It doesn't matter if the invoice is billed in your currency or not. Our calculator and mobile app makes it easy to send the right amount.
If the invoice is billed in a foreign currency, go ahead and enter the exact amount in the second box of the calculator. If the invoice is in your home currency, enter the exact amount in the first box.
Unlike PayPal and most banks, we'll never charge your recipients to receive payments. This means we'll never take a chunk of what they're owed as fee.
PayPal could take over 3% as profit. And that's after your payment is converted at an exchange rate that's nearly 4% higher than ours.
A TransferWise account is a borderless account. It lets you hold money and move it into over 40 currencies. So if you see a great exchange rate, take advantage and convert your money for future payments.
Our batch payments tool lets you create and send multiple transfers with just one payment – by simply uploading a file. Try it out
It'll cut the time it takes to tackle monthly payments or stacks of invoices. And it works everywhere that TransferWise does – at the same price and speed as our individual transfers.
Need to pay an invoice or send USD to a vendor or contractor based abroad? With TransferWise, you can now send USD to USD-denominated bank accounts located in countries outside the US, including China.
Just set up a transfer to USD like you normally would – make sure the country you’re sending money to is updated. keep in mind it'll cost a bit more. Learn more
Regardless of how your recipient invoices you, you can pay them with TransferWise. All you need are their bank details or email address.
If you have their bank details, the money will go right to their bank account. If you have their email, we'll send them a secure link to create an account and collect their money. Learn more
Once you’re registered and your profile is complete, you can start paying invoices in multiple currencies.
You just need your recipient's bank details or email address. Choose to pay with any currency in your account, or wire transfer.
The recipient gets money in their currency directly from TransferWise’s local bank account.