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Zelle International Money Transfer: How To Find the Best Alternatives

While a savvy way to send and receive money within the US, Zelle is only available domestically and does not work internationally. This means that to move your money overseas, you'll need to find a Zelle international transfer alternative instead.

In this guide, we explore the best Zelle international alternatives from the US according to Monito's real-time comparison engine and then weigh up the best alternatives to help you make the smartest choice.

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Because it's impossible to make a Zelle international transfer, we recommend using Monito's real-time comparison engine to find the cheapest way to send money internationally. Monito has reviewed and compared more than 200 money transfer services, and our comparison engine helped our users save over US$38 million in fees over the past year.

What You'll Find in This Guide

Is Zelle International?

Before we get started, let's address the obvious question — is Zelle international and can it be used to send money abroad from the US to countries overseas?

The short answer is no. Zelle is not international, and the app is only available to US residents. To use the Zelle app in the first place — let alone send and receive money via online banking — both the sender and the recipient must have US bank accounts. Moreover, Zelle is also unavailable in US territories, including the US Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico, American Samoa, Guam, and the Northern Mariana Islands.

Why Doesn't Zelle Work Internationally?

Mobile wallets and online payment services have revolutionized how we pay online and send money to our friends and family. Similar services such as Paypal, Venmo and Square Cash have made peer-to-peer payments extremely easy. Unfortunately, they either don't work internationally or offer costly solutions, as with PayPal.

Before choosing an alternative, it's worth understanding what Zelle is and how it differs from the other alternatives we'll discuss in this article. In short, Zelle is a US-based payment service that allows you to send funds electronically from a US-based bank account to another person's bank account, which must also be based in the US.

Money can either be sent via Zelle's dedicated mobile app or online banking or mobile apps of banks and credit unions that participate in the Zelle Network. (Currently, there are over 100 participating banks and credits unions, including many of the largest banks in the US, such as Bank of America, Chase, Wells Fargo, PNC, TD Bank, SunTrust, and HSBC.)

Best Zelle International Payment Alternatives

If you're a Zelle user who'd like to send money abroad, you are in luck in that you'll have plenty of low-cost, seamless transfer services to choose from instead. First up, you may wonder whether using your bank is a good option instead of Zelle. At Monito, we generally recommend against using banks for international wire transfers due to the exorbitant fees, poor exchange rates, and long waiting times.

Instead, we recommend money transfer specialist services, which are considerably faster and just as secure as the banks, all with the added benefit of coming in at a fraction of the cost. Which specialist service is best for you will depend on where you'd like to send money abroad, how much you'd like to send, and how your recipient would like to receive their funds. What's more, many money transfer specialists offer international transfers on both desktop sites and mobile apps — making them just as savvy and user-friendly as what you've probably come to expect from Zelle.

According to data from millions of searches on Monito's real-time comparison engine between April 2020 and 2021, the three cheapest specialist services for transfers from the US to bank accounts in countries abroad were the following:

1 — Remitly

A world leader in low-cost international money transfers, especially for cash pickup transfers, Seattle-based Remitly often offers the cheapest (although seldom the fastest) money transfers abroad from the United States.

Cheapest: On 26% of Monito comparisons for transfers from the US to foreign bank accounts.

Cheapest destinations: Latin America, Asia-Pacific.

Transfer time: 2-3 business days.

Recommended for: Low-cost bank transfers where time isn't crucial, especially to Latin American countries.

More info: See our full Remitly review.

2 — Wise

One of the most popular and widely-used money transfer services out there, London-based Wise has built a solid reputation on fast, affordable bank transfers over its user-friendly web and mobile platforms.

Cheapest: On 20% of Monito comparisons for transfers from the US to foreign bank accounts.

Cheapest destinations: North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific.

Transfer time: 2 business days.

Recommended for: Fast, affordable bank transfers, especially to North America and Europe.

More info: See our full Wise review.

3 — WorldRemit

London-based WorldRemit is a much-loved money transfer service that's widely used for remittances across the globe. It offers fast, affordable bank transfers and cash pickup transfers alike.

