Do you need to send money to Jordan? You can find all the information that you need regarding the payment process here. We’ll ensure that you’re able to transfer your funds in a secure, hassle-free manner: setting up a Moneycorp account is quick and straightforward, as you’ll see, and you’ll soon be able to transfer your funds by following the process outlined on this page. We’ll convert your pounds to Jordanian dinar at a competitive rate, and you’ll also benefit from our low transfer fees. Let’s take a closer look at the best way to send money to Jordan.
You can sign up online or over the phone for either a personal or business account with Moneycorp.
Set up a payment to Jordan
After you’ve added a new recipient or chosen from a list of your existing recipients, you’ll need to specify how much you’d like to transfer to Jordan.
Common questions about sending money to Jordan
How long will a payment to Jordan take?
Payments that you make to Jordan via Moneycorp arrive within 1-2 working days, and you can track your payments and view your full transaction history online. Regardless of how much money you wish to send, we’ll ensure that your payment arrives on time; large money transfers do not take longer to arrive than smaller transfers.
Is there a limit on the amount of money that I can send to Jordan?
There is an upper limit of £100,000 on personal transfers that can be made through our online platform to Jordan. Transfers made over the phone, on the other hand, have no upper limit, and so you will need to contact your Moneycorp account manager by telephone to make larger payments from the UK to Jordan.
How much does it cost to send money to Jordan?
We offer fee-free online international transfers to Jordan, which means that you’ll benefit from our competitive exchange rates without having to worry about any additional costs. You will only incur fees when making online money transfers if you decide to automate your recurring payments with a Regular Payment Plan.
Over-the-phone transfers to Jordan cost a flat rate of £15.
What information do I need to transfer money to a Jordanian bank account?
You’ll need to provide the following information to send a money transfer to Jordan, in addition to documentation that provides evidence for your reasons for making a payment:
- The recipient’s full name and address
- The recipient’s account number
- The recipient’s IBAN or BIC/SWIFT code
- If you are making a personal payment: Photographic ID of the recipient and a copy of the recipient’s bank statement that is less than three months old, with proof of address
- If you are transferring funds into your own Jordanian account: A bank statement from the recipient account that is less than three months old
- If you are making a business payment: An invoice with the supplier’s name and address
These final three items can be sent in PDF form or as clear scans to firstname.lastname@example.org if you are making a personal payment, or to email@example.com if you are making a business payment. If you have any questions regarding your payment to Jordan, call our team on 0207 589 3000 (personal) or 0207 823 7878 (business).
What does a Jordanian IBAN look like?
Every Jordanian bank account is assigned an International Bank Account Number (IBAN). This is an alphanumeric code that is used to facilitate international payments. IBANs in Jordan are 30 characters long and consist of an ISO Country Code, two check digits and a Basic Bank Account Number (BBAN).
Example of the Jordan IBAN print format:
JO94 ABCD 1234 5678 9012 3456 78901 23
Is it safe to send money online to Jordan?
It’s perfectly safe to transfer money with our online services. As an Authorised Payment Institution, Moneycorp is regulated by the FCA for the provision of payment services. We’ll keep a close eye on your account to flag suspicious transactions and ensure that your payment details are safe and secure.
Can I send money to all banks in Jordan with Moneycorp?
We can help you make payments to most of the major banks in Jordan, including but not limited to:
- Arab Bank
- Jordan Kuwait Bank
- Jordan Ahli Bank
- Arab Jordan Investment Bank
- Cairo Amman Bank
- Capital Bank of Jordan
If the bank that you need is not included on the above list, it does not necessarily mean that we’d be unable to assist you. Contact our team of specialists to find out more.
As of February 2023, Jordan has remained on the FATF grey list after identifying AML/CFT deficiencies. Jordan and FATF have agreed to work closely together in resolving and monitoring the identified deficiencies. Given the risk measures please ensure you have followed all laws, guides and reasonable steps prior remittance of funds.