Sharemoney is dedicated to offering customers safe and secure international money transfers, so you’ll have one less thing to worry about.
How can I send money to Argentina?
To send money, log in or create your account, then click “send now” and fill out the form’s information. You’ll need to know how much you want to send, where you are sending it (your recipient’s name and contact information), how you want them to receive the money, and your method of payment.
What options are there for money transfer delivery in Argentina?
You can transfer money to a wide network of Cash Pickup locations in Argentina, where your recipient will be able to pickup cash at the most convenient time for him/her.
Can I use a credit card to send money to Argentina?
While credit card is an acceptable form of payment, we don’t generally recommend using credit cards. Using a credit card for money remittance is considered a cash advance and can cause you to incur additional fees with your bank. Though we support using Visa and Mastercard credit cards, we recommend that, for the cheapest way to send money, you use a debit card.
Can I use my debit card to send money?
Yes—Sharemoney recommends debit cards as the best form of payment.
How long do transfers to Argentina take?
If it’s your first time sending money with Sharemoney, your funds will be released as soon as your phone number and source of payment are confirmed. Repeat customers sending money to Argentina with the same information as prior transfers will typically see their transfers available within minutes.
What are the locations for cash pick-ups in Argentina?
We have many convenient cash pick-up locations in Argentina, located in virtually any city and region. See our locations here.
How much money can I send with Sharemoney?
Our mission is to make it easier for U.S. residents to send money to loved ones and families back home. At this time, you may transfer up to $2,999.99 every 24 hours, and up to $9,999.99 in a 180-day period. Additional rules or state regulations may apply—contact us with any questions.
How does my recipient get their money?
Usually, the beneficiary will need to show an ID in order to accept funds at a cash pickup location or for a home delivery. Be sure to share your money transfer number (MTN) in case your beneficiary needs to reference it when they pick up funds.