Cheapest: On 15% of Monito searches for transfers from the US to foreign bank accounts.

Cheapest destinations: Latin America, Africa.

Transfer time: 1 business day.

Recommended for: Speedy and affordable bank transfers, especially to Latin America and Africa.

More info: See our full WorldRemit review.

How Does Zelle Work, and How Fast Is It?

Using Zelle is remarkably fast and straightforward. To send money, a user needs to input their recipient's US cell number or email address into the app or the online banking website. Be aware, though, that you must use a Visa or Mastercard debit card (credit cards aren't accepted) from a US bank account for the payment to go through.

If your recipient is a Zelle user, your money will automatically be deposited into their account within a few minutes. If your recipient isn't registered with Zelle, on the other hand, they'll receive a notification with details about how they can register, and they'll generally receive the payment roughly one to three days after registration is completed.

If the recipient's bank is not in the Zelle Network, they can still access their money by downloading the Zelle app and registering with their debit card.

Take note that regardless of which option a non-registered recipient chooses, they'll need to register with Zelle within 14 days. If they don't, the money will then be returned to the sender's account.

Avoid Banks and PayPal To Send Money Abroad

As you can't send money abroad with Zelle, you may wonder whether your bank account or PayPal wouldn't be a good solution instead.

Not only would these options be less convenient, slower, but this would also come with high hidden fees (banks usually give you a poor exchange rate on top of charging you fees for international transfers). For example, our research revealed that sending US$1,000.00 from the US to a Eurozone country with Wells Fargo would cost US$30.00 in fees and US$50.00 in exchange rate margin fees. Together, these fees amount to around 8.00% of the amount transferred, which is about 10 times more than the cheapest available service compared on Monito's comparison engine for the same transfer.

Fortunately, innovative companies are doing what Zelle did locally in the US — but for international transfers. Via online platforms or mobile apps, these services offer bank-beating exchange rates, very low fees, and a top-notch user experience. Depending on where you want to send money to, companies like Wise, Remitly or Skrill will probably be your top choice.

Compare Transfer Services Instead

When you send money abroad, you will be charged a transfer fee (e.g. Bank of America charges US$30.00 for an international wire transfer.) But it doesn't stop there. Correspondent banks and beneficiary banks might also charge unpredictable international wire receiving fees, and the sending bank will probably give you an exchange rate that is far poorer than what you'd find on Google. There are better alternatives; Monito compares them all in real-time:

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    Zelle (payment service)

    Digital payments network

    Zelle () is a United States–based digital payments network owned by Early Warning Services, LLC, a private financial services company owned by the banks Bank of America, BB&T, Capital One, JPMorgan Chase, PNC Bank, U.S. Bank and Wells Fargo.[1][2][3] The Zelle service enables individuals to electronically transfer money from their bank account to another registered user's bank account (within the United States) using a mobile device or the website of a participating banking institution.[1][3]

    The Zelle instant payment service was launched in June 2017.[1] Previously, the Zelle service was known as clearXchange, which offered payment services through member financial institutions and a website. Launched in April 2011, clearXchange was originally owned by Bank of America, JPMorgan Chase, and Wells Fargo. After Capital One and US Bank joined as additional partners, clearXchange was sold to Early Warning Services in January 2016.[4] In December 2017, all clearXchange accounts for person-to-person payment services were rebranded as "Zelle", and clearXchange users began being required to recreate their profiles in Zelle to continue using the service.


