About MoneyGram

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The MoneyGram brand is recognized throughout the world as a leading global payment services company. The diverse array of products and services we offer enables consumer and businesses to make payments and transfer money around the world. From New York to Russia or London to India - in more than 191 countries - MoneyGram's money transfer service moves money quickly and easily around the world.

Our payment services also help businesses operate more efficiently and cost effectively. We offer our products and services to consumers and businesses through a worldwide network of agents and financial institution customers.

Global Funds Transfer

  • MoneyGram Money Transfer

    Our global money transfer service allows consumers to send and receive money worldwide, primarily through a global network of third-party agents that use our money transfer systems. In addition to person-to-person (also known as cash-to-cash), customers have alternatives in money transfer delivery channels such as direct-to-account, ATMs and kiosks for deposit and cash receive, cash-to-a mobile phone and cash-to-card.

  • MoneyGram Bill Payments Services

    Our bill payment services allow consumers to make urgent payments or pay routine bills through our network to certain creditors ("billers"). We maintain relationships with billers in key industries which include the credit card, mortgage, auto finance, telecommunications, corrections, satellite, prepaid card and collections industries. Bill payment services also enable consumers to load and reload prepaid debit cards.

Financial Paper Products

  • Money Order

    MoneyGram is the second largest money order supplier. Money orders can be purchased at a vast nationwide network of retail and financial institution locations across the United States.

  • Official Checks

    We offer Official Check Outsource Services which are available to financial institutions in the United States through our PrimeLink&req; service. Official checks are used by consumers where a payee requires a check drawn on a bank and by financial institutions to pay their own obligations.