In some cases, international senders can choose when the exchange rate is set. This could either be when funds are sent or received. If the sender chooses for the exchange rate to be set when the funds are received, the exact amount received may vary from the estimated amount sent. This may be due to currency fluctuations from the time the funds have been sent out.
Articles in this section
- How do I cash in from Western Union?
- How do I send funds from a Western Union branch?
- What are the requirements for receiving funds from Western Union in my Coins.ph wallet?
- What information do I need from my sender in order to receive the funds in my Coins.ph wallet?
- Why is my actual amount received different from my estimated amount?
- Are there fees for sending and receiving funds from Western Union?
- How can I track the status of my MTCN?
- What is an MTCN?
- How long does it take to receive funds in my wallet?
- How soon after I transfer money will the funds be available for my recipient?