    • In April 2011, the clearXchange service was launched. It was originally owned and operated by Bank of America, JPMorgan Chase, and Wells Fargo.[5][6] The service offered person-to-person (P2P), business-to-consumer (B2C), and government-to-consumer (G2C) payments.[7]
    • For person-to-person payments, clearXchange enabled users to send money to other registered users having accounts at participating banks in the United States. Users accessed the network within the websites and apps of member financial institutions,[5] and through clearXchange's website. The network connected with existing bank accounts, so consumers would not need to fund a separate account to use the service.[6] This feature and the lack of fees for using the service were highlighted as advantages for competition with other person-to-person payment services such as PayPal, Popmoney, and Square.[5][6] The system associated each user bank account with an email address and mobile phone number, so only the recipient's email address or mobile number was needed to send money directly from a bank account to the bank account of another person who had signed up for the service.[8][9][10]
    • Over time, the number of financial institutions that were affiliated with clearXchange grew to include various other banks and credit unions. Capital One and US Bank were added as additional owner-members.[9][10]
    • In June 2015, clearXchange announced the availability of a real-time payment system.[11][12] However, some transactions could take as much as five days or longer to be completed.[13]
    • In January 2016, clearXchange was sold to Early Warning Services.[14] Early Warning Services is owned by Bank of America, BB&T, Capital One, JPMorgan Chase, PNC Bank, US Bank, and Wells Fargo.[2]
    • In September 2017, Early Warning Services released the Zelle payment system and mobile app[15] and announced that all clearXchange "person-to-person" payment service accounts would be deactivated in December 2017. After that, clearXchange stopped supporting person-to-person payments but has continued to provide payments from companies and government entities to certain customers. The company encouraged the former users of clearXchange to sign up for the new Zelle service.[16] As in the former clearXchange service, payees are identified in the Zelle service by an association between the recipient's bank account and an email address or mobile phone number.[16] Money sent to a registered payee who has an account at a financial institution that is a member of the Zelle network is typically available to the recipient "within minutes".[17]
    • In March 2019, Early Warning Services's CEO, Paul Finch, stepped down to work with the Finch family Foundation, a Phoenix, Arizona, nonprofit organization that serves needy families and children. Finch cited his long tenure, the completion of the launch of the Zelle network, and the company's plans to start new projects as reasons for the timing of his departure.[18]
    • In May 2019, Early Warning Services appointed their new CEO, Albert Ko. Before his appointment, Mr. Ko was the chief transformation officer for Intuit. While an officer of Intuit, Albert Ko was the general manager for Mint, as well as an overseer of QuickBooks.[19]

    The Zelle service[edit]

    The Zelle service is intended for payments to those whom the payer already knows and trusts adequately, and the service disclaims any responsibility for goods and services sold through the system.[20][21]

    Zelle users can send money to other registered Zelle users. (They can also attempt to send money to unregistered recipients, in which case the intended recipient will receive an invitation to sign up for the service in order to complete the transaction.) Users access the network within the websites and apps of Zelle-participating U.S. financial institutions[5] and through the Zelle mobile app. To register with the Zelle mobile app, users must enroll a supported MasterCard or Visa-branded debit card issued in connection with a U.S. bank account.[22]

    The network connects with existing bank accounts, so consumers do not need to fund a separate account to use the service.[6] Only the recipient's email address or mobile number is needed for a user to send money directly from their bank account to the recipient's bank account.[8]

    An email address or mobile phone number may only be actively enrolled in Zelle to receive payments at one financial institution. To register at multiple banks, users need to provide different email addresses or mobile phone numbers for each.[23]

    A Zelle user can transfer money to a recipient or submit a request for others to send a payment, or to split the cost of a payment.[24][25]

    There are limits on the dollar amount and frequency of transactions allowed on Zelle that are imposed by the banking institution associated with the account being used.[20] For example, transfers from most Wells Fargo funding accounts are limited to $2,500 per day and $20,000 in a 30-day period, and lower limits may apply for new payees or when using the Zelle mobile app rather than the bank's self-operated services.[20][26] Transfers from a Chase checking account are limited to $2,000 per day and $16,000 per calendar month.[20][27]

    Payments made using Zelle cannot be canceled (unless an attempt was made to send a payment to someone who has not enrolled in the service).[28]

    The website for Zelle that was launched in June 2017 says that "Transactions between enrolled Zelle users typically occur in minutes. If your recipient is not yet enrolled with Zelle, it may take between 1 and 3 business days after they enroll."[15]

    Competition with PayPal's Venmo service[edit]

    Zelle's online payment competitors

    The Zelle service's principal competitor is PayPal and its Venmo payment service.[1][29] Venmo is more popular, based on public awareness, opinion polling, and active engagement with users, but Zelle processes a much larger dollar volume of money transfers—reportedly US$75 billion in its first year, 2017.[1][3][21][25]

