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Find a MoneyGram location

The second-largest worldwide money transfer service has over 350,000 locations in 200 countries.

MoneyGram is one of the largest money transfer providers in the world, with over 350,000 locations across 200 countries where you can send or receive money in person. With one of the most extensive networks, sending money with MoneyGram may be as simple as visiting your nearest drugstore. But this convenience comes at a cost, as MoneyGram tends to have higher fees and weaker exchange rates.

How do I find a MoneyGram location near me?

The Find a Location tool on MoneyGram’s website is a user-friendly way to scout out your destination options. Simply:

  1. Select your country.
  2. Enter your address, including city and state or ZIP code.
  3. Browse the provided map for nearby options.

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There’s more than one MoneyGram location in every US state. Cash pickup is available in over 200 countries and in more than 45 currencies.

However, keep in mind that MoneyGram is not offered in the following countries:

  • Burma
  • Cuba
  • Iran
  • Iraq
  • Russia
  • North Korea
  • Lebanon
  • Sudan
  • Syria

    What services do MoneyGram locations offer?

    Each MoneyGram partner location has its own special features, depending on what type of business it is. MoneyGram tends to work mostly with drugstores, local banks, grocery stores and retailers. Walmart is a major US partner.

    Services vary by location, but most US MoneyGram agent locations let you:

    • Send money
    • Receive money
    • Pay a bill
    • Add minutes to a phone
    • Add cash to PayPal
    • Receive and send currency
    • Cash a money order
    • Reload other prepaid cards

    Does MoneyGram have any 24-hour locations?

    Yes. For in-person 24/7 pickup, choose a partner location that’s open around the clock.

    Since MoneyGram offers online money transfers, you can always send or receive money 24/7 through its website.

    How do I send money from a MoneyGram location?

    Find a MoneyGram location by using the Find a location tool on its website. Make sure you bring the necessary information with you. You will need to provide:

    • Your name as it appears on your government-issued ID.
    • Your phone number and address.
    • The amount of money you’re sending.
    • How the transfer will be received.
    • The receiver’s name as it appears on their government-issued ID.
    • The receiver’s phone number and email address. If you’re sending money for cash pickup, you’ll note the receiver’s location as well.

    Hand the money — plus fees — to the MoneyGram agent, and your money transfer will be on its way. Remember to note the 8-digit reference number on your receipt so your recipient can use it when picking up the funds.

    Sending money online for in-store pickup

    To send money online, go to MoneyGram’s website and log in or create an account. Initiate the transfer by providing the receiver’s information, the amount of money you’re sending and the pick-up method.

    Pay using a debit card, credit card or directly from your bank account. After verifying your identity, the transfer is ready for in-store pickup within minutes. Use our comparison table below to calculate fees on your MoneyGram transfer without having to sign up for an account.

    Sending money online and paying with cash

    MoneyGram also provides the option to initiate a transfer online but then complete it by paying cash at one of its participating agent locations. All you need to do is:

    1. Enter your transaction information online and select Cash at a location.
    2. Find a MoneyGram location near you using the Find a location tool on MoneyGram’s website.
    3. Visit your selected location within 24 hours. Remember to take a valid photo ID with you.
    4. Give your name and payment to the store associate to complete the transaction.

    How can I pick up money from a MoneyGram location?

    First, find a MoneyGram location that’s convenient for you. Remember to check the store’s opening times and bring the following:

    • Reference number. The sender should pass this information on after they initiate the transfer.
    • Identification. Government-issued ID, such as a passport or driver’s license.
    • Proof of address. If your current address isn’t listed on your ID, bring a utility bill or bank statement as a backup.

    Once there, you’ll fill out a receiving form with your name and reference number. Then, return the form to the MoneyGram agent, and they will process the transaction.

    Alternatives to sending cash with MoneyGram

    Typically, the quickest way to send money is with an electronic bank-to-bank transfer through MoneyGram’s website. Select Account Transfer, enter your recipient’s info and input the routing and account number of your banks.

    Other money transfer options include:

    • MoneyGram Sendbot. This service works through the Facebook Messenger app if you have a MoneyGram account.
    • Mobile Wallet. Select Account Deposit as the receive option. Just remember that your recipient must have an account with a mobile wallet service provider.
    • Send to a Correctional Facility. Fund an inmate’s commissary or calling account by entering the inmate’s name, correctional ID, facility name and facility code. Select the Pay Bills tab, then select Federal Bureau of Prisons as the company you want to pay.

    To learn more about MoneyGram’s money transfer services, take a look at our in-depth review.

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