Payment Methods Available.
Pay via Transferwise: The money transfer service Wise, formerly TransferWise, offers a cheap way to send money from the U.S. to about 80 countries. The exchange rates are some of the best you’ll find. You can fund a transfer in various ways, such as with a bank account or credit card, but recipients need to have a bank account. Learn more
Pay via Remitly: With Remitly, you can choose from a variety of payment methods like bank transfer, debit cards or credit card. Learn more
Pay via WireBarley: WireBarley is a South Korean fintech company that specialises in online and mobile cross-border remittances throughout the Asia-Pacific region. Learn more
Pay via WorldRemit: WorldRemit can accept most types of debit, credit and pre-paid cards that are issued by Visa or Mastercard. Learn more
Pay via ACH: ACH payment is a type of electronic bank-to-bank payment in the US. Payments via ACH are made through the ACH network, rather than going through the card networks such as Visa or Mastercard. Learn more
Pay via Fedwire/Wire: The Fedwire Funds Service is a credit transfer service. Participants originate funds transfers by instructing a Federal Reserve Bank to debit funds from its own account and credit funds to the account of another participant. Learn more
Pay via SEPA: SEPA Direct Debit is a Europe-wide Direct Debit system that allows merchants to collect Euro-denominated payments from accounts in the 34 SEPA countries and associated territories. Learn more
Pay via Bank Transfer: Bank transfer (or wire transfer) is a payment method that allows consumers to transfer money to a bank account around the world.