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MoneyGram money transfer is an electronic funds transfer service that enables individuals to send & receive money from over 200 countries and MoneyGram Agent locations around the World.

MoneyGram money transfer is an electronic funds transfer service that enables individuals to send & receive money from over 200 countries and MoneyGram Agent locations around the World.

Features

  • Fast.
  • Convenient.
  • Funds can be received as cash or directly into account.

Requirements for Receiving Payments

  • Reference PIN.
  • Expected Amount.
  • Acceptable means of identification.
  • Receiver’s name, address, and phone number.

Requirements for Sending Payments

  • Sender’s name, phone number, address.
  • The receiver’s name and country.
  • Amount in Naira.
  • Verified BVN.
  • Test Question and Answer, where applicable.
  • A maximum send limit of 1,000USD Naira equivalent per customer per quarter, as stipulated by the Central Bank of Nigeria.

Eligibility

This service is available to both account holders and walk-in-customers who are above 18 years.

Acceptable Means of Identification

  • The only acceptable means of identification is verified BVN

Pick-up Cash in US Dollars

Customers and non-customers can pick-up cash in US Dollars at any of our branches or have deposited directly into their domiciliary account upon receipt of foreign currency.

To pick up cash at any of our branches, the customer must carry any of the below valid means of identification:

  1. BVN
  2. Nigerian Driver’s License
  3. International Passport
  4. Permanent Voter’s Card
  5. NIMC ID card

Get in touch with our experts

Send email to contactcenter@accessbankplc.com

To talk to us about how we could support your business, please call us on:

+234 1- 2712005-7, +234 1-2802500, 07003000000, 01-2273000, 01-2273007

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