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You do not need to open a bank account, so you can send or receive money in any of the 170 000 service points of Western Union around the world. In April 1851 companions registered in Albany New York and Mississippi Valley Printing Telegraph Company (NYMVPTC), which included founded two years before New York State Printing Telegraph Company. Western Union for more than 130 years provides money transfer services to its customers. 1998 - the number of points of money transfers worldwide reached 50,000. The network of money transfers of Western Union is the world's largest. Money transfer is a matter of minutes, at any distance.


Western Union money transfer agent location in Darfield, New Zealand

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Darfield, New Zealand have 1 agent Western Union money transfer agent location. All country.

In April 1851 companions registered in Albany New York and Mississippi Valley Printing Telegraph Company (NYMVPTC), which included founded two years before New York State Printing Telegraph Company. 1998 - the number of points of money transfers worldwide reached 50,000. The network of money transfers of Western Union is the world's largest.



Agent Work time Services
Darfield Post Shop, Darfield
Midwest Mews
Darfield Post Shop
Monday: 8:30 AM - 5:30 PM
Tuesday: 8:30 AM - 5:30 PM
Wednesday: 8:30 AM - 5:30 PM
Thursday: 8:30 AM - 5:30 PM
Friday: 8:30 AM - 5:30 PM
Saturday: 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Sunday: Closed
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Each money transfer is protected with control number, that allows you to track and to ensure prompt payment of money specified by you person. The presence of Western Union Gold Card at the client greatly simplifies the process of further processing of money transfers of and reduces the operation time for the sending of money, as the "Gold Card" is a carrier of the personal information about the client. In 1849, Selden and Sibley, the founders of the future Western Union, created the New York State Printing Telegraph Company. In the early forties of the 20th century, Western Union has used the first time a commercial intercity microwave transmission system. The size of the commission fee for the transfer is charged according to the Western Union tariffs and depends on the amount of money sent. In 1864, fearing the laying of long underwater lines, Western Union offered to carry out laying of telegraph lines to Europe through the Russian Alaska under the narrow Bering Strait and then to Siberia with branching in the major cities of Europe. In 1988, the company undertook a massive reorganization in response to rapidly changing business conditions. In particular, this need has arisen due to many technological changes that have taken place at that time. Company name was changed from Western Union Telegraph Co. to Western Union Corp. In the Western Union in the 30s of the 20th century worked 14 thousand couriers delivering telegrams.