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Ways to send money to Morocco
Ways to receive money in Morocco
Transfer money to Morocco in one of three convenient ways. They’re all easy and reliable.
If you’d prefer to keep things simple, you can send money to Morocco in person. Visit your nearest agent location to get started.Find agent locations near you
The Western Union® app makes it easy to transfer money to Morocco on the go or finalize the payment later in person.Get the app
Whether they work in Marrakesh, or live in the remote Saharan Desert, your loved ones can collect their funds from more than 11,0001 agent locations across Morocco.Find agent locations near you
Send money directly to a relative, friend or business associate’s bank account in Morocco. We partner with many major Moroccan banks.Learn more
With Western Union, you can easily send money to an eligible mobile wallet3 in Morocco. Your loved one will receive the money directly and can spend it by using their contactless device.Find out more
Using your banking details
Cash at an agent location
With a credit4 or debit card
Save your receiver’s details so you can send again quickly
Start in the app, then head to an agent location to pay for your money transfer.
Send money to Morocco from home, work, a cafe or while riding on public transportation.
Send to bank accounts
Send money directly to a bank in Morocco with Western Union, for optimal convenience. Please check you enter any figures and names correctly to avoid delays.Find out more
Estimates before you send
Use our free online price estimator tool to get an estimate of exchange rates and transfer fees5 before sending money to Morocco.Get started
Repeat money transfers
When you send money to Morocco through our app, you can save your friends’ and family’s details for repeat money transfers.Get the app
Western Union makes it easy to transfer money to Morocco in a way that works for you. Pay online, via the app or at your nearest agent location.
We’ve been sending money for over 150 years, so we understand the value of reliability.
It’s free to register for a Western Union profile. Once you’ve registered, you can start sending money to Morocco.
With Western Union, you can transfer money from the US to Morocco and dozens of other countries. Plus, relatives, friends and business partners can send money back to you.
It’s easy to send money to Morocco with Western Union. Register for a free profile with a few details to begin your money transfer.
It’s good to know where your money is. When you send online with Western Union, you can track the progress of your money as it makes its way to Morocco.
You can send up to 25,000 US dollars to Morocco by Western Union money transfer, when sending funds from your bank account in the U.S. to your receiver’s bank account in Morocco. Send up to $5,000 for cash pickup or up to $2,500 to mobile wallet accounts.
To send money online to Morocco, simply:
The exact information you’ll need to send money to Morocco depends on the paying and receiving methods you choose.
You’ll always need a means of payment to complete your money transfer to Morocco, plus:
To send money at a Western Union agent location:
To get an estimate of the cost to send money to Morocco, including the exchange rates and transfer fees5, use our online price estimator. Enter the country and amount to see the exchange rate in bold, and an estimated transfer fee5 on the right.
1 Please make sure that the receiver’s name accurately matches the details of the bank account owner. (Account details may vary by country).
2 Network data as of December 31, 2021.
3 Funds will be paid to receiver’s mWallet account provider for credit to account tied to receiver’s mobile number. Additional third-party charges may apply, including SMS and account over-limit and cash-out fees. Funds availability subject to terms and conditions of service. See Mobile Form for restrictions.
4 If you’re using a credit card, a card-issuer cash advance fee and associated interest charges may apply. You can avoid these fees by using a debit card.
5 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.