How to send money to Morocco

International money transfers don’t have to be expensive. Here’s how you can send money to Morocco.

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What are your options if you want to send money to friends or family in Morocco? Be aware that banks can charge you a lot of money to send money overseas, and transfers may take several days. Compare your money transfer options to find the best way to send money to Morocco without paying high fees or losing out on a bad exchange rate.

How to send money to Morocco

Sending money to Morocco isn’t a difficult or complicated process. Most money transfer companies follow the same steps so you can get dirhams to your recipient as quickly as possible.

  1. Choose a provider from the comparison table below.
  2. Click “Go to Site” and create an account with the provider.
  3. Start a transaction and fill in your recipient’s information.
  4. Select the amount you want to transfer.
  5. Pay for your transaction and save your tracking number.

Compare money transfer services to Morocco

Min. Transfer Amount Transfer Speed Online Transfer Fee Rate Amount Received Description CTA Details
USD 1 Within an hour HKD 10.00 1.237 MAD
6,174
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USD 10 1 - 2 days HKD 155.00 1.242 MAD
6,019
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USD 100 1 day HKD 15.00 1.237 MAD
6,168
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Disclaimer: Exchange rates change often. Confirm the total cost with the provider before transferring money.

Options for sending money to Morocco from Hong Kong

  • Bank transfers. Bank-to-bank transfers can be expensive, but they are a safe and secure option.
  • Online money transfer providers. Online money transfer companies tend to have lower fees and faster delivery times than banks.
  • Money transfer companies with cash pick-up options. Western Union is one company that offers cash pick-up for your recipient.
  • PayPal. PayPal allows you to send international money transfers almost anywhere in the world.
  • Cheques. International cheques are a slow but reliable transfer method.

Banks versus money transfer companies

Banks are generally considered a secure, easy way to send money to another country. However, with the increase of money transfer companies, you have more options if you’re looking to send money to Morocco. There aren’t many options yet, but those that are available may offer better exchange rates and lower fees than banks, getting your recipient more money while costing you less.

Foreign exchange rates explained

The exchange rate between HKD and MAD determines how many dirhams you can send to Morocco per dollar. Because the Hong Kong dollar is strong against the Moroccan dirham, you can expect to get quite a few dirhams for every dollar you transfer. This rate fluctuates daily based on a number of factors, including inflation, global economic stability and interest rates.

Emergency cash transfers in Morocco

You may be able to find a transfer company that can send money quickly to Morocco, but be warned: this process is usually much more costly, and you’ll generally be offered a much lower exchange rate than market value. If your recipient can wait a day or two, you’ll both benefit by being able to take advantage of better rates and lower fees.

Tips for picking up cash in Morocco

If you’re picking up cash from a transfer agent in Morocco, follow a few simple safety precautions to prevent yourself becoming a target for thieves:

  • Avoid any high-crime areas and be aware of your personal safety at all times.
  • Secure your wallet and/or bag at all times.
  • Don’t advertise the fact that you have a just picked up a big wad of cash to anyone.
  • Consider asking a friend to accompany you when you pick up the cash.
  • Deposit large amounts into your bank account – don’t carry them around the street.

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