Frequently Asked Questions

FAQ / Country


Asia Pasific : Australia, Bangladesh, Cambodia, China, Hong Kong, India, Japan, Malaysia, Myanmar, Nepal, Pakistan, Philippines, Singapore, South Korea, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Vietnam.

Europe : Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Malta, Monaco, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, San Marino, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom, Vatican City.

Africa : Ghana, Niger, Nigeria, South Africa

America : Argentina, Canada, Brazil, USA, Turkey

You are able to create and pay for transactions 24/7 through our website, Android app and IOS App

We will process your transactions during our operating hours on Monday to Friday at 9AM to 5PM and Saturdays on 9AM to 2PM.

The minimum and maximum amount differs from countries to countries

Generally, we have a minimum of Rp 50,000 per transaction before fees

We do not have any maximum except for the currencies below

- Bangladesh : BDT 4,000,000
- Brazil : BRL 29,999 (Personal) & BRL 15,000/ (Business)
- Cambodia : KHR 20,000,000
- Canada : CAD 25,000
- Ghana : GHS 5000/tx
- India : INR 1,500,000 (Business)
- Japan : JPY 1,000,000
- Korea : KRW 5,000,000/tx (Personal)
- Malaysia : MYR 1,000,000
- Myanmar : MMK 6,000,000/tx (Personal)
- Nepal : NPR 1,000,000
- Niger : XOF 1,000,000
- Pakistan : PKR 1,000,000 (Personal)
- Phillipines : PHP 10,000,000 (Personal)
- Singapore : SGD 200,000
- Sri Lanka : LKR 5,000,000
- Thailand : THB 500,000 (Personal) & THB 1,500,000 (Business)
- Turkey : TRY 85,000 (Personal) & TRY 50,000 (Business)
- Vietnam : VND 300,000,000
*tx – Per transaction

For transactions above Rp 200,000,000, we will require supporting documents

Our fees differ from countries and corridors of transfers. The fees are subject to change and can be reviewed at any given time on the Adaremit currency converter.

  • IFSC Code is an alphanumeric code that identifies a particular bank-branch participating in the two main Electronic Fund Settlement Systems in India.

  • SWIFT Code is a unique identification code for financial and non-financial institutions.

  • IBAN Number is an international system of identifying bank accounts across national borders to facilitate the communication and processing of cross-border transactions.

  • BSB Code is a Bank State Branch (BSB) code used in Australia to identify a bank’s branch.

  • Sort Codes are codes the British and Irish banking industry uses to identify banks when routing money transfers.

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