You’ll enjoy great exchange rates, low transfer fees and expert guidance when you make an international payment to Jordan with moneycorp.
How do I send money to Jordan?
Signing up for a moneycorp account is quick and easy, providing you with the ability to exchange up to 33 currencies online, with 120+ available over the phone. To get started, simply fund your account via credit/debit card or bank transfer, then exchange the amount you wish to make your payment.
Most payments take 1-2 working days to arrive in Jordan, meaning you can rely on moneycorp for your overseas payment even when you’re in a hurry.
Send money to Jordan online
With 24/7 access to your funds, your online account allows you to make payments to Jordan around the clock. Simply add a new recipient by entering their details (or select an existing one if you’ve paid them before), exchange the amount you wish to send and process your payment.
We’ll have your money on its way in no time at all, while you can even make your transfer over the phone via one of our experienced currency dealers.
Information you’ll need for a bank transfer to Jordan
If you wish to transfer money to Jordan, we’ll require the following information regarding the intended recipient, as well as additional documentation that supports your reason for payment.
- BIC/SWIFT code
- Invoice with supplier’s name and address (if making a business payment)
- A bank statement from the recipient account, less than three months old (if paying your own Jordanian bank account)
- Photographic ID of the recipient and a copy of the recipient’s bank statement, less than three months old, with proof of address (if making a personal payment)
These final three items can be provided in PDF form or as clear scans to email@example.com if a personal payment, or firstname.lastname@example.org if for 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).
Read our in-depth guide for more information regarding BIC/SWIFT codes and IBANs.
What does a Jordanian IBAN look like?
Every Jordanian bank account will have an IBAN, an alphanumeric code that is needed in order to receive an international payment. IBANs in Jordan are 30 characters long and consist of an ISO Country Code, two IBAN check digits and a Basic Bank Account Number (BBAN). This BBAN is itself made up of a Bank Identifier Code, a Branch Identifier, an Account Number and two BBAN Check Digits. See an example below.
Example of a Jordanian IBAN:
JO94 ABCD 1234 5678 9012 3456 78901 23
Get the most out of your account
- Your online account provides you 24/7 access and the ability to manage your account and make online international payments around the clock.
- You can also target your ideal GBP to JOD exchange rate by setting up a rate alert from your account. We’ll then notify you if your preferred rate is achieved, so you don’t miss out.
- Automate any weekly or monthly payments you need to make to Jordan with one of our Regular Payment Plans.