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What are MoneyGram fees?

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Moneygram fees to transfer money vary widely depending on where the individual is sending and receiving the money and how much money is being transferred. For example, to transfer $100.00 within the United States, it costs about $11.50; whereas, transferring $1000.00 from Argentina to Belgium costs approximately $50.00.

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Moneygram also offers services specifically for people who transfer money frequently. Sending one Moneygram bundle costs $15.00, but that cost decreases per bundle, as the customer sends more bundles.

Moneygram offers online money-sending services as well as the ability to pick up the money at one of their worldwide locations. The money received is typically issued in the receiving country's currency.

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    How do you receive money from MoneyGram?

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    How do you send money online through MoneyGram?

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    How do you fill out a MoneyGram money order?

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