    The two services work very similarly from the user's perspective – e.g., both services use email addresses and mobile phone numbers to identify recipients, but Venmo lacks the direct integration with banking institutions that Zelle has, and Zelle money transfers are typically processed more quickly.[25]

    Starting in January 2018, Venmo began to also offer a more rapid transfer option than its typical 1–3 day transfer service, but Venmo charges a fee for the service, while Zelle-affiliated banks currently do not.[30][31]

    The Zelle network itself does not charge users a fee for money transfers.[32] Banks are allowed to charge a fee for Zelle transfers involving their accounts, but they have generally not chosen to do so.[20][30]

    Venmo requires its users to set up an account in its system that is separate from an ordinary banking account and is not insured by FDIC or NCUA, which banking accounts are.[25] The Venmo account can be linked to a bank account so that necessary funds will be automatically withdrawn from there. However, funds can only be withdrawn from a Venmo account by first transferring them to a bank account and then withdrawing the money from the bank account (a process that adds an extra step and involves some additional delay and possibly a fee). In contrast, Zelle transfers money directly between bank accounts, so it requires no separate account or extra steps to obtain access to funds. Zelle is also accessible through banking institution websites and apps as well as through the separate Zelle mobile app.

    It is not possible to cancel a payment to an existing Venmo account unless the recipient gives their explicit permission. Once you send a payment, the funds are available to the recipient right away. The only exception is if payment is sent to a phone number or email address that has not been registered with a Venmo account.[33] Like Venmo, Zelle payments to a registered user cannot be canceled.


    The Zelle Network includes more than 100 participants, including the network partners MasterCard and Visa; the processor partners CO-OP Financial Services, FIS, Fiserv, and Jack Henry & Associates; and numerous financial institutions.[34] Zelle is currently in the process of establishing more banks and credit unions into their network. They have officially partnered with institutions such as Bank of Hawaii, Comerica Bank, Morgan Stanley, and M&T Bank.[35]


    The Zelle service has received negative publicity for fraud incidents in which bank customers' accounts were compromised through social engineering and Zelle then set up by the fraudsters and used to transfer funds out of the victims' accounts, leaving victims with little practical or legal recourse. In some cases, bank customers have been compensated by the banks involved, depending upon the bank and its policies and the specifics of the incident. Banks may use secondary confirmation methods such as SMS or otherwise place limits on newly created accounts and transfers to recently added recipients as a preventive measure.[1][36][37][3][21][38][39][26]


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    Transfer money between HSBC and other financial institutions. Pay bills to anyone in the U.S. – online, anytime. It’s convenient and free. Quick and convenient way to send funds from your eligible U.S. HSBC deposit accounts.

    Does HSBC offer Zelle?

    HSBC US on Twitter: “You should be ablet to conntact your HSBC account on Zelle’s platform. For more information, please contact Zelle directly.

    Are HSBC bank transfers instant?

    In most cases, sending money to companies is instant. However this can vary, so please ensure you check when reviewing your payment details for accurate timescales. Top tip: If you are paying back your HSBC Credit Card manually every month, consider setting up a direct debit to ensure you don’t miss a payment.

    Can I transfer money from my HSBC account to another bank?

    Transferring money between HSBC and other financial institutions is easy. With Bank to Bank Transfers, you can easily move money between your U.S. HSBC deposit accounts and your accounts at other U.S. financial institutions – including banks, credit unions and brokerage accounts.

    Does HSBC charge for bank to bank transfers?

    Money Transfer Fees Fees from the financial institution you transfer funds to and from may apply, in addition to fees HSBC may charge. HSBC is not responsible for these charges. For more information about money or fund transfers, visit our: FAQ Page.

    Is it free to transfer money between banks?

    Online transfers are a convenient way to transfer money from one bank to another. Online transfers are generally free at online banks and brick and mortar institutions, though some do charge, and transfers usually take up to three business days to complete.

    Can you transfer money from bank to bank?

