Sharemoney's primary goal is to keep international money transfers both efficient and easy, giving customers the ability to spend more time focused on other matters.
How do I send money to Chile?
To get started on a money transfer to Chile, simply log in or create an account on Sharemoney's website, then click "Send Now" and provide all necessary information that's requested. Customers need to provide the exact amount of money they want to send, their contact information, the name of the beneficiary, transfer method, and payment details.
What delivery methods are available via Sharemoney to send money to Chile?
Sharemoney can send money to a number of cash pickup locations situated throughout Chile, regardless of payment method.
Can I send money to Chile using a credit card?
While customers are certainly allowed to use a credit card for transactions, we don't advise this method. Sharemoney supports both Mastercard and Visa, but these companies make customers pay for money transfers as cash advances, which can result in additional fees. An inexpensive way to send money to Chile is through debit card payments.
Can I send money to Chile from my debit card?
Yes, debit cards are our recomended payment method for all Sharemoney transactions.
How long does it take to transfer money to Chile?
If you're a first-time customer with Sharemoney, we will send funds immediately once we confirm your phone number and payment source. Returning customers don't need to await confirmation and can transfer money to cash pickup locations within minutes.
What Chilean banks support Sharemoney online transfers?
Sharemoney allows customers to send money for cash pickup through AFEX, which is one of the most trusted payment solutions in the country.
Where are your cash pickup locations?
Sharemoney gives customers the ability to send money to a wide range of cash pickup locations throughout Chile. You can view all of the AFEX pickup locations here.
I want to send $1,000,000 to Chile. Can I use Sharemoney?
Money transfers larger than $10,000 are not currently permitted with Sharemoney. Our goal is to help people who live and work abroad to support friends and family. Customers can send up to $2,999.99 every 24 hours or every 15 days, and up to $9,999.99 in a period of 180 days. Additional rules and state regulations may apply.
What does my beneficiary need to know to receive their funds?
Normally, recipients of money transfers will need to present their ID to pick up funds from one of the many Chilean pickup locations. We also advise you to share your money transfer number (MTN) with beneficiaries in case they require it when picking up funds.