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Transfers to Mexican Pesos

You can use TransferWise to transfer Mexican Pesos (MXN) to private and business bank accounts located in Mexico.

Unfortunately, we cannot yet receive transfers from Mexico. To request them, please click here.  

 

Sending to MXN

 
Basic Information   Notes
TransferWise Fee 1%, for details see our pricing page. When sending from currencies where the fee would normally be 0.5%, the fee is instead 1%. For information about the fee when transferring from USD to MXN, please see this page
Delivery time* 0-1 working day *After payout. Please keep in mind that TransferWise can take up to two working days to convert your money after we receive it. 
Maximum payment 10,000,000 MXN  
Countries we can send to Mexico only  
Additional Receiving Banking Fees None  
Required Details    
Recipient Full Name Yes When sending to individuals, please include first name and surname
Recipient CLABE Number Yes MXN CLABE account codes have 18 digits and are broken down as – 3 digits (bank code), 3 digits (branch office code), 11 digits (account number), 1 digit (control digit)
Optional Details      
Recipient RFC Yes If you provide us with your recipient’s RFC (Registro Federal de Contribuyentes) we can process your transfer faster. See below for more details.
Features    
Fixed/specific amount Yes The currency you're sending from must also be able to send fixed  amounts. More information here
When you transfer from USD, your exchange rate is locked in, meaning your recipient can receive a specific amount. Find out more here
Transfers to an email address  Yes Except when transferring from USD. For more information, please click here


RFC 

If you choose to provide us with a recipient’s 12 or 13 digit RFC (Registro Federal de Contribuyentes), we are able to process the payment through a different, faster payment system. The RFC is a unique tax number for individuals and business.

In our faster payment system we process payments to Mexican bank accounts three times a day, rather than just once. 


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