Sharemoney is committed to making international remittance as easy and convenient as possible, so you can focus on the things that really matter.
How do I send money to Brazil?
What delivery options does Sharemoney offer for money transfers to Brazil?
At this time, you can deposit money into a bank account in Brazil.
Can I send money to Brazil with my credit card?
Yes, but we don't recommend it. Sharemoney supports the use of Visa and Mastercard as a payment method, but using them for money remittance is considered a cash advance, and could incur additional fees with your bank. The best (and cheapest) way to send money to Brazil through Sharemoney is using your debit card.
Can I send money to Brazil from my debit card?
Yes. Sharemoney transfers funds using your debit card.
How long does remittance to Brazil take?
If you use Sharemoney for the first time, your funds are released as soon as we confirm your phone number and source of payment. Returning customers sending money to Brazil with the same contact and financial information often see their funds delivered within minutes.
What Brazilian banks support Sharemoney's online transfers?
Sharemoney has an extensive network of banks that covers all of Brazil and includes over 20 payor partners. Find the list of all the supported banks here.
I want to send $1,000,000 to Brazil. Can I use Sharemoney?
Not at this time. Our mission is to help people who live and work abroad support their families back home. At this time you can transfer up to $2999.99 every 24 hours, up to $2999.99 every 15 days, and up to $9999.99 in a 180-day period. Additional rules and state regulations may apply.
What does my beneficiary need to know to receive their funds?
Typically, the beneficiary will need to present their ID in order to receive your funds at a cash pickup location or through home delivery. It is also helpful to share your money transfer number (MTN) with your beneficiary in case they need to reference it when picking up funds.