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Receive Money from Overseas

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We can assist you when receiving payments from overseas in a foreign currency into Australia that is then converted into Australian dollars (AUD). In general, the quickest and most convenient way for someone to send you funds from overseas is via a Telegraphic Transfer.

The overseas financial institution can use Western Union to transfer the deposit to your Bank account.

Receiving money using Western Union

  1. Click on the online form button below – Receive money from overseas through our partnership with Western Union Business Solutions.
  2. Choose the country you are receiving funds from.
  3. Complete the relevant information in the online form and submit.
  4. You will be then presented with the PDF deposit instructions. Please save it for your reference and email it to your payee/ follow payment instructions.
  5. Ask the sender to :
    •   present these instructions to their bank when sending the payment to you;

    •   deposit the amount into the dedicated account as stated in the instructions in local currency and not in AUD;

    •   instruct bank teller to include the “Payment Notes” in the bank’s reference field as specified in the PDF deposit instructions;

    •   please request your remitter (sender) email you a copy of the bank transfer receipt showing the date, amount and transaction number. This information may be of assistance in locating the transaction (if required).

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Certain financial products (namely wires and telegraphic transfers) are provided by Western Union Business Solutions (Australia) Pty Ltd ABN 24 150 129 749 AFSL 404092, trading as Western Union Business Solutions (“WUBS”), to your Financial Institution pursuant to its agreement(s) with your Financial Institution. Other financial products (namely drafts) are provided directly by WUBS to you, pursuant to its agreement(s) with your Financial Institution. Please note that fees & charges and terms & conditions apply and may vary depending upon the financial product.