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|Easiest Way To Send Money from Nigeria to US? by pheebs: 10:47pm On Dec 19, 2008|
I would like to find out some information from the forum:
1. What is easiest and cheapest way to send money from US to Nigeria, from Nigeria to US and how long it takes?
2. What is the easiest way to goods to Nigeria from US?
3. Can i direct ebay to send goods i buy online to a Nigeria address?
|Re: Easiest Way To Send Money from Nigeria to US? by xposure(m): 1:51pm On Dec 20, 2008|
It will be a good idea if you do some research yourself but i can offer some advise.
Sending money to U.S or receiving: i think you go through the banks.
As regards goods, it depends on what you are sending and how fast you want it. The cost implication differs.
A lot of dealers do not send goods or services outside U.S but there are few ones that do so you need to consult and make inquiry.
|Re: Easiest Way To Send Money from Nigeria to US? by MassOptin(m): 1:18am On Dec 22, 2008|
You cannot send money abroad from Nigeria. That is confirmed. You cannot use either Western Union or Money gram. But you can pay by Liberty Reserve and Bank Wire Transfer. Wire is relatively cheap but takes time to reach the seller. Liberty is not cheap but fast, almost instant like Paypal. Liberty is good for Sellers, Paypal is good for Buyers. Get the hint.
Thanks, hope my answer helps (www.massoptins.com)
|Re: Easiest Way To Send Money from Nigeria to US? by pheebs: 5:44pm On Dec 23, 2008|
If i cannot use western union or moneygram, what are they there for then?
when you talk about wire, it is expensive because when i hear the rates i am been told, it is very discouraging
Liberty Reserve's operations are questionable.
surely there must be a clean and affordable way to transfer money accross continents,
|Re: Easiest Way To Send Money from Nigeria to US? by MassOptin(m): 6:08pm On Dec 23, 2008|
If you want to transfer money across continents you have to get online merchant account like PAYPAL or LIBERTY RESERVE. Paypal is usually preferred by online buyers (as there is strong buyer protection), and Liberty Reserve usually by sellers (as refunds are not possible).
Do a little reserch and you will be able to find out payments across countries.
|Re: Easiest Way To Send Money from Nigeria to US? by brauneyes: 11:09pm On Dec 29, 2008|
pheebs:(1) The best way i know is to open a domiciliary account in Naija, then transfer the funds to a bank account in the US.
(2) There are several ways of doing that, you have to determine which way u wanna use. Air, Ocean, etc.
(3) Capital NO. There is so much fraud from Nigeria.
|Re: Easiest Way To Send Money from Nigeria to US? by nthnymarce(m): 3:40pm On Dec 31, 2008|
U can contact Nippon America. His coperate head office is in Jibowu, lagos , Nigeria.
|Re: Easiest Way To Send Money from Nigeria to US? by 9to5365(m): 6:49am On Jan 02, 2009|
Try www.opujoe.com they helped me get some things from the US. They have a good service.
|Re: Easiest Way To Send Money from Nigeria to US? by OrderBay(f): 5:14pm On Jan 02, 2009|
You can also try www.orderbay.com.
OrderBay.com is an innovative on-line company that offers the following services:
Sourcing Services: we help customers to purchase items from North American stores e.g. electronics, books, clothing, laptops, etc.
Payment Services: we help customers to make payments to North American merchants and merchants from other countries e.g. payments for GRE, GMAT, TOEFL, professional memberships, payments to PayPal accounts, etc.
Debit Card Services: we help customers to purchase prepaid non-reloadale debit cards that can be used for making on-line payments.
Check out or web site at www.orderbay.com
The OrderBay Team
|Re: Easiest Way To Send Money from Nigeria to US? by niyisky: 6:39pm On Jan 03, 2009|
HAVE YOU EVER BEEN HIT HAD TRYING TO SEND MONEY ABROAD, I WAS ONCE A VICTIM WHEN I TRIED TO FUND MY SPORTS BETTING ACCOUNT. IT TOOK ME OVER TWO MONTHS PROCESS BEFORE I COULD GET A DOMICILIARY ACCOUNT, JUST TO DISCOVER THAT WHEN I SEND MONEY ABROAD VIA BANK WIRE ,IT TAKES NOTHING LESS THAN TEN DAYS BEFORE THE MONEY COULD GET TO ITS DESTINATION. THE SAME IS APPLICABLE WHEN I WITHRAW. FUNNY ENOUGH ALL THE TRUSTED AND RELIABLE INTERNET PAYMENT PROVIDER DO NOT ACCEPT NIGERIANS OR SHALL WE EVEN TALK ABOUT THE HEAVY BANK CHARGES, THEN I WENT ON RESEARCH AND DISCOVERED THAT YOU CAN ACTUALLY SEND MONEY VIA WESTERN UNION WITHOUT PROBLEMS. THE BEAUTY ABOUT THIS IS THAT I SENT MONEY TO MY SPORT BETTING ACCOUNT IN UK AROUND TEN IN THE MORNING AND BEFORE FIVE PM THE SAME DAY, THE MONEY IS ALREADY IN MY ACCOUNT AND I PLACE BET WITH IT IMMEDIATELY. AND WHEN YOU WITHRAW, THE SAME THING HAPPENS. VERY EASY, TESTED AND TRUSTED. IF YOU NEED THIS SERVICE, PLEASE CONTACT ME. MY PROMISE IS THAT I WILL HELP YOU SEND MONEY TO ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD VIA WESTERN UNION.I WILL ALSO LET YOU KNOW THE BETTING PLATFORM THAT ACCEPT WESTERN UNION FROM NIGERIANS.
