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A safe, simple, fast way to send money to India

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Why Send Money to India with Travelex and OFX

What do you get when Australia’s leading foreign exchange provider partners with an online payments company trusted by millions of customers worldwide?

  • Bank-beating rates
  • Fast turnaround
  • 24/7 Global support

We know when it comes to transferring money from Australia to India, security, affordability, speed and convenience matter the most to our customers.

Whether you’re sending a large sum to Mumbai for business purposes, or a small financial gift to friends or family in Dehli, there are many reasons to transfer money to Japan with our partner OFX. OFX provide a reliable, safe, fast money transfer service at AUD to INR exchange rates that are better than the banks.

Send money to India 24 hours per day, 7 days a week either via our website or via your mobile phone.


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Fast transfers
Upon OFX receiving your funds, major currency transfers are usually completed within 24 hours*

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Great exchange rates
We've got better rates and fees than the banks, and have securely transferred over AUD $100 billion worldwide since 1998

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Get a quote and Lock in rates
Enter your recipient’s bank account details and lock-in your transfer with our competitive exchange rates

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24/7 Support
A global support team is available around the clock - 24 hours a day, 7 days a week on 1300 300 524


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1

Log-In/Create an account

Sign-in to your account via the login portal
Or create a free account with our partner OFX.

2

Confirm the recipient’s details

Confirm the recipient’s full name, SWIFT code (or IFSC in India) and their bank account number.

3

Get your live quote

You will be sent a live, total sum quote.
Proceed with the transaction
Or wait until the rate improves to complete your transfer.

4

Lock-In your transaction details

Confirm the exchange rate and finalise the transaction:
amount, currency, the recipient’s bank account details

5

Transfer your funds and complete

Finalise the transaction and transfer your funds via BPay or electronic bank transfer.


Amounts under $10,000
A flat fee of $15 applies for transfer amounts below AU$10,000

Amounts over $10,000
There is NO FEE for transfer amounts above AU$10,000

Third-party banks may deduct a fee from your transfer before paying your recipient. This fee may vary and OFX does not receive any portion of it. If you are concerned, please talk to one of our team members to discuss your money transfer.

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Travelex offers Western Union international money transfers in many of our stores.

Click the button below for a list of our stores which are currently operating and able to offer Western Union money transfer.

FIND STORES

Whatever the reason you wish to transfer money from Australia to India, we’re here to ensure your funds reach their destination with ease.
The moment your transferable funds are received, the partner system will process the amount momentarily.
Travelex offers you an efficient money transfer solution, so your funds are with the recipient in a timely manner of 3-5 business days. You can then keep a track of your transferred amount’s processing stages with the Apple or Android app.
The International Money Transfer service poses no restrictions on any transactable amount of over $250 that you may wish to send to India.
IFSC stands for Indian Financial System Code. It’s an 11-digit code written in an alphanumeric format, and it identifies the branches in the National Electronic Funds Transfer (NEFT) network. The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) uses IFSC for electronic money transfers between banks, as the code can quickly identify where the funds are coming from and where they’re going.

What Is Contained in an IFSC?
An IFSC will start with four letters that represent a bank’s name. These letters are followed by six characters that are usually numbers but could also be letters, and they represent the specific branch of the bank. The last character is a 0.

Where Can You Find an IFSC?
Once you know the name of a bank and its branch, you can visit the RBI website and search through its list of banks and codes, or you can simply call the bank and ask for their IFSC. You can also find the IFS Code on your recipient’s bank statement and checks.

Will You Always Need to Use an IFSC?
IFSC is used by the RTGS (Real Time Gross Settlement) and NEFT (National Electronic Fund Transfer) systems in order to efficiently transfer funds between bank accounts in India. Therefore, you’ll need an IFSC whenever you’re transferring money from one bank to another in India and when you’re transferring money from overseas into an account in India.

To send money, you’ll need to provide the recipient’s bank name and account number, along with the IFSC.

