MoneyGram is Western Union's biggest rival, and its fees are often cheaper. It recently changed its fees to a flat rate of $11.50 for transferring $50 to $900 within the United States, and 2% for amounts over $900. But MoneyGram built its reputation on international money transfers.
Similarly, how do you receive money through MoneyGram?
The person sending you the money transfer will have the reference number. Visit a MoneyGram location. Remember to bring your reference number and personal identification*. Complete the receiver form at the location and hand the completed form to the MoneyGram agent to receive your money.
How do you send a MoneyGram?
- Find a location. Find a convenient MoneyGram location near you.
- Bring your information. You will need your receiver's full legal name, the bank name and bank account number.
- Pay in cash & send reliably. Pay in cash, the amount you are sending, plus the fee.
What is the Money Gram?
MoneyGram offers convenient money transfer options. It's easy to send money online or in person; for cash pick-up or direct to a bank. We also offer inmate services & transfers to mobile wallets.