What are the delivery times?
To process your transfer, we need to receive your payment first. If you pay with a bank transfer in the UK, it can take up to 1 working day for your payment to reach Azimo’s account. For other European countries, it can take up to 2 workings days. Payments done by card are a much faster option, as they only take a few minutes to reach our account.
Once we have received your payment, we will immediately process your transfer and notify you via email and push notification. A direct to bank transfer to Thailand is usually processed within 1 working day.
Please note that it may take longer to process the transfer on the weekend and public holidays.
What are the minimum and maximum amounts per transfer?
The minimum amount for transferring to Thailand is 10 GBP while the maximum is 50,000 GBP.
If you need to send higher amounts to Thailand, we might request additional details from you to process the transfer. This is a standard security check, in accordance with the Know Your Customer (KYC) policy, which is used across the EU and UK to ensure the safety of all money transfers.
Please note some recipient’s banks have a limit set on how much they can receive, so double check with them before sending.
Do you process transfers to Thailand during the weekends?
Our local partner banks in Thailand currently do not process transfers on weekends. Any transfers created on Saturday, Sunday or a bank holiday will be processed the next working day.
Can I make a transfer to a company?
You can send money to a company account in Thailand, both with local direct to bank transfers.
remember to select the correct type of account when creating your new recipient
on your Azimo account.
Which banks in Thailand do you send money to?
We work with a large amount of local banks in Thailand, including: Bankok Bank, Bank of Ayudhya, Kasikornbank, Krungthai Bank, SCB and Thanachart Bank.
Important information to note
When you’re sending money to Thailand, please make sure of the following:
- that the account you’re sending to is able to receive Thai Baht
- or USD/EUR if you’re sending with a SWIFT transfer
- that the account is active and not closed
- that there are no restrictions on the amount received by your recipient, as some banks may have a limit