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We can deliver by

  • Direct to Bank Account
    Pay money straight to your recipient's bank account.
  • Cash Pick-up
    Your recipient can pick up cash at locations nationwide.
  • SWIFT Payment
    Pay money straight to your recipient's bank account using SWIFT

We accept payments by

  • Bank Transfer
    Wire us the money via online or telephone banking
  • Debit Cards

Our delivery methods explained

  • Direct to Bank Account

    Send money direct to any bank account in Nigeria!

    Your transfer will arrive in your recipient's account in 1-3 working days depending on the processing time of their bank.

    • Cash Pick-up

      Your recipient can pick up their money in cash from 488 locations around the country.

      The money can be paid out in the following currencies:

      • Nigerian Naira (NGN)
    • SWIFT Payment

      Priority Payments to Nigeria (sometimes called SWIFT payments) are super-fast same day or next day international payments with a higher fee. Payment will either arrive the same day by 6pm UK time at the latest or the next day, depending on when we received your order. Occasionally the recipient's bank will charge to receive these payments.

    What our customers are saying

    Piotr Malinowski
    20 Apr 2014

    Polecam!

    Wszystko szybko, prosto i skutecznie :)

    Ewelina Zamarlik
    18 Apr 2014

    Trustworthy.

    Satisfied and very happy.

    MARTIN MACMILLAN
    18 Apr 2014

    Slick and easy to use. Banks watch out!

    Have made two payments now using Azimo. Siginificantly tighter spreads than banks and transparent fees. This is the service banks should be providing, but just can't as they are too tied up in red tape. Will def use again.

    Your money transfer to Nigeria - what to do with the money saved

    Your friends or family might be wondering what to do with that £20 saved by sending £500 to Nigeria via Azimo. So, we thought we’d offer up some ideas...

    £20 is nearly 5% of the average monthly income in Nigeria. And whilst that might not get you far in London or Berlin, in Lagos you could take yourself and some friends to the cinema, get some Guguru to munch on during the film and even buy a round of Star beers afterwards. If yet another Hollywood special-effects extravaganza doesn’t appeal, you might want to check out the latest blockbuster from Nigeria’s booming ‘Nollywood’ film industry.

    If you’re a bit more practically-minded - or you just love to talk - your savings will buy almost 200 minutes of mobile talk time. That’s a lot of catching-up for just a couple of minutes spent on Azimo, even if you’ve ‘got mouth’ (that means you’re more than a bit chatty, by the way).

    You might even want to invest those Azimo savings in a kola nut or two. As you know, these are often used in welcoming ceremonies, and ‘he who brings me Kola nut brings me life’ is a common saying. Whilst we don’t think that ‘he who sends me an Azimo money transfer sends me savings’ is quite as catchy, it might prove almost as useful.

    Help Azimo change the world one transaction at a time. Send money to Nigeria now!

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    • Bank-level security
    • 24/7 built-in protection
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