At Sharemoney, we have an unwavering commitment to helping our valued clients unlock greater efficiency and convenience during international money transfers.
How do I send money to Pakistan?
The first step is to log in or create an account on our website. You can then start sending money through Sharemoney. Our website will request a set of information from you. Once you have entered the data accurately, simply click "Send Now" to proceed. You should always state the exact amount of money you want to send, the payment details, transfer method, the name of your recipient, and their contact information.
What are the recommended delivery methods for sending money to Pakistan?
Your recipient has 2 options for receiving your money transfer: Cash Pickup location or direct Bank Account deposit.
Can I transfer money to Pakistan using a credit card?
You can use a credit card to fund your transactions. Sharemoney supports both Visa and Mastercard. If you are trying to save more money, we do not advise this method because credit card companies make customers pay for cash advances, which often result in additional fees.
Can I send money to Pakistan from my debit card?
Yes! Debit cards are allowed. In fact, they are the recommended payment method for all Sharemoney transactions.
How long does my recipient in Pakistan have to wait?
First time using Sharemoney? We will need to confirm your payment source and phone number first. Once these details are verified, we will send the funds immediately. Returning (verified) customers do not go through the same verification process. For future and repeated transfers, they can complete transactions much faster.
Which Pakistani banks support Sharemoney online remittances?
At Sharemoney, we have built an extensive network of banks in Pakistan. You can peruse our supported banks here..
Is there a limit for Sharemoney online transfers to Pakistan? For example, $1,000,000.
Not at this time. The limit is $2,999.99 per transfer including fees. Sharemoney understands the challenges you face when living and working abroad, e.g. needing to support family members and friends. That's why you can send up to $2,999.99 every 15 days or every 24 hours. You can even transfer up to $9,999.99 in a period of 180 days. Kindly take note of state regulations as the rules may change slightly.
What does my beneficiary need to know to receive their funds?
Since you are using the bank deposit method, your recipient does not have to collect the money at a physical remittance outlet. Simply give them the money transfer number (MTN) to track the status of the transfer.