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We currently compare 6 providers available for sending money to Argentina from Germany.
If you need the recipient to receive Argentine pesos in his bank account in Argentina, then Paysend is the provider giving you the most Argentine pesos for your money with zero transfer fees and a good EUR-ARS conversion rate (their current rate is 1 EUR = 241.7698 ARS).
In comparison, the total cost would be 7.04 EUR (approximately 0x more) if you were to use Wise for the very same transfer.
If you need the recipient to get Argentine pesos in cash in Argentina, then the cheapest provider currently is Small World, with 6 EUR for the transfer fees and a good EUR-ARS conversion rate (their current exchange rate is 1 EUR = 237.9311 ARS).
Adding the fees and exchange rate margin, the total cost for a cash transfer with Small World is -235.46 EUR, but the total cost would be -200.71 EUR if you were to use Remitly to make the same transfer with cash pick-up as the pay-out option.
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Before each international money transfer, you should come and compare the costs of the different options on Monito, as they may have changed. The cheapest option is at the top, of our results but you may want to consider other criteria such as the speed of transaction or the pay-in or pay-out methods.
Of course! Banks are usually not the best way to make international money transfers. The fees can be quite low (and sometimes even zero), but beware of the poor exchange rates which banks often apply. We list as many banks as possible in our results, so do compare to find out if you’d be better off switching to another bank or a specialized money transfer company.
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