MoneyGram determines the conversion rate of currency by applying an exchange rate set by the company, as the company's website explains. MoneyGram indicates the applied exchange rate to its clients in both pre-transactio... More »

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As of 2015, U.S. customers with an in-person transfer at a physical Moneygram location can send up to $900 to recipients anywhere in the country for $11.50, according to Moneygram's official website. The fee for amounts ... More »

The MoneyGram exchange rate calculator, or estimator, calculates the exchange rate for different currencies in countries where MoneyGram provides services. Individuals may also select the box to subtract MoneyGram fees f... More »

As of April 2015, MoneyGram does not provide its customers with an option to send money over the phone, according to the company's official website. Customers can send money either online at MoneyGram's website or in per... More »

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MoneyGram describes itself as an international company whose main service is money transfers. MoneyGram services also include money orders, prepaid cards, bill payment services, money transfers to inmates and government ... More »

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To track money transfers made using MoneyGram, to go the company's website, find Track a Transfer, fill out the necessary information and click on the Track Transfer link. If no information is available about a specific ... More »

A MoneyGram can be sent in person or online, states the MoneyGram website. Visiting the website helps find the closet brick-and-mortar location, or money can also be sent by filling out online information or through a mo... More »