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All you need to know before sending money with Lycaremit


 

 



How Lycaremit works

1. Get started - You can transfer money from a computer, tablet or smartphone. Register on the website, select the beneficiary's country and how you want the beneficiary to receive the money.

2. Paying for your transfer - You can pay for the transfer using a 3D secure debit card.

3. Transfer status - Once the transfer is processed, you and the beneficiary will receive e-mail/SMS notification. Both parties will also be notified when the money arrives at the destination.


Which documents will Lycaremit require to verify my identity?

In case Lycaremit is unable to verify your account automatically, they will send you an e-mail requesting for the following documents. The documents can either be scanned and e-mailed to Lycaremit or can be mailed by post.


Identification Documents

It can be an up to date Passport or a Driver's Licence.

Proof of adress

In order to verify your address, Lycaremit will need to be able to see one of the following document that should'nt be more than 3 months old: - Utility bill (Gas, Electricity, Water etc.) - Credit card statement - Bank statement (Internet Banking Statement Not Accepted) - Council Tax Bill (For Current Year) - Department Of Work And Pensions Correspondence


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Key facts about Lycaremit

Service information

Time to open an account -
Minimum amount -
Maximum amount -
Can you transfer from your mobile? Yes
Available languages
English
Personnal transfers Yes
Business customers No
Advanced currency contracts No
Required documents -

Company information

Type of service provider Online money transfer operators
Active since 2013
Headquarter London, United Kingdom
Regulated by FCA

Contact information

Contact support -
Service hour -
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