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Payments via Western Union from Australia
Thread poster: Monica Colangelo

Monica Colangelo  Identity Verified
Argentina
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Feb 26, 2004

I would very much appreciate it if someone living in Australia could help me. I normally receive international payments via WUI but an Australian agency refuses to send me the money this way because the transfer fee is sky-high.
I have contacted Western Union's main office in Buenos Aires but they have no information. Could somebody please find out for me how much they charge to transfer US$ 197 from Melbourne to Buenos Aires?

Thanks a bunch!


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Elvira Stoianov  Identity Verified
Luxembourg
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I think you can find out the fees from their website Feb 26, 2004

I think there's a possibility to enter the country and calculate taxes, but I'm not sure.

I have found a price calculator on their site, but I think it only works for the US.

Sending 197 from California to Australia costs 22 USD.

I guess the charges should be about the same in all countries.

[Edited at 2004-02-26 17:06]


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