Can I send money abroad using a debit card?

Yes, you can pay for your money transfer by debit card.

 The money must come from your own bank account. So, the name on your card must match the name on your TransferLab account. If it doesn't, your transfer will be delayed and we may have to cancel it.

How to make a card payment

When you reach the final step of setting up your transfer, you'll see “debit card” as a payment option. At this stage we'll ask for:

  • Card number (16 Digits)
  • Expiry date (MM/YY)
  • CVV/CVC number (the last 3 digits of the number printed on the signature strip on the back of the card)

After entering these details, select “Pay”. You may be taken to the 3D Secure (3DS) authentication screen. Once you've completed the 3DS process and the payment has been approved and completed by your bank, you'll be taken to our payment confirmation screen.

All your data is encrypted. We process your card payments in our secure debit card processor. We never save the CVV/CVC number. You'll need to confirm this every time you make a card payment.

There will be a small fee for sending money abroad using your debit card. Our fees are lower than the banks and competitive with the leading global remittance providers. Check out the fees via our quick quote calculator on our homepage.