    To get started, download the Google Pay app to your Android or Apple smartphone. Add a payment source, which can be a bank account or credit card. Once your bank account is connected, you can transfer money to and from the Google Pay app and easily send money to other Google Pay users in participating countries.

    How long does it take to transfer money from HSBC to another bank?

    This is usually due to checks that HSBC are running on their side. If your transfer was sent before 6pm, it’ll be processed by HSBC before 9pm that day. Once they’ve processed it, it should arrive within 4 hours.

    How long does a bank transfer between different banks take?

    about three days

    How long does it take to transfer money between banks?

    How long will it take to transfer money between banks?

    Personal check1-6 daysNone
    Cashier’s check1 dayNone
    ACH transfer2-3 daysVaries based on bank
    Wire transferHoursVaries based on bank

    How do I transfer money to someone else’s bank account?

    How to make a bank transfer

    1. Online bank transfers. Log in to your online account and select the option for making a payment.
    2. Telephone transfers. Call your bank’s telephone banking service.
    3. In-branch bank transfers. If you have the money in cash, you can pay it into the account of the person you owe it to in-branch.

    How do I transfer money using my phone?

    To transfer money from your GTBank account to another Bank, use *737*2*Amount*Other Bank Account Number e.g. First Bank# for example *737*2*56789#.

    How do you transfer money to someone?

    If you have the recipient’s account number and transit routing number, you can use online banking or an app to transfer money into their account. You might do this with someone you regularly send money to, such as a family member. This is also a great way to transfer money between your own accounts.

    What are the transfer code for all banks?

    All Nigeria Bank Transfer Codes

    Nigerian BanksTransfer Codes
    First Bank transfer code*894#
    Stanbic IBTC bank transfer code*909#
    Diamond bank transfer code*426#
    Fidelity bank transfer code*770#

    How do I transfer money electronically?

    How to send money online, on mobile or in person

    1. Venmo: Best rated for mobile.
    2. Zelle: Fastest for domestic transfers (tie with Google Pay).
    3. Google Pay: Fastest for domestic transfers (tie with Zelle).
    4. PayPal: Most popular online.
    5. Walmart-2-Walmart: Best for nonbank transfers.

    What’s the fastest way to transfer money between banks?

    Wire transfers A wire transfer is one of the fastest ways to transfer money electronically from one person to another through a bank or a nonbank provider such as TransferWise and Western Union. No physical cash is transferred, and it can be done through your bank’s online banking site.

    What is the safest way to receive money?

    What Are the Most Secure Payment Methods?

    1. Payment Apps. Mobile payment apps are designed to free you from cash and credit cards by allowing you to digitally transfer funds to family, friends, or merchants.
    2. EMV-Enabled Credit Cards.
    3. Bank Checks.
    4. Cash.
    5. Gift Cards.

    What is the best way to transfer money between banks?

    You can transfer money between banks through your financial institution or an app. Bank to bank transfers between your own accounts are best done through your bank. Transferring money from your bank to a friend or family member is easier using an app.

    How can I transfer money from one bank to another without fees?

    Many banks allow free bank-to-bank transfers if you’re sending to another account that you own. You will just need to link the two accounts. You can usually do this through your bank’s online banking platform. Some banks, especially those without a big online presence, will require you to call or visit a branch.

    How can I wire money for free?

    Fees: Sending money domestically to friends and family via a PayPal balance or linked bank account is free. Sending to friends and family, also domestically, via a credit card, debit card or PayPal credit is subject to a charge of 2.9% of the amount sent through this method, plus a fixed fee of $0.30.

    Why is there a wire transfer fee?

    These are like shipping fees for your money. The more banks that handle your transfer, the more it will cost you. Sending banks may have no relationship with receiving banks at all, meaning a third intermediary bank may become involved in the transfer process to ensure its success.

    Does a wire transfer happen immediately?

    Transfers typically happen quickly. Generally, domestic bank wires are completed in three days, at most. Wire transfers via a non-bank money transfer service may happen within minutes. If you’re sending money to another country, however, it may take as many as five days for the recipient to receive their funds.


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