YOU CAN SEND TO CUBA FOR AS LITTLE AS $4.50 TRANSFER FEE* FOR $50 WHEN USING YOUR MY WU NUMBER AT ANY PARTICIPATING AGENT LOCATION
More than 490 agent locations in Cuba
Payment in CUC**
In all Cuba municipalities
Money in Minutes***
SENDING PROCESS AND REQUIREMENTS FOR CUBA
Senders must be over 18 years old to send transactions to Cuba.
Full address of the recipient is required. This includes street name, city and province.
Payee’s must be a Cuban national.
Each transaction sent to Cuba requires completing an Electronic Remittance Affidavit template, which is a legal declaration from the sender.
Transactions to Cuba cannot be modified in any way once they are sent.
There are two Delivery Service options available to Cuba: Cuba Family Remittance and Cuba Donative Remittance.
Cuba family remittance: A Family Remittance can only be sent to a family member who is related to the sender by blood, marriage, or adoption and with no more than three generations from him/her or from a common ancestor with him/her. This includes aunts, uncles, cousins, second cousins, etc.
Cuba donative remittance: A Cuba Donative Remittance can only be sent to a Cuban national in Cuba (including non-family members) for personal support or to support private economic activity.
* Western Union also makes money from curren-cy exchange. When choosing a money transmit-ter, 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.
** Sender must present proper identification. Transfers to some individuals or above certain dollar amounts may be restricted.
*** 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”).