Set up a payment to Jamaica
Add a new recipient, or select an existing one, and enter how much you wish to transfer to Jamaica.
We'll make your payment
We'll exchange your pounds to Jamaican dollars and deliver your payment, on time, with no hassle.
Common questions about sending money to Jamaica
How long will a payment to Jamaica take?
Payments to Jamaica will arrive within 1-2 working days when made via one of our currency specialists. You’ll be able to track your payments online and view your full transaction history.
What information do I need to send money to someone in Jamaica?
In order to send money to a Jamaican bank account, you’ll need to provide the following information, as well as additional documentation that supports your reason for payment.
- Full name of account holder
- BIC/SWIFT code
- Invoice with supplier’s name and address (if making a business payment)
- Photographic ID of the recipient and a copy of the recipient’s bank statement, less than three months old, with proof of address (if making a personal payment)
- A bank statement from the recipient account, less than three months old (if paying your own account in Jamaica)
These final three items can be provided in PDF form or as clear scans to firstname.lastname@example.org if for a personal payment, or email@example.com if for a business payment. If you have any questions regarding your payment to Jamaica, call our team on 0207 589 3000 (personal) or 0207 823 7878 (business).
Read our in-depth guide for more information regarding BIC/SWIFT codes.
How much money can I send to Jamaica?
There are no limits on the size of the payment you can make to a Jamaican bank account with moneycorp. We cater for both personal and business payments, helping you get your money where it needs to be.
Can I send money to all banks in Jamaica with Moneycorp?
We can help you make payments to a number of popular banks in Jamaica, not limited to:
- National Commercial Bank
- Scotiabank Jamaica
- CIBC First Caribbean
- First Global Bank
- Sagicor Bank
- JMMB Bank
If your bank isn’t on the list, that doesn’t necessarily mean we can’t help you make your payment. Speak to one of our specialists today to find out how we can help.