As with several other Western Union alternatives, WorldFirst started out small. It began operations from a basement in South London, in 2004. It now has offices in Australia, Hong Kong and Singapore. Depending on where you live, you can use its dedicated websites for the UK, France, Australia, Japan, China, Hong Kong and Singapore. However, the website you choose has a bearing on the services you can access. For example, the Japanese and Chinese websites are only for online resellers. Depending on the website you choose, you might be able to access it in a local language. Read the complete WorldFirst review.
Until 2015, OFX operated as OzForex. This Australia-based money transfer company began operations in 1998. However, at that point it functioned as an information-only website. Now, this Western Union alternative also has offices in New Zealand, the UK, the U.S., Canada and Hong Kong. OFX operates dedicated websites for different markets. Read the detailed OFX review.
Developed in Estonia, this Western Union competitor has its headquarters in the UK. TransferWise also has offices in Estonia and the U.S. While this specialist money transfer company offers a single website, you can access it in multiple languages. These include English, French, Italian, Spanish, Dutch and Portuguese. This is another company that accepts payments via credit cards. Start reading the complete TransferWise review.
If you are looking for a Western Union competitor that provides website access in English, French or Spanish, WorldRemit is worth reviewing. This company has been around since 2010. It has its headquarters in the UK, with offices also in North America and Australasia. You can pay for your transfer through this company using different methods, credit cards included. Continue reading about WorldRemit.