|Re: Easiest Way To Send Money from Nigeria to US? by CarlosVent(m): 11:06am On Nov 25, 2009|
as an importer i buy USA computers. can buy in ebay, amazon and some notable stores and then send them to my office in New York from there to Nigeria in just 5 to 9days.
if u need our services visit our website below and then click on online payment and u will see details.
|Re: Easiest Way To Send Money from Nigeria to US? by denny4ril: 7:35pm On May 07, 2010|
i support liberty reserve for money transfer. it is easy, instant and little charges are paid
|Re: Easiest Way To Send Money from Nigeria to US? by emmybabe: 11:25am On Jul 27, 2010|
i know of a company , apparently they have only just started, they are quite cheap from what i heard
its called afrotradegroup
hope this helps
|Re: Easiest Way To Send Money from Nigeria to US? by patrick45(m): 7:41am On Jul 28, 2010|
Afrotrade Group only takes inbound transfers ( remittances from the diaspora to nigeria) only. You cannot send money out of the country with money transfer operators. Wire transfers only from banks and Paypal/Liberty reserve.
|Re: Easiest Way To Send Money from Nigeria to US? by SAPNETUK: 9:49am On Oct 11, 2010|
We offer thesame services too. We enable all types of International ePayments/shopping. Our website is www.sapnetsolutions.co.uk
|Re: Easiest Way To Send Money from Nigeria to US? by moneytran(f): 10:48pm On Nov 09, 2010|
i work for international money transfer. our rate is lowest compare to any money transfer
we do wire, bank to bank,pick up cash etc
contact me for more information at email@example.com
|Re: Easiest Way To Send Money from Nigeria to US? by moneynow: 1:03am On Nov 17, 2010|
Most companies and esp those in us don't do business with Nigerians living in Nigeria. So you need a us address to do business with, you can get one through graphcard.com
The easiest way to buy goods from us and have it shipped to Nigeria is by using this website myus.com
Check them out, their rates are ok.
|Re: Easiest Way To Send Money from Nigeria to US? by mubaraqqq(f): 11:46am On Nov 11, 2011|
It is uncommon to send money from Nigeria to a recipient abroad. The usual activity is that the Nigerians who are working overseas are the ones who are sending money back to their families and relatives in Nigeria. However, due to the negative reports about Nigeria being a country for money laundering activities, one cannot send or receive money through Western Union Transfer Fund.
HOW TO SEND MONEY FROM NIGERIA
Open a foreign currency domiciliary account – a domiciliary account is a foreign currency dominated account and all banks in Nigeria are offering this kind of services.
Tax clearance card
2 Reference letters (2 letters from 2 domiciliary account holders under the same bank you are opening an account with)
Utility bills (PCHN, Water bill, NITEL)
2 passport photos
100USD or 50Pounds
Read more about this article here http://shikenan.com/article-details/1/69/2/The-Best-Way-to-Send-Money-from-Nigeria
|Re: Easiest Way To Send Money from Nigeria to US? by afrotradeg(f): 12:29pm On Dec 01, 2011|
Many thanks Mr Patrick,
Our system can accept Naira for payments in the Uk and the US i.e We can provide remittance from Nigeria to europe, china, US e.t.c)
We also make payment on behalf of Sports betting Companies, Just provide your reference number or account number with the betting companies with their bank details
we will credit the account for you
|Re: Easiest Way To Send Money from Nigeria to US? by bigtij(m): 8:27am On Dec 02, 2011|
Try SAPNET SOLUTIONS they are based in the Uk and they are very good and trust worthy. I have been using them for a while now and I must say they are a breath of fresh air
www. sapnetsolutions .co.uk
|Re: Easiest Way To Send Money from Nigeria to US? by Mykurl: 9:14pm On Dec 18, 2011|
We fund liberty reserve at affordable rates. We serve customers in Ikeja, Ogba, Ojodu Berger, Agege, Iyana Ipaja n environs. Call 07031342305. One on one instant funding at our office, please.
|Re: Easiest Way To Send Money from Nigeria to US? by richtank: 7:51pm On Aug 12, 2014|
SimplePay has the cheapest way to send money to Nigeria. www.simplepay4u.com You just need to open a SimplePay account from the US or UK. Then you can send it to your family and friends in Nigeria.
|Re: Easiest Way To Send Money from Nigeria to US? by niyisky: 1:43pm On Sep 11, 2014|
|Re: Easiest Way To Send Money from Nigeria to US? by proficienc(m): 7:49am On Oct 14, 2014|
[quote author=niyisky post=26211699][/quote]
Did you ever use Betfair cos I'm having issues sending thru Bank Wire. I don't think I want to send via wire anymore as the cost is just a rip off.
|Re: Easiest Way To Send Money from Nigeria to US? by sherifos: 9:21am On Aug 05, 2016|
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