Money transfer from India to Germany, made easy!
ExTravelMoney caters for your every remittance needs, be it for study in Germany, travel remittance, tuition fee, maintenance of close relative, gift remittance, emigration fee or visa fee. Send money from India to Germany in a Jiffy. We have two modes of money transfer ; Telegraphic/Wire Transfer (TT) or a Demand Draft (DD). Tell us the amount of your transfer and find exchange houses near you using our store locator. The rates which the transfer can be completed by the banks and money transfer agents will be displayed on your screen. Compare and select the money changer with the best deal for you. Once the order has been confirmed our customer care agents will then call and guide you through the process from getting the KYC documents ready to ensuring the payment. Money will be credited to your beneficiary within 48 hours!
How to Transfer Money from India to Germany?
Money Transfer from India to Germany can be done in 4 easy steps.
- Enter the amount, purpose of remittance and get instant quotes from nearest exchange houses and banks.
- Compare the rates, choose one and place your order online. Submit the documents for kYC verification.
- Transfer the amount to the selected exchange house as NEFT/RTGS.
- The wire transfer will now be initiated and the beneficiary should receive credit within under 48 working hours.
What is wire transfer?
Wire Transfers are an electronic method of funds transfer across a network that is managed by hundreds of banks across the world. Using this you can transfer money from your Indian Bank account to an overseas bank account. Wire transfers are a safe and secure way of sending money between people in different countries.
What is a foreign currency Demand Draft?
A Foreign Currency Demand Draft is in addition to Wire transfers, that can be used for making international money transfers for tuition fee related to education, medical fees or VISA fees etc. Demand drafts are a safe option for making international money transfer as they are made 'favouring' the beneficiary. The beneficiary will receive the money upon banking the draft into the account it is issued in favour of . DDs can be recreated and issued if lost or stolen.