Delivery method

Cash pick-up

Delivery time

Same day


*Please note that we don’t process transactions over the weekend or on public holidays (in both the sending and the receiving country).

Minimum amount per transaction

GBP/EUR 10 or equivalent of GBP 10 in SEK/DKK/CHF/NOK

Maximum amount per transaction

GBP 1,250 (or equivalent in EUR/SEK/DKK/CHF/NOK)

Payments to companies

No

Notes

In order to collect the money, the beneficiary will need the following:

  • Sender’s name
  • Exact amount to be collected
  • Pick-up reference number (beginning with GLAH)
  • Agent name (they should mention that they’re collecting a transaction processed via Global Link)
  • Valid ID

Delivery method

Local bank deposit

Delivery time

2 hours


*Please note that we don’t process transactions over the weekend or on public holidays (in both the sending and the receiving country).

Minimum amount per transaction

GBP/EUR 10 or equivalent of GBP 10 in SEK/DKK/CHF/NOK

Maximum amount per transaction

No maximum limit

Payments to companies

Yes

Format of bank details

Nigerian account numbers (or NUBAN: Nigerian Uniform Bank Account Number) follow a standard 10-digit format. The approved NUBAN format is ABC-DEFGHIJKL-M, where: 


ABC is the 3-digit bank code assigned by the CBN (Central Bank of Nigeria).


DEFGHIJKL is the NUBAN account serial number.


M is the NUBAN Check Digit, required for account number validation.


The table below shows the 3-digit codes for all banks.