Do you need a simple way of remitting money to the Agricultural Bank of China? Are you looking for a way to make your money go further when you remit money to China? Whether you choose to remit Hong Kong dollars, US dollars or euros you should remit the money through Xendpay. With Xendpay, making remittances is really easy as we provide a 24/7 online payments system which means that it will be convenient and you will have flexibility when you make your remittance to ABC. Xendpay will also help you to make the most of your money as our transfer fees are really low and we offer a great exchange rate whether its HKD, USD or EUR that you wish to remit.

The agricultural bank of China, which also known as AgBank  or ABC was founded in 1951. The bank is headquatered in Beijing and has branches in China, Hong Kong,London, Tokyo, New York, Frankfurt, Sydney, Seoul, and Singapore. ABC has 320 million retail customers, 2.7 million corporate clients, and around 24,000 branches and is China’s third largest lender by assets.

Agricultural bank of China

Bank name: Agricultural Bank of China (ABC)
Website:   www.abchina.com/en/
Address: No.69, Jianguomen NeiAvenue, Dongcheng District, Beijing, P.R.China,100005
Phone number: (8610) 8510-9619
SWIFT code: ABOCCNBJ

Are you looking to remit money to a relative with a Agricultural Bank of China account? Maybe you will be remitting money to your personal bank account back home in China? Whatever your reason, and however much you are looking to remit, you should make your remittance through Xendpay.

Although your first thought may be to remit the money through a bank or a money sending bureaux, this will see you getting a poor return for your money as these services charge significant transfer fees and offer poor exchange rates, which will mean that less money is credited to the Agricultural Bank of China account.

To make your money go further you could make the remittance through a foreign exchange specialist like Xendpay as we enable you to remit money inexpensively as our transfer fees are highly competitive and we offer great exchange rates across our range of currencies, so more money will be credited to the bank account in China.

Not only is remitting the money through Xendpay budget friendly, but it also makes your remittances a lot simpler. With Xendpay you get a lot more flexibility as there is an online payments platform where you can make your payment instructions 24/7 from any location, so you no longer have to visit the bank and can make remittances, simply and from the comfort of your home in a few simple clicks.

To make the remittance you will need to let us know the currency that you will be paying with and the currency and the amount that you wish to remit. We will also need to know some details about the recipient, such as their name, their bank account details and their IBAN number, along with the address of the Agricultural Bank of China branch and its SWIFT code.

For us to complete your remittance to the Agricultural Bank of China account you will need to transfer the funds to our secure Barclays Bank client account. You will have a number of options, you could do a bank transfer or pay with credit or debit card.

Agricultural Bank of China, like all banks, may sometimes refuse to accept payments from some or all third parties.  Under these circumstances we will return the money to the client once it has been returned to RationalFX, less any SWIFT and third-party transfer costs and foreign exchange losses incurred.

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