How much does it cost to send money to Zimbabwe using WorldRemit?
If you are looking to send money to friends and relatives in Zimbabwe via WorldRemit, this article shows you how much it is going to cost you for various amount. Needless to say here that a large number of Zimbabweans survive through the money that is sent back home from the Diaspora. So, what are the Worldremit charges for transferring money to Zimbabwe?
|Send Amount||Fees||Total to Pay||Your recipient gets|
|USD 10||USD 4.99||USD 14.99||USD 10|
|USD 20||USD 4.99||USD 24.99||USD 20|
|USD 30||USD 4.99||USD 34.99||USD 30|
|USD 40||USD 4.99||USD 44.99||USD 40|
|USD 50||USD 4.99||USD 54.99||USD 50|
|USD 51||USD 6.99||USD 57.99||USD 51|
|USD 60||USD 6.99||USD 66.99||USD 60|
|USD 70||USD 6.99||USD 76.99||USD 70|
|USD 80||USD 6.99||USD 86.99||USD 80|
|USD 90||USD 6.99||USD 96.99||USD 90|
|USD 100||USD 6.99||USD 106.99||USD 100|
|USD 110||USD 6.99||USD 116.99||USD 110|
|USD 150||USD 6.99||USD 156.99||USD 150|
|USD 151||USD 9.99||USD 160.99||USD 151|
|USD 160||USD 9.99||USD 169.99||USD 160|
|USD 200||USD 9.99||USD 209.99||USD 200|
|USD 201||USD 11.99||USD 212.99||USD 201|
|USD 210||USD 11.99||USD 221.99||USD 210|
|USD 300||USD 11.99||USD 311.99||USD 300|
|USD 301||USD 16.99||USD 317.99||USD 301|
|USD 310||USD 16.99||USD 326.99||USD 310|
|USD 500||USD 16.99||USD 516.99||USD 500|
|USD 501||USD 19.99||USD 520.99||USD 501|
|USD 510||USD 19.99||USD 525.99||USD 510|
|USD 600||USD 19.99||USD 619.99||USD 600|
|USD 601||USD 34.99||USD 635.99||USD 601|
|USD 610||USD 34.99||USD 644.99||USD 610|
|USD 1000||USD 34.99||USD 1034.99||USD 1000|
|USD 1001||USD 44.99||USD 1045.99||USD 1001|
|USD 1500||USD 44.99||USD 1544.99||USD 1500|
|USD 1501||USD 49.99||USD 1550.99||USD 1501|
|USD 2000||USD 49.99||USD 2049.99||USD 2000|
|USD 2001||USD 25.00||USD 2026.00||USD 2001|
|USD 9000||USD 25.00||USD 9025.00||USD 9000|
Worldremit Fees for Sending Money to Zimbabwe Explained
The table above assumes that you wish to have your relatives in Zimbabwe collect cash from the bank. The alternatives are to have them receive the money that you send to Zimbabwe through Worldremit into their bank accounts, or to have them receive the money into their Ecocash accounts.
Cash is the Obvious Choice
When it comes to sending money to Zimbabwe using World Remit, having family and friends collect cash United States Dollars is the obvious choice. For one thing, the black market rate for the virtual money that’s used in Zimbabwe has continued to fall, with reports indicating that 100 United States dollars will now buy you 200 virtual dollars.
Having the money that you send to Zimbabwe through Worldremit deposited into your relatives’ accounts effectively means, therefore, that you will be losing half the value per transaction. That’s clearly not an option.
The fortunate part is that cash United States Dollars are still available in Zimbabwe. Now, back to Worldremit charges when sending money to Zimbabwe;
- The charge to transfer money to Zimbabwe via Worldremit from $0 to $50 is $4.99.
- From $51 to $150, Worldremit charges stand at $6.99.
- Wordremit charges $9.99 for transfers amounts from $151 to $200.
- From $201 to $300, Word Remit charges $11.99.
- From $301 to $500, the transfer fee for Worldremit is $16.99.
- The cost of sending USD $501 to USD $600 to Zimbabwe via Worldremit is $19.99.
- If you want to send between $601 and $1000 using World Remit, the charge is $34.99.
- From $1001 to $1500, World Remit charges stand at $44.99.
- The Worldremit charge for sending money to Zimbabwe ranging from $1501 to $2000 is $49.99.
- From $2001 to $9000, the Worldremit fee for transferring money to Zimbabwe falls back to $25.
What’s the maximum amount that can be sent to Zimbabwe using World Remit?
The Maximum amount that you can transfer to Zimbabwe using World Remit stands at $9000.
Is Worldremit Cheap?
WorldRemit is definitely an affordable way through which you can send money to your relatives in Zimbabwe. Note that the charges in the table above may be slightly different, depending on the country from which the money is being transferred. In the above example, we used the United States as the country from which the money was coming.