Send money to Mauritania

Fast, cheap online money transfers to Mauritania.

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Fee: 0.00 GBP (No fees on first two transfers)
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Delivery time: Instant
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Based on 50,000+ reviews

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Sign up, transfer and pay using our award-winning website and apps.

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Azimo is authorised and regulated by the FCA in the UK and by DNB in the EU.

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Save money and find the best deal for you. Tell us the currency exchange rate you want and we’ll notify you once it’s available.
Find the best deal for you with an exchange rate alert.

How to send money to Mauritania

Bank deposit
  • Bank deposit
  1. Set up your transfer

    Choose a sending amount and tell us who you’re sending to.

  2. Pay for your transfer

    You can pay securely by bank transfer or debit/credit card.

  3. That’s it!

    Track your money with the Azimo app and receive email alerts.

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Enter the amount
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GBP
Enter recipient’s details
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What is the best way to send money to Mauritania?

The Azimo app is the best way to send money abroad. Currency alerts tell you the best time to send money. Email and push notifications tell you when your money transfer will be delivered. Enjoy the best exchange rates, low fees and two fee-free transfers.
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What is the cheapest way to send money to Mauritania?

You can save up to 75% vs your bank or high street provider when you send money with Azimo. Get a great exchange rate with low fees starting at just 99p. Even better, your first two transfers are fee-free.

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Save up to 90% on business payments abroad

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Frequently asked questions

How to send money online?

With Azimo it’s easy and super fast!
  1. Create an account
  2. Choose a country, delivery method and enter recipient's name.
  3. Choose an amount and pay securely with your debit/credit card or with bank transfer.
  4. Check all transfer details and confirm payment.
We'll deliver the money instantly in some cases, with most recipients getting the funds within one hour to one working day - no hidden fees or charges.

How much are money transfer fees?

The First Azimo transfer is fee-free and then after that they can be as low as £1, but the exact amount can vary based on:
  • Where you are sending money to and from
  • Which method you send with: online bank transfer or debit/credit card
But no matter what, we’ll always offer you the lowest rates - in most cases up to 75% lower than other transfer companies and banks! Read our FAQ article to find out more.

What is the fastest way to send money abroad?

With Azimo, recipient can receive money instantly in some cases! Exact delivery times are always shown after choosing country and delivery method. Keep in mind that things like bank holidays or time differences can affect this. Compare that with the usual bank transfers of 3-5 working days. Plus, we always keep you notified of the entire process as it happens - no more waiting around and wondering where your money is. Click here to find out more.

How to use Azimo?

Using Azimo is super simple and will usually only take a couple of minutes to set up the entire transfer.
You can send money through our webpage or using our high rated app available in App Store and Google Play.
We currently send money from 24 countries – the UK, the Eurozone, Sweden, Norway, Denmark and Switzerland – to over 195 countries. This number is growing all the time!

How does Azimo protect your money?

When you send money with Azimo you can be confident your payments are safe and your bank details and other data are protected. We are authorised to issue electronic money, and we use secure technology to protect your account and transfers.

FCA regulated
We are authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority as an Electronic Money Institution.

HMRC registered
We are registered with Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs as a Money Transmitter to help prevent money laundering.

3D Secure
We use 3D Secure authentication to give your card payments an extra layer of security.

Fraud detection
Our technology detects and monitors unusual activity to protect you from fraud.

Encryption
Encrypted communication on our website and apps protects your account against unauthorised access.

Are money transfer apps safe?

    With the Azimo app, your bank details and payment info are 100% secure.
  • No sensitive information is stored - even if your phone is stolen your money is completely safe
  • When downloading the app, it is additionally secured with our certificate, meaning it’s impossible for anyone to switch it with another app and steal your password
  • Also secured with SSL protocol
Read our FAQ to find out more.
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