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international money transfers
Azimo Ltd is an electronic money institution
focused on international money transfers. Azimo Ltd offers international payments, international payrolls to natural persons, business entities. Incorporated in the United Kingdom, Azimo Ltd is authorized and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.
- international payments
- international payrolls
- natural persons
- business entities
Azimo offers money transfers between more than 195 countries in more than 150 currencies. Money can be sent from bank accounts, debit cards, credit cards and received to bank accounts, mobile phone accounts, cash pick-up points. Transfers made with Azimo are usually completed within 0-4 days.
- bank accounts
- debit cards
- credit cards
- bank accounts
- mobile phone accounts
- cash pick-up points
On average, a transfer with Azimo takes one working day.
The delivery time of a transfer may vary depending on:
- the country the money is being sent to,
- the chosen delivery method
- and the way a sender pays for the transfer.
Payments done by card are a much faster option, as they only take a few minutes to reach Azimo's account.
In order to transfer money quickly, Azimo holds funds in most currencies around the world
which means that it can send money instantly to 60+ countries.
Azimo allows to send money from 25 countries, namely:
Azimo allows to send money to more than 195 countries.
Sending Methods•Bank Account
A sender needs to transfer the full amount from his/her own bank account into Azimo's
bank account. This can be done through online banking, calling the bank,
or visiting the bank's branch in person.•Personal Debit and Credit Cards
- A sender should be using his/her personal card, so that the name on the card should match the name on his/her Azimo account
- The maximum sending amounts for card payments is around 13,500 EUR
- Azimo do not accept the following card types:
- Prepaid cards
- Virtual cards
- American Express
- Miles & More
Receiving Methods•Bank Account
Direct to bank is a transfer when the money is delivered straight to the recipient’s
bank account in local currency.
Mobile top-up is a transfer where a sender can add credit to the recipient’s
local mobile number. Mobile top-ups are usually processed within minutes.
A mobile wallet is an electronic wallet that allows to store, send and receive money
on a cleint's mobile phone.
Cash pick-up is a transfer when the transfer's recipient can collect as physical cash
from over 200,000 secure pick-up locations around the world.
Home delivery is a transfer where the money is securely delivered straight to
the recipient’s door within 24 hours.
Advantages of Azimo Transfers•Fast transfers to 195+ countries
•Available for individuals and business entities
•Variety of receiving options
•Variety of sending options
•First two transfers are fee-free
Disadvantages of Azimo Transfers•Sending money available from Europe only
•May not be the cheapest option
How Azimo Transfers Work
Login or register
Login or register at Azimo website.
Enter recipient details and amount
Set up the transfer by entering all details yourself or requesting
them via Azimo's app.
Visa, Master Card, Maestro and bank transfers accepted.
Money from our local partner's account is sent to your
recipient's bank or cash pick-up point.
Money can be delivered in minutes to a few days,
depending how fast your recipient's bank can process it.
You receive e-mail confirmation.
Alternatives to Azimo Transfers
Operations with Cryptocurrencies
Azimo do not conduct operations with
Mobile Applications *)
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Country of RegistrationUnited Kingdom
Authorized ByFinancial Conduct Authority
Authorization Granted5 April 2018
Azimo Ltd is authorized by the Financial Conduct Authority (reference number 900220) for money remittance. The authorization was granted on 5 April 2018.
Due to EEA passport rules Azimo Ltd, can conduct its activities in any of the 31 EEA member states. Azimo Ltd do not participate in deposit guarantee schemes.
Upper Street 173, N1 1RG, London, United Kingdom