If you are interested in sending a payment through Directo a México so the beneficiary gets it at any of the more than 1,580 TELECOMM-TELÉGRAFOS branches, you should:
- Request to send a payment to Mexico using the account-to-cash, so your beneficiary can claim it at any TELECOMM-TELÉGRAFOS post office in México.
- Provide the following information:
- The full name of the beneficiary in México: First name, and both last names.
- Address in México.
- Additional information (not mandatory): Date of birth, or mobile phone number.
- The dollar amount that you want to send.
Pay the transfer fee requested by the enrolled financial institution.
Inform your relative about the unique transference number (16 digits), which he/she will need in order to cash the payment (sample below):
How can the beneficiary cash the payments at the post office?
If you sent a payment through Directo a México so your beneficiary can cash it at any TELECOMM-TELÉGRAFOS branch, he/she can do it just showing any of the following valid official ID (voter card (IFE), passport, military record, consular registration, or the INAPAM seniors card), and providing the 16 digit unique transference number that the originating institution has designated to the payment. You must inform your beneficiary what the unique transference number is (sample below):