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Ria Money Transfer

Ria Money Transfer

Receive money from abroad safely and quickly

  • There is always a Post Office in your neighbourhood
  • Receive cash
  • Safe and secure
Find a Post Office

There is always a Post Office in your neighbourhood

Receive money from

France, Democratic Republic of Congo, Germany, Italy, United States, United Kingdom, Romania, Turkey,
Cameroon, Canada, the Netherlands, Spain, Ivory Coast, Senegal, Suriname and 146 other countries worldwide.

Why receive money from abroad in a Post Office?


You receive your money in a safe environment, from employees that often deal with financial transactions.

Always close by

You never have to go far to find a Post Office.

Extremely fast

A few minutes after the transfer was sent, your money is available in cash in all our Post Offices.

Receive money with Ria Money Transfer in 3 steps

Go to a Post Office

You need the following:

  • A valid identity document
  • The unique code that you received from the sender
  • The correct spelling of the sender's name


Find the nearest Post Office
Prove your identity at the counter

Show your identity document to one of our employees and give the name of your sender and the unique code that you received.

Receive cash

Our employee will pay you cash.

Perhaps you still have one of these questions

You pick up the money in a Post Office in your neighbourhood or in a Ria agency.

  • On the ‘Receive money’ form, fill in the transaction PIN code, the first and last name of the sender, and the country where the money was sent.
  • Give the completed form to the counter clerk together with your identity document.
  • After your details are checked, the counter clerk will pay out the amount in cash.

You have 40 days to pick up your money in a Post Office or Ria agency. After 40 days the sender receives a new PIN code that he or she uses to pick up the money.

You can receive money from abroad even if you don't have a bank account. You pick up the cash in a Ria agency and only need a valid identity document to identify yourself.

You can receive money several times per month or per week. There are limits on the amounts. Discover what happens if you exceed those limits.

To receive your money, give the counter clerk of the Post Office or Ria agency the following five things:

  • the PIN code of the transaction
  • the first and last name of the sender
  • the country where the money was sent
  • the amount that you expect
  • your identity document