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We appreciate your choice of our services. You can now send money abroad conveniently and safely through Unimoni at competitive exchange rates. Opt for Online Money Transfer for secure and prompt International Money Transfer from the comfort of your home or office. Say goodbye to the need to visit banks or remittance centers. Unimoni offers the best service at low fees, making them a popular choice for Outward remittances.

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Countless students and businesses have set lofty educational and business goals for themselves in today's ambitious age. They travel far and wide, circumnavigating the globe to pursue their dreams of obtaining a good education and taking advantage of international business opportunities. It is critical to have sufficient funds to pay costs during this, especially while they are abroad. And it is our mission at Unimoni to ensure that financial constraints do not thwart their goals. We offer rapid and reliable remittance services, which are nothing more than a basic money transfer service that allows you to send money to loved ones in other countries. At Unimoni, we endeavour to offer the most competitive foreign exchange rates so that you may receive the best value for your money. Remittances can be made using various payment options, and it is up to you to pick the one that best matches your needs. With Unimoni's online money transfer service, you may send it anywhere in the world from the comfort of your own home.

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Choosing the right way to transfer money with Unimoni largely depends on your payment methods. Some payment methods are faster than others, while some can be instant. Every month our customers trust us to send over $5 million of their money, which is safeguarded by leading banks and regularly audited with data protection & dedicated anti-fraud team. Check out the details & documents required to send money abroad


Unimoni is an RBI Authorized Dealer II, a leader for Send Money Abroad in India with 300 plus branch networks. Visit one of their branches, provide the necessary information and funds, and they will transfer the money to the recipient. Unimoni will facilitate the transfer at the best currency exchange rates. Unimoni's Mobile App, Unimoni Wallet, allows international transfers from the comfort of your home or office.

Customers can book and pay outward remittances within our portal.

Contact us through the toll-free number 1800 102 0555, WhatsApp number 9946086666, or mail at or request a call back to book a send money abroad option.

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Under the 'maintenance of close relative' category, funds can be transferred only to immediate relatives such as parents (father/stepfather/Mother/step-mother), spouse, children (son/daughter/step-son/step-daughter) and their spouses, grandchildren and brother/step-brother/sister/step-sister and their spouses. Instead of being defined under the Companies Act of 1956, 'relatives' are now defined under the Companies Act of 2013.

Yes. To complete any transactions under LRS through Authorized Persons, resident individuals must provide their Permanent Account Number (PAN) as it is mandatory.

Sending money through wire transfer enables the beneficiary to get credit in his account. An international wire transfer electronically sends money from one bank account to another across different countries. It allows you to transfer funds to a recipient's bank account abroad. It's important to note that specific procedures and requirements for international wire transfers may vary depending on the country, bank, and applicable regulations. It's advisable to contact us directly for detailed instructions and information specific to your situation. Remember that international wire transfers can involve fees and exchange rate conversions that may impact the total amount received by the recipient.

No. There are no restrictions on the number of times you can send money abroad under LRS. However, the foreign currency you can purchase or send through all sources in India in a financial year should not exceed the cumulative limit of USD 2,50,000. Once you make a remittance for an amount up to USD 2,50,000 during the financial year, you won't be able to send any more money abroad using this scheme, even if you bring back the proceeds of your investments into the country.

The maximum amount that can be remitted for education under the Liberalised Remittance Scheme (LRS) is USD 2,50,000 per financial year (April – March). This limit applies to all resident individuals, including minors. The LRS scheme allows resident Indians to remit money abroad for specific purposes, including education freely. If tuition fees exceed USD 2,50,000, you must obtain special permission from the Reserve Bank of India (RBI). You can apply for this permission online through the RBI's website.

To remit money for education under the LRS, you will need to provide the following documents to the bank or money changer:

  • Your passport or other valid travel documents
  • A letter from the educational institution confirming your admission and the amount of tuition fees
  • A bank statement with enough funds to support your studies.

Yes, you can track it. The way you follow it will depend on the money transfer service you use.

Here are some of the ways to track an international money transfer:

  • Check your receipt. Most money transfer services provide a receipt with a tracking or reference number. You can use this number to track the status of your transfer online or by calling the money transfer service.
  • Sign up for email or text alerts. Some money transfer services allow you to sign up for email or text alerts. Then the service providers will notify you of the status of your transfer
  • Contact the money transfer service. If you cannot find your tracking number or have any other questions about the status of your transfer, you can contact the money transfer service directly.

If there is an issue or delay with an international money transfer, you should contact the money transfer service you used. They will be able to investigate the matter and let you know what is happening.

Here are some of the possible reasons for an issue or delay with an international money transfer:

  • Incorrect recipient information. The transfer may be delayed or rejected if you mistake the recipient's name, account number, or other information.
  • Insufficient funds. The transfer may be delayed or rejected if you do not have enough money to cover the transfer fees.
  • Bank holidays or weekends. Money transfers may be delayed if processed on a bank holiday or weekend.
  • Currency conversion delays. If the transfer involves converting the currency, there may be delays due to the foreign exchange market.
  • Fraud prevention measures. The money transfer service may have put a hold on the transfer if it suspects fraud.
  • Technical problems. There may be technical problems with the money transfer service's systems, which can cause delays.

If the money transfer service cannot resolve the issue, you may need to contact the recipient's bank. They can help you track down the funds or initiate a refund.

The time it takes for an international money transfer to arrive may vary based on various factors such as:

  • The money transfer service you use.
  • The amount of money you are transferring.
  • The currency you are transferring.
  • The destination country.
  • The time of day or day of the week you make the transfer.
  • Any holidays or weekends in the destination country.
  • The need for currency conversion.
  • The need to comply with regulatory requirements.

Generally, international money transfers can take a few hours to a few days. However, some services offer same-day or even instant transfers.

Yes, there are some risks involved in money transfers, both domestic and international. Some of the most common risks include:

  • Fraud: Money transfer fraud is a significant risk that is not easy to detect. Scammers may pose as legitimate money transfer services or use fake websites to trick people into sending money.
  • Currency exchange rate fluctuations: When you transfer money internationally, the exchange rate between the two currencies can fluctuate. It means that the money you receive in the destination currency may differ from the amount you send.
  • Fees: There are often fees associated with domestic and international money transfers. These fees can vary depending on your money transfer service, the money you are transferring, and the destination country.
  • Processing delays: Money transfers can sometimes be delayed due to technical problems or regulatory requirements. It can be inconvenient for the sender and the recipient.
  • Security risks: Some security risks are associated with money transfers, such as data breaches and cyberattacks. Always choose a reputable money transfer service and taking precautions to protect your personal information.

Here are some tips to minimize the risks involved in money transfers:

  • Choose a reputable money transfer service: Research a money transfer service with a good reputation and track record.
  • Read the fine print: Ensure you understand the service's fees and terms and conditions before transferring.
  • Use a secure internet connection: When transferring money online, use a fast internet connection.
  • Be careful about who you send money to: Only send money to people you know and trust.
  • Keep track of your transfers: Keep a record of all your money transfers, including the date, amount, recipient, and fees.

By following these tips, you can help to minimize the risks involved in money transfers.

It is generally more difficult to cancel or modify an international money transfer than a domestic one. That is because international money transfers often involve more steps and take longer to process. If you need to cancel or modify an international money transfer, it is essential to contact the money transfer service as soon as possible. The sooner you reach them, the more likely you will be able to do so. But generally, it is not possible.

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