Send Money to Poland

OFX: not as good as Chopin, but still pretty good.

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How to Send Money to Poland

  1. Gather the relevant banking information including the name on the recipient’s bank account, the IBAN number, the NROB, and the SWIFT/BIC code.

  2. Create a free online account with OFX, or login to get a live quote for your money transfer.

  3. Enter your details and those of your recipient.

  4. Choose ‘finalize transaction’ to process your payment.

 

It’s easy and affordable to send money to Poland using OFX. Even if you’re not ready to transfer funds today, you can sign up now, so your account is active and ready when a great exchange rate comes up.

 

When sending money to Poland, keep in mind that different tax regulations may apply to sending large sums of money overseas depending on many factors including:

 

  • how the money is going to be used

  • how much you are sending

  • the source of the funds

  • if the money has been taxed elsewhere

 

For example, supporting family members by paying for living expenses is usually considered different from sending large sums of money abroad as a gift. See our Guide to Sending Money to Family Abroad for more details.

How to send money to Poland at a great exchange rate

When looking at exchange rates, it’s important to know that the value of the Polish Zloty (PLN) is influenced by events that occur domestically, as those events are observed closely by financial markets. Other influencers include economic performance against other countries, such as those in Europe, and the PLN’s floating exchange rate policy. If you want to read up on the factors that influence the value of the PLN or other currencies, head over to the Exchange Rates section of our site.

 

Sources:

  1. http://www.financialobserver.eu/poland/diminishing-chances-for-the-strengthening-of-the-polish-zloty-pln/

Poland Money Transfers – FAQs

Wondering how to send money to Poland? We've got the smart, secure way to exchange your U.S. dollars for euros. With offices around the world, we provide 24-hour access to our highly skilled transfer team.

Is there any limit on how much money I can send to Poland?

No. OFX works well for both businesses and individuals.   

Can I send money from a Polish bank account to the U.S.?

Sure. If you live in Europe, you’ll want to complete your registration with our European branchIf you live in the U.S., register now to send money to Poland with your American bank account.

Does OFX transfer money to all Polish banks?

OFX can transfer funds to any bank in Poland, including, but not limited to:

  • BIG Bank Gdanski

  • Citibank

  • Deutsche Bank Polska

  • ING Barings

  • Millennium Bank

  • National Bank of Poland

  • Nordea Bank

  • PKO BP

  • Bank Przemyslowo-Handlowy

  • Raiffeisen Bank

  • Bank Slaski

  • Wielkopolski Bank Kredytowy

The OFX-factor:

You can reach our dedicated customer service agents 24/7 (including weekends and most holidays). When others are closed, we’re open. Need a quote? Need it ASAP? Need to talk to someone about your mother? We’re here for you.

 

When you use OFX, you’ll get fast, efficient service, and we’ll keep you informed of where your money is along the way. For all your overseas payments, OFX is simply smarter.

How can OFX help you manage USD/EUR exchange rate swings?

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