WorldRemit Money Transfer


WorldRemit is an online money transfer service that lets people send money overseas conveniently and without having to pay high transfer fees. WorldRemit users can send money from 50 countries to more than 120 countries around the world, with even more destinations to become available in the future. WorldRemit offers money transfer services, bank deposit, cash pick-up, Mobile Money along with Airtime top-up for various mobile service providers in India. Transactions can be completed through a computer, smartphone, or tablet, making the process of sending money abroad quicker and more secure.  

WorldRemit was founded in 2010 in London with the goal of modernizing the money transfer process. It has received over $140 million in funding from Accel Partners and Technology Crossover Ventures, recognized for its innovation as a remittance company. With WorldRemit, users can expect competitive exchange rates, quick processing time, and multiple options to conveniently and securely send money to friends and family abroad. 

Please Note: When sending money via the airtime top-up method, taxes may apply to the amount sent, depending on the country. This means that the recipient will receive a lower amount than what was sent. 
With WorldRemit you can send a money transfer from the following states : Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, North Dakota, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin, Wyoming. Also District of Columbia and Puerto Rico.

FEATURES ((Currently showing rates for USA to IND change)

Today's Rate
$ Amount
₹ Exchange Rate
$0 - $2000
Exchange Rate Type
Transfer Fee
Bank Account
$ Amount
Up to $2000
Transfer Time
Bank Deposit
Transfer Type
  • ACH Transfer
  • Wire Transfer
Daily Transfer Limit
"Bank deposit| $2,000
Cash pickup| $1234"
Customer Service Info
Company Headquarter
London, UK
Company Type
Remittance Providers
Mobile App
Company Established
Text Update (SMS)
Email Updates
Provider's FAQs
Referral Program
Key Feature
Document Requirements


Nick Brown
Posted on March 04, 2022 03:31 pm

Have tried to send money multiple times. Confirmed identity through ID. Still doesn’t work.

Khurram Riaz
Posted on February 20, 2022 07:05 pm

They respond back quick with no help !!!!

Posted on February 13, 2022 09:02 am

I never set up an account with WorldRemit but SOMEONE did and emptied my bank account with a money transfer to Sierra Leone (no surprise there). They say they require solid proof of identity but obviously they don't since I got defrauded and now have to wait a week after speaking to my bank for the money to reappear during which I'll be penniless. Great.

Posted on December 22, 2021 11:44 am

Naresh Sarkar
Posted on December 01, 2021 04:34 pm

I have tried to use Worldremit-Malaysia on 1st December 2021 for first time to send money to India. I transferred MYR 10000 from my CIMB bank account to deposit to Yes bank India account. Even after submitting all documents like passport copy, selfie photo, income source certificate etc. and chatting with customer support, the money was not transferred the whole day. Then I escalated the status to CEO of Worldremit through email. Within a few minutes received a call from customer support UK and she after getting my permission within 15 minutes transferred the amount to my yes bank India account. All the customers writing their grievance in this forum may write to CEO if it was not already resolved.

Posted on July 17, 2021 12:47 pm

WorldRemit seems like a scam to me. They request ID documents and then cancel the transaction and close the account. I suspect they are just phishing for ID documents. Beware!!!!

Posted on July 07, 2021 09:00 am

Unsure if all the negative reviews as I have not had any issues with using their services for 6yrs now. As with all transfers due to money laundering issues across the globe, any transfer from 1K up will require your government issued identification loaded on to their system and once done, should not have problems with future transfer unless of course, flagged by the recipient country which, is out of their hands.

Posted on July 05, 2021 08:01 am

You need to pull your service from whitter village ironshore,Jamaica or have money there so people won't have to wait on other people to pay Bill's in order to recieve transactions.

Lazarus Wald
Posted on June 30, 2021 02:16 pm

It is not clear for me what you mean by closing my case. On Wednesday or Thursday last week I initiated a transfer of about US$2000 to a recipient in Brazil. Once the transfer was entered and submitted it as accepted and it was indicated that it would arrive at its destination in 24 or 48 hours. Then on Friday evening all of a sudden I received an email indicating that there were problems with the transfer and that I would have to submit documents and fill out forms with personal and financial information not only from me but also  from the recipient of the transfer as well, not only that but the method of submitting the information was very archaic and cumbersome (one would have to print out the form, fill it out by hand, and subsequently scan it) which then would represent an unusual and unreasonable amount of work. Therefore the best alternative at the time would be to simply cancel the transfer and use another provider. Not only I wasted days waiting for  a transfer that was never realized but as of now I  simply do not have access to my very own money  (it was stated that I would have to wait up to 7 days to have my money refunded) in order to execute the transfer by using another provider/service.  Ideally if worldremit had a problem processing the transfer it should be indicated right away when I was submitting the transfer in which case I would simply perform the transfer using another provider and my recipient would then have received the money within 24 hours of the submission date.  Now I am in a situation whence my recipient has not received the transfer and my money had literally been confiscated for days. Worldremit is an ignoble company and this whole situation amounts to a defraud scheme.

Posted on June 30, 2021 01:02 pm

Really poor company, customer service is amazingly bad. But they do respond quickly, just with no help. My recipient was sent $4k, money did not arrive. The said it did. Required a bank statement in pdf form. It is middle of month. They can provided that. Had to go to bank, get statement. The account is rarely used, 2 transactions in the year. They claim the statement is not valid. So they refuse to address where the money is and are not helpful. Its not millions, but its enough and causes stress and they really dont care. They say it was transferred successfully. Still fighting with them, senders beware.

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