Wise (formerly TransferWise) is a UK-based foreign exchange financial technology company that allows sending and receiving money from anywhere in the world (Internationally).
We’ll ask for your email address, and you’ll create a password. You can also sign up by connecting to your Google or Facebook account.
Tip: If you already have a Wise account, go to Home on the website and choose Send money, or tap Send on the app, to set up a transfer.
You can start with the amount you’d like to send, or how much you’d like your recipient to get.
Tip: If it’s important that your recipient gets an exact amount, type that amount into the Recipient gets box. We’ll automatically tell you how much you need to send.
If you’re paying in from a personal bank account, it’s a Personal transfer.
We’ll ask for your personal details, like your address. We need this info to comply with finance regulations, but we’ll never share it.
If you have their bank details, add them in and we’ll send money to that account.
If you don’t have their bank details, just enter their email address.
Make sure everything looks right. You can add a reference for your recipient if you’d like.
We’ll let you know the fees for each option, and how long it should take the money to arrive.
NB: Please dont choose ACH.
Tip: It’s often cheapest to pay from your bank account. This means you’ll have to go to your online banking or your branch, and then send the money to Wise.
After we’ve received your money, we’ll confirm the transfer via email, or in the app. And we’ll also let you and your recipient know when the money’s on its way.
For more information click this link: https://wise.com/us/blog/making-an-international-wire-transfer
So with Debit and credit card payments you can only pay upto USD2000 Per day so if your payment is more then USD 2000 you can do Wire Transfer which will eventually also be more cheaper or else you can opt to pay twice to complete the payment