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Are you a migrant worker in the United States with family in South America or Central America? Or are you a permanent resident of the United States with friends and/or family either living in or visiting South or Central America? Either way, the need may some day arise for you to send money to friends, family, or business acquaintances in either of these countries.
There are any number of reasons for sending money sending money to Central or South America. Immigrant workers can sometimes make more money in the United States, and have a better chance of being employed, so make their money in the US and then send it back to their home country to support a family. This, of course, is not always the reason for sending money.
You may be a permanent resident of the United States and have friends, family, or business acquaintances in a foreign country. Whether they are just visiting or permanent residences of that foreign country, there could be any number of occasions which would require the sending of money from you to them. It could be something as simple as a loan or familial support, or as demanding as a crucial, time sensitive business transaction.
Money, Money, Money
There is a ton of money traveling from the United States to Central America. It seems to be increasing in leaps and bounds. If you live full-time or part-time in the United States and are sending money to Panama, Honduras, Guatemala, El Salvador, or Costa Rica, you are one of a growing number. As an example, already in 2017, and anticipated in even bigger numbers for 2018, more money traveled from the United States to Mexico than ever before. Technically, either parts or all of Mexico is sometimes included when people talk about Central America. It all depends on who you talk to.
Should you choose to send money to South America’s Uruguay, Peru, Paraguay, Ecuador, Columbia, Chile, Brazil, Bolivia, or Argentina, you would also be part of a growing trend.
Is Sending Money a Difficult Task?
Sending money to Central or South America doesn’t have to be as daunting a task as one might immediately imagine. Of course, a lot of that has to do with how you choose to send the money first place.
Should you mail the money? Though you should never mail cash, even sending something like a money order or cashier’s check will take up valuable time. If someone needs money, particularly in a foreign country, time is probably of the essence. So, sending money through the ‘snail mail’ method is out. What are your other options?
There are any number of “send money” sites on the Internet. But how do you know which one to use? One easy to use, highly reputable, dependable, secure, and affordable method is through Sharemoney.com. We service Uruguay, Peru, Paraguay, Ecuador, Columbia, Chile, Brazil, Bolivia, Argentina, Panama, Honduras, Guatemala, El Salvador, and Costa Rica. Money can quickly be sent from the United States to any of these locations and picked up at either a bank or an official cash pick-up location.
So, whether you’re working in the United States and sending money back to family and friends, or live in United States and have your own reasons for sending money to Central or South America, Sharemoney is here for you to make things as user-friendly and safe as possible.
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