The beneficiary is the person who receives an international money transfer. A beneficiary could be an individual or a business.
Beneficiaries have multiple ways to receive funds including directly into their bank accounts, via cash pickup or home delivery, as a top up to their mobile phone airtime or as a prepaid credit or debit card.
Beneficiaries may receive transfers as part of a one-off currency exchange, or could receive money on a regular basis if you're making payments over time.
Note that exchange rates, bank fees and other charges may impact the amount of money that the beneficiary receives.
Beneficiary — Related Terms
A beneficiary is also known as a recipient.
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