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Rules for South African residents travelling abroad


  • Foreign currency for travel purposes may not be bought more than 60 days prior to the departure of the traveller.
  • Travel allowance covers a calendar year (1 January - 31 December)
  • Any unutilised portion of a travel allowance must be resold to an Authorised Dealer within 30 days of your return. You may however, reapply for the unused portion of your discretionary allowance at any time during the calendar year.
  • A South African resident over the age of 18 is entitled to a single discretionary allowance of up to R1 million per calendar year. The single discretionary allowance may used for any legal purpose abroad (including for investment purposes). This dispensation may be utilised solely at the discretion of the resident without any documentary evidence having to be produced to the Authorised Dealer except for travel purposes outside the Common Monetary Area where a passenger ticket needs to be produced.
  • Children under the age of 18 years qualify for a travel allowance of R200 000 per calendar year. For travel purposes, a valid travel document must be presented, indicating that the journey commences from South Africa. Allowance may not be issued more than 60 days prior to departure.
  • The costs of land arrangements (hotels, cruises, tours, etc.) are deductible from a travel allowance, except the payment of airfares in Rands.
  • In addition, each traveller may take R25 000 in South African Reserve bank notes when visiting abroad.
  • Where the insurance value of your personal belongings not for sale, exceeds R50 000, you will need a NEP form attested by a bank or by Customs and Excise. Please enquire at your nearest FNB branch should you need this form.

How to do a MoneyGram Send transaction at an ATM


Insert your card at the ATM, key in your PIN, choose More Options and then select Send or Receive Money and follow the prompts below

  1. Select 'MoneyGram Send'
  2. Read and accept the MoneyGram Terms and Conditions
  3. SA residents can send and receive money as a gift (select 'Send Gift'). Foreign nationals can send and receive money as a salary or gift (select relevant option)
  4. Select the beneficiary
  5. Select the service option (the currency the beneficiary should receive)
  6. Select the fee option
  7. Key in the amount to be sent
  8. Select the account to send the money from
  9. Enter your cell number
  10. Verify the on-screen information and select 'Proceed'
  11. The quote screen displays the exchange rate, fee and amount to be debited from your account. The quote is valid for two minutes.
  12. Select 'Accept'.

You have completed the MoneyGram Send transaction.

You will receive an SMS with the reference number.

How to do a MoneyGram Send transaction via Cellphone Banking


  1. Dial *120*321# and enter 5-digit PIN
  2. Select Option 2 (Banking)
  3. Select Option 4 (Payments)
  4. Select Option 5 (MoneyGram)
  5. SA Residents can send and receive money as a gift (select 'Send Gift'). Foreign nationals can send and receive money as a salary or gift (select relevant option)
  6. Select the beneficiary
  7. Select a service option
  8. Select the fee option
  9. Enter the amount
  10. The quote screen summarises the transaction and shows the amount to be debited from your account and the amount the beneficiary will receive. The quote is valid for two minutes. Select Option 1 (Accept)
  11. Select Option 1 (Confirm) to accept the Terms and Conditions.

You have completed your transaction and will receive the reference number via SMS.

To register for Cellphone Banking

Dial *120*321#, visit any FNB branch or ATM or call the Cellphone Banking helpline on 087 575 9405.

This service excludes Windows 7.5 - 8 operated phones.)

South African Exchange Control Requirements


All foreign exchange transactions in South Africa are subject to exchange control regulations, governed by the South African Reserve Bank. In accordance with compliance and as an authorised dealer, we provide you with the rules applicable to South African residents travelling abroad . Full details can be found on the South African Reserve Bank's website.

MoneyGram


A safe, easy + fast way to send money abroad


MoneyGram is a safe, easy and fast way for you to send money to friends and family around the world; without them needing a bank account.

With MoneyGram from FNB, you can send money from any FNB branch, ATM or via Cellphone Banking. The money can be collected by the beneficiary in the preferred currency of that particular country within minutes of sending it.

 

What you get


A simple + easy same-day transaction

This is an easy and affordable, quick and convenient way to send or receive foreign currency and its speed and simplicity ensure a same-day transaction. All you need to send a MoneyGram is an FNB account - along with some money in it, of course!

  • Fast: Money is available for the beneficiary to collect within 10 minutes.
  • Simple: Simple process from sender to receiver.
  • Accessible: Encashment available at more than 350 000 MoneyGram outlet locations in 200 countries and territories worldwide.
  • Affordable: It is an affordable way to send money abroad.
  • Helpful: You can send a short message as part of the transaction.
  • Reliable: The sender can rest assured that the money will reach the destination.
  • Convenient: Available 24/7/365 via FNB ATMs and FNB Cellphone Banking.

How it works


Send money worldwide

All you need to send a MoneyGram is an FNB account - along with some money in it, of course! You can send a MoneyGram from an FNB branch, ATM or via Cellphone Banking.

All beneficiaries must be loaded before starting. You can also send a short message as part of the transaction to the beneficiary, who, with a reference number you send him, will be able to go to his nearest MoneyGram agent and collect the cash.

Cellphone Banking

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Getting it made easy


MoneyGram

Qualifying criteria

FNB qualifying account
(If you do not have an account you can easily open one by simply bringing proof of identification, permits if applicable and proof of residence when you visit your local branch.)

How to get it

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Other ways to apply

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Documents needed

Registered recipients

To save and register your recipients in-branch, ensure you have the following:

  • Recipient's full name (as per identity document)
  • The country to which you will be sending the cash