Use Travelex International Money Transfer for a quick, simple and secure way to send money overseas.
Send money to Vietnam with great rates and no fees, securely using Travelex’s fast international money transfer platform. The international money transfer platform is powered by Nium and can be used to transfer money to Vietnam 24 hours, 7 days a week with no transfer limit.
There are no hidden fees when transferring money to Vietnam using Travelex’s international money transfer platform. The platform works similarly to internet banking and can help you send payments such as a bank deposit to Vietnam. Currency exchange is also conveniently factored into our money transmitter.
Send in minutes, usually received within 48 hours
Great Rates, $0 Online Fees
Bank-beating exchange rates and $0 fees for any online transfer. A small fee applies for cash pickup
Convenient Payout Methods Choose either Bank transfer, Visa card or Cash pick-up (selected countries only)
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Enter your recipient’s details and the amount you’d like to send
Select your pay-out method to Bank Account, Visa Card or Cash Pickup*
Make your payment via bank transfer or PayID
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You can send money to Vietnam by using Travelex’s fast international money transfer platform. You can make bank transfers or bank deposit payments to Vietnam with no hidden transfer fees.
To transfer money to Vietnam, you will need to provide your full name, address, bank payment details, and verification of your identity. You will also need to provide your recipient’s bank account details including bank name, account number, and SWIFT/BIC code as well as their full name and address.
Once the transaction has been processed, funds will usually arrive in 48 hours (1-2 business days). If it takes longer, the issue is likely caused by your recipient’s bank in Vietnam.
The minimum amount for all Travelex international money transfers is AU$10. While your first transaction is limited to $2500 max, there is no limit for subsequent transactions with Travelex.
The Australian dollars to Vietnamese dong exchange rate is automatically factored into our money transfer services. Check the AUD to VND currency exchange rate before sending money to Vietnam.
Depending on the nature of the transaction, there may be tax obligations that apply. Money that you transfer to Vietnam is typically not taxable since the money has already been taxed within Australia.
The Travelex international money transfer service is regulated by ASIC and provides a safe, secure process for all customers. Our processes are in line with all electronic money regulations imposed by ASIC and there are no hidden fees.
Support is provided to assist you with your queries and transactions via “Ask Adam”. To live chat with a representative, type the word “agent”. You can also email email@example.com.
Travelex International Money Transfer Disclaimer & Additional Information
The Travelex International Money Transfer service is provided by NIUM Pty Ltd (ABN 45 601 384 025)
Rates are subject to change without notice. Terms & conditions apply. Note, further fees, taxes may apply and will vary by bank, location and other factors. Certain Banks may deduct a fee from your transfer amount before depositing the funds into your beneficiary bank account.
The information provided is provided for general purposes only and is not considered financial advice and should not be relied upon as such. Consumers should consider seeking independent legal, financial, taxation or other advice and consider their own financial circumstances and choose the most suitable service for their needs.