Your peace of mind – send money your way to Ghana

MoneyGram, the world’s second-largest provider for international money transfer, offers it’s Ghanaian customers many fast and reliable send and receive options. Senders can send cash from their nearest MoneyGram location, send money online or with the new MoneyGram-App to provide financial support to their family and friends in a reliable way – in just a few minutes*.

The MoneyGram-App makes it possible to send money worldwide in just a few clicks. Whether you’re a registered user or a guest, the MoneyGram-App makes sending money incredibly easy. Calculating transfer fees, requesting current exchange rates, viewing the status of transactions and finding MoneyGram locations near you, only take a few clicks.

The best thing about it: anyone sending money online or using the MoneyGram-App from Germany to a bank account or mobile wallet in Ghana, pays no transaction fees!**

A wide variety of ways to receive money

It isn’t only the sender, but also the recipient who has plenty of choice with MoneyGram: they can receive the money in cash, bank account or a mobile wallet. With a mobile wallet the recipient receives the amount directly to their mobile phone. So, sending money to remote districts where the nearest MoneyGram location is kilometres away, is no longer a problem. Thanks to a collaboration with Ghanaian provider Zeepay, money can now also be sent to the following mobile wallets in Ghana: Airtel-Tigo Mobile Money Wallets, Vodafone Mobile Money Wallets and MTN.

Send money your way at:

* Subject to agent operating hours and in compliance with regulatory requirements.
** In addition to the transfer fees applicable to a transaction, a currency exchange rate set by MoneyGram or its agent will be applied. MoneyGram also makes money from currency exchange. Prices are subject to change.

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