The way to send money when faster is better
Around the globe
With Wells Fargo Online Wires, you can send money to both personal and business accounts in the U.S. and 200+ countries. Additional fees may apply.
When timing is key
Domestic and International Wire Transfers sent through Online Wires are typically sent the same business day if they are submitted by 2:00 pm Pacific Time. Otherwise, they will be sent the next business day. Easily access your online wires history through Wells Fargo Online.
With online wires, you can:
- Add a recipient once – we’ll save the details for next time
- Set your mobile language preference to Spanish
How to set up and send online wires
- Sign on to Wells Fargo Online.
- Select Wire Money in the Transfer & Pay menu.
- Add recipient details.
- Send the wire (You must have a valid U.S. Mobile number or secure ID device to wire money).
Frequently asked questions
How do I send an online wire transfer?
- Sign on to Wells Fargo Online, go to Transfer & Pay, and enroll in online wire transfers to initiate a wire transfer.
- Choose your recipient, your funding account and amount (along with any additional details required for certain countries).
- Review and send your payment.
How much money can I send with Wells Fargo Online® Wires?
For your security, we restrict the amount of money you can send to recipients online. You will be able to review any limits before completing your wire transfer in online banking. To request higher limits for online wires, please visit your local branch.
What information do I need to wire money through Wells Fargo?
To send a wire, you will need:
- The name and address of your recipient
- The name of your recipient’s bank
- A valid U.S. mobile number or secure ID device
To send a domestic wire, you will also need:
- The routing (ABA/RTN) number for your recipient’s bank. If you don’t know your routing number, we can look it up for you on the Add Recipient screen.
- Your recipient’s account number
To send an international wire, you will also need:
- The SWIFT/BIC for your recipient’s bank. A SWIFT code or Bank Identification Code (BIC) identifies the bank that will receive your wire transfer. If you don’t know this, contact your recipient’s bank.
- Your recipient’s International Bank Account Number (IBAN). An IBAN identifies specific bank accounts at international banks. Depending on the country, we may ask you to provide an IBAN when you send an