Do you know you can receive or send money directly from your account abroad with our western union money transfer? Yes, you can! Take the advantage now!
When it comes to Sending or Receiving money to and from abroad, there is no better way than FirstBank’s Western Union Money Transfer Services. With over 25years partnership with Western Union, our wealth of experience in pioneering remittance payout gives us the edge in the market. We are open all through the week in our over 750 locations spread across the country and on weekends at designated locations to meet your demands. So, think FirstBank when next you want to receive or send money through Western Union money transfer.
You can contact our Money Transfer Department via mail on Money_Transfer_Department@firstbanknigeria.com.
Alternatively, you can call 019057125, 019057144, 019057122, 019057142
A “No match found” transaction could occur as a result of the following:
- Wrong MTCN
- Stale Transfer
- Already paid Transfer.
Contact your Sender to investigate with Western Union International.
FirstBank does not determine the rate of conversion for the transactions. The rates are automated on the software and are not customized for manipulation by the Bank.
The operator keeps the original copy of the form as a proof that the customer visited the location and the transfer was not paid based on the reason(s) annotated on the form.
You cannot send funds as a company or to a company. The CBN policy states that the outbound service is strictly on “a person to person basis”. No business transactions are allowed.
You can receive directly into your bank account by giving the sender your account number.
We will automatically create tier one domiciliary account for remittance into Naira account and remit your funds in the new account.
Yes, all beneficiaries of international money transfer are eligible for this promo and would remove 5 Naira for every dollar received through their FirstBank account. This incentive payment is valid until discontinuation by the Central Bank of Nigeria.
There is no limit on the amount to be received.