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Feedback on Western Union

Discussion in 'Logistics - Payment & Shipping' started by uomo-donna, Feb 20, 2004.

  1. uomo-donna

    uomo-donna

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    Can somebody explain how western union works? I don't understand it even after i went to their website.

    What are the charges going to be to transfer funds?


    Also in US, people tend to use paypal. What about users in UK?

    Fastpay? pppay.com?

    Regards
  2. Ben Turpin

    Ben Turpin

    Joined:
    Nov 5, 2003
    Messages:
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    Western Union charges are pretty expensive... basically you fill out a form, pay the teller the money you want to transfer, pay the fee..

    Western Union then sends the money to the person you require. They need to visit a western union office in their own country, and quote the senders name and addres, as well as proof of their own identity..

    I'm a little hazy, since it's been a long time since i used it... but i think that's pretty much it [​IMG]

    as for UK, PayPal is pretty popular too, and NoChex is growing slowly too [​IMG]
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