SendMoneyPacific - saving you time and money
Interested in finding lower international money transfer costs for the Pacific Islands?
SendMoneyPacific is a government backed initiative that aims to provide accurate and helpful information on sending money overseas to South Pacific island nations* from Australia, New Zealand or the USA**.
We provide important information on international money transfer costs, answering questions about exchange rates, transfer times, protection of funds, when and where exchanges can be made, and much more.
In short, SendMoneyPacific can let you know the true cost of sending your money overseas and let you know the cheapest and most efficient ways to do it.
Use our site to compare costs for money transfers to Fiji, Kiribati, Papua New Guinea, Samoa, Solomon Islands, Tonga, Tuvalu or Vanuatu and ensure you are getting the best rates.
SendMoneyPacific provides a cost comparison for money transfers to the Pacific Islands – it does not handle money transfers and we have no invested interest in the money transfer companies we advise on. We simply provide free information so you can get the best deal on your international money transfer costs.
* From Australia and New Zealand you can compare costs of money transfers to Fiji, Kiribati, Papua New Guinea, Samoa, Solomon Islands, Tonga, Tuvalu and Vanuatu
**From the USA you can compare costs of money transfers to Fiji, Western Samoa and Tonga
Why use this service?
Free Government service
SendMoneyPacific is supported by the Australian and New Zealand governments.
Saves you time
No need to call or check several websites to compare costs.
Find the best deal
Comparing costs of money transfers can save you money.
Get more money back home
The savings you make can mean more money back home to your family and friends.
What our users say
Pretty detailed and well informed site.
I think it’s a great service and always check the SendMoneyPacific website to see which company offers the best rates. I now see that there are much cheaper rates offered than I have been paying, which will help me save money. And that means my father and aunt in Fiji will receive more money.
SendMoneyPacific is a valuable resource for our Pacific communities because remittances are the major financial lifeline of our families and communities.
NSWCPC is proud to partnership with SendMoneyPacific check out their Facebook page/website. Find the cheapest, easiest way to send money. SendMoneyPacific is a useful resource to help the Pacific Island communities in Australia make sure they aren't paying more than they should when sending money home. Pacific people can use their website to find the cheapest, easiest way to send money to their family and friends. You can see how much different money transfer operators charge and how long they take. Information is totally free and unbiased.
SendMoneyPacific is an invaluable resource for Pacific Islanders, their families living overseas and others who support them through cash donations. Sending money to this region has always been challenging and costly but SendMoneyPacific addresses this through the provision of accurate and comprehensive information, aimed at providing the best value for money experience for senders and receivers. I am a fan of the website, not just for its information on money transfers but also for news and community pages highlighting the goings on in the Pacific and immigrant communities all over the world. Well done Send Money Pacific!
Really shows the advantages & disadvantges of sending money using all the different available facilities, so you make the best choice on which one to use to send money.
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