Send Money Directly to a Bank Account in Mexico

Send Money to Mexico with Western Union

It’s easy to send money directly to a qualifying bank account** in Mexico

Western Union is making it fast and easy to send money to Mexico. Now you can send money from a participating agent location in Canada directly** to a qualifying bank account in Mexico starting at $9.99 transfer fee* for transfers up to $1,000 with your My WU® Card. Find a nearby Western Union® Agent location.

All you need is your receiver’s:

  • Name
  • Address (associated with the bank account) including City & State
  • Phone number
  • Bank name
  • Bank account number (usually 11 digits) or CLABE number (usually 18 digits)
    • CLABE is an 18 digit number that is required when sending to certain banks. The number includes the bank code, the branch office code and the bank account number


Banamex (Clabe – 18 digits account number)
Bancomer (10 or 16 digits account number)
Banorte (10 digits account number)
Banco Santaner (Clabe – 18 digits account number)
Bancoppel (Clabe – 18 digits account number)
HSBC (Clabe – 18 digits account number)
Scotiabank (11 digits account number)
Banco FAMSA (Clabe – 18 digits account number)
Banco BASE (Clabe – 18 digits account number)
Banco Del Bajio (Clabe – 18 digits account number)
Inbursa (Clabe – 18 digits account number)
BanRegio (Clabe – 18 digits account number)
Banjercicto (Clabe – 18 digits account number)
Bank of America (Clabe – 18 digits account number)
BANSI (Clabe – 18 digits account number)
JP Morgan Chase (Clabe – 18 digits account number)
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  • * Western union also makes money from currency exchange. When choosing a money transmitter, carefully compare both transfer fees and exchange rates. Fees and foreign exchange rates may vary by brand, channel, and location based on a number of factors. Fees and rates subject to change without notice.
  • ** Service and funds availability depends on certain factors including the Service selected, the selection of delayed delivery options, special terms applicable to each Service, amount sent, destination country, currency availability, regulatory issues, consumer protection issues, identification requirements, delivery restrictions, agent location hours, and differences in time zones (collectively, “Restrictions”).