction.

Step 4

Search for your nearest agent location to pay in cash. Once it is done, you will be confirmed by SMS once the funds are delivered.

 


 

Peace of mind

We’ll send you a text message to let you know when your money has arrived with your receiver.

Download the app now, for free

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* 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.

** Due to local restrictions, in some countries exchange rates can only be fixed on receive.

*** Agent location count valid as of 30 June 2017.