Sending money is now easier than ever. Choose our cash pickup transfer service, and allow your friends and family to collect cash from hundreds of pickup locations.
Your recipient can collect from any branch of the following banks:
Access Bank: Access Bank is a Nigerian multinational commercial bank, owned by Access Bank Group. It is licensed by the Central Bank of Nigeria, the national banking regulator. View Access Bank's cash pick up locations.
Fidelity: Fidelity Bank is one of the leading retail banks in Nigeria, offering a comprehensive range of services that are used by more than 4 million customers. It has an extensive network of over 250 branches across the country with a strong presence in all the major states and cities. View Fidelity Bank's cash pickup locations.
First Bank: The First Bank of Nigeria, also known simply as First Bank, is the largest bank in Nigeria with more than 14 million customers, 7,000 staff and 750 business offices. As well as having excellent coverage across Nigeria, First Bank also has locations in the UK, Beijing, Johannesburg and across Africa. View First Bank's cash pickup locations.
Guaranty Trust Bank (GTBank): Guaranty Trust Bank PLC was incorporated as a limited liability company licensed to provide commercial and other banking services to the Nigerian public in 1990. The Bank commenced operations in February 1991 and has since then grown to become one of the most respected and service-focused banks in Nigeria.
With 222 branches and 30 e-branches, it is one of the largest banks in Nigeria with strong financial technology foothold.
Polaris Bank: Polaris Bank is one of the largest banks in Nigeria with more than 350 branches across the country. It also operates in Sierra Leone, Liberia, Angola, the Gambia, the Republic of Guinea and Equatorial Guinea. View Polaris Bank's cash pickup locations.
Union Bank: View Union Bank's cash pickup locations.
United Bank for Africa (UBA): In late 1949, The British and French Bank Limited (BFB) commenced business in Nigeria. BFB was a subsidiary of Banque Nationale de Credit (BNCI) Paris, which transformed its London branch into a separate subsidiary called the British and French Bank, with shares held by Banque Nationale de Credit and two British investment firms: S.G. Warburg & Company and Robert Benson & Company. Following Nigeria's independence from Britain, UBA was incorporated on 23rd, February 1961 to take over the business of BFB. UBA eventually listed its shares on the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE).
The Bank currently operates in 20 African countries with a strong branch presence of 465 locations across Nigeria.
Zenith Bank: View Zenith Bank's cash pickup locations.
What is a cash pickup?
A cash pickup allows you to transfer money from more than 140 countries around the world to family and friends living, working or travelling in Nigeria. Once the transfer has been made, the person you’re sending to will be able to pick up the cash from numerous locations - usually within just a few minutes!
Why use our cash transfer service?
We offer low fees and some of the most competitive exchange rates you’ll find. We show all our fees and exchange rates upfront, so you'll never get a surprise at the end.
Not only are we super fast, but we use industry-leading technology to keep our service safe and secure.
No need to visit an agent. Send 70 currencies to 130 countries, from your smartphone or computer
We use industry-leading technology that protects your money and guarantees it arrives safely every time.
90% of our transactions are completed in minutes
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