Transfers to BRL

Transfers to BRL

Here you'll find everything you need to know about sending to Brazilian real (BRL).

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You can find information about sending money from Brazil on our From BRL page.

Sending to BRL
BRL business transfers
Ouvidoria service

 

Sending to BRLalt
 

Basic information   Notes
Delivery time 1 working day After payout. Please keep in mind that TransferWise can take up to 2 working days to convert your money after receiving it 
Minimum/maximum amount
(per transfer)
10 BRL/250,000 BRL  
Additional thresholds for extra information 10,000 USD or 100,000 BRL per transfer/20,000 BRL per 30 days/200,000 BRL per 365 days Due to Brazilian regulations, if your transfer amount exceeds the equivalent of 10,000 USD in BRL or 100,000 BRL, or 20,000 BRL per 30 days or 200,000 BRL 365 days, you may be contacted for extra information
Countries we can send to Brazil only  
Additional receiving banking fees None  
Required details    
Recipient full name Yes Please include first name and surname
Recipient address Yes Recipient's address is required only when sending from USD
Recipient local account number and type Yes BRL local account number should be 4–12 digits, and the type of account must be specified
Recipient bank name and branch code Yes Select the bank name from a dropdown list during transfer setup. Branch code should be 4–5 digits
Recipient tax ID/CPF Yes BRL tax ID should be 11 digits
Recipient phone number Yes This is mandatory for all BRL recipients 
Features    
Amount lock transfers Yes The currency you're sending from must also be able to send fixed amounts. Please see our other Currencies articles for more information
Rate limit 5% When creating a transfer to Brazil, you are subject to a rate limit of 5%. This means that if, in the time between setting up a transfer and TransferWise completing your transfer, the rate drops by 5% or more, your transfer may be delayed

 

BRL business transfers 

You can only send personal transfers to Brazil. Both the sender and recipient must be a privately owned account of an individual. The money for a BRL transfer cannot come from a business account, trust fund, or any type of third party account and you can't send to a business in Brazil.


Ouvidoria service

If you make a transfer to or from BRL, we provide an Ouvidoria service. Because TransferWise is a European company, this is only for our Brazilian customers. At the moment, it's only available by email. 

If you have an issue that hasn't been resolved by our customer support team, you can send your case to the Ouvidoria. You'll get a response within 2 business days, and a final response within 10 business days. 


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