Rest assured, we're doing everything we can to make this as simple and easy as we can. However, if you have any questions about the upcoming change, we're always here to help. You can call us 24/7 on 1300 300 524 in Australia.
The following Australian government funded websites provide information on different suppliers including the fees charged, the 'total price' (including any fees and currency conversion), the amount expected to be received in the local or payout currencies, speed of transfer and the method of transfer and other useful information:
https://www.saverasia.com
https://www.sendmoneypacific.org
What is IFSC?

Whatever the reason you wish to transfer money from Australia to India, we’re here to ensure your funds reach their destination with ease.
The moment your transferable funds are received, the partner system will process the amount momentarily.
Travelex offers you an efficient money transfer solution, so your funds are with the recipient in a timely manner of 3-5 business days. You can then keep a track of your transferred amount’s processing stages with the Apple or Android app.

How much money can be transferred to India?

The International Money Transfer service poses no restrictions on any transactable amount over $250 that you may wish to send to India.

How much money can be transferred to India?

IFSC stands for Indian Financial System Code. It’s an 11-digit code written in an alphanumeric format, and it identifies the branches in the National Electronic Funds Transfer (NEFT) network. The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) uses IFSC for electronic money transfers between banks, as the code can quickly identify where the funds are coming from and where they’re going.

What Is Contained in an IFSC?
An IFSC will start with four letters that represent a bank’s name. These letters are followed by six characters that are usually numbers but could also be letters, and they represent the specific branch of the bank. The last character is a 0.

Where Can You Find an IFSC?
Once you know the name of a bank and its branch, you can visit the RBI website and search through its list of banks and codes, or you can simply call the bank and ask for their IFSC. You can also find the IFS Code on your recipient’s bank statement and checks.

Will You Always Need to Use an IFSC?
IFSC is used by the RTGS (Real Time Gross Settlement) and NEFT (National Electronic Fund Transfer) systems in order to efficiently transfer funds between bank accounts in India. Therefore, you’ll need an IFSC whenever you’re transferring money from one bank to another in India and when you’re transferring money from overseas into an account in India.

To send money, you’ll need to provide the recipient’s bank name and account number, along with the IFSC.

If I have a question, who can I speak to?

Rest assured, we're doing everything we can to make this as simple and easy as we can. However, if you have any questions about the upcoming change, we're always here to help. You can call us 24/7 on 1300 300 524 in Australia.

How do prices compare to other providers?

The following Australian government funded websites provide information on different suppliers including the fees charged, the 'total price' (including any fees and currency conversion), the amount expected to be received in the local or payout currencies, speed of transfer and the method of transfer and other useful information:
https://www.saverasia.com
https://www.sendmoneypacific.org


Travelex International Payments Disclaimer & Additional Information

This refers only to the transfer fee charged by Travelex International Payments.
The Travelex International Payment service is provided by OzForex Pty Ltd (ABN: 65 092 375 703) (trading as OFX), Australian Financial Services Licence No. 226 484.
Any advice contained in this website is general advice only and has been prepared without considering your objectives, financial situation or needs. You should not rely on any advice contained in this website and we recommend that you consider whether the product is appropriate to your situation and seek appropriate financial, taxation and legal advice. Information on this website is intended for residents of Australia only.
Before deciding whether to use the service, please consider the OFX Financial Services Guide and Product Disclosure Statement. Any reference to "we", "us", or "our" in relation to the Travelex International Payment service is a reference to OFX.
*80% of major currency transfers are processed in 24 hours on receipt of funds to OFX.
OFX will pay Travelex Limited (ABN 36 004 179 953) 50% of net revenue arising from OFX’s provision of Travelex International Payments services. Net revenue is the revenue arising from foreign exchange margins (or spread) and fees less all costs incurred in providing the services including but not limited to administrative costs, compliance costs and sales and marketing costs.
For further details, refer to the OFX Financial Services Guide.