There are many people who stay outside India in other countries. They may have gone out of India to work, educations or any other reason. And if the person who stays outside India and want to send money to India then how can he do it? There are few options to send money to India but many people suggest to use the Western Union Money Transfer.
And we will be discussing the same thing in this article of mine. I mean about the usage of the Western Union Money transfer service. If you ask for my opinion for a way to send money to India from other countries across the world. Then I recommend to use the Western Union money transfer services.
Well, I will tell you why you should use Western Union to send money to India in this article of mine.
Why You Should Use Western Union to Send Money to India?
So now let us get started with this article and check out why many people including me suggest the name of Western Union.
It is a Reliable Company.
The first thing is the Western Union is a big company and along with that, it is a reliable company. Your money is completely safe with them and it will reach the destination safely too.
The Locations are Authorized by RBI.
The locations or agents of the Western Union in India are authorized by Reserve Bank of India. (RBI)
You Can Track the Money Transfer.
When you send money to India using the Western Union then you can track the status of the money transfer. When you transfer the money the company will provide you a Money Transfer Control Number. (MTCN) And with the help of this MTCN, you can track the status of your money transfer.
Money is Transferred Quickly.
As soon as you transfer money to India using the Western Union, the money will be available to the receiver in minutes. But only when the agent location is operating. (working hours)
So these are the four reasons why you should use Western Union to send money to India. If you have any kind of doubts then you can comment below.
Also read how your receiver can receive money through Western Union in India.
Disclaimer: I am not a part of The Western Union, and I am not an agent of the company. This article is just for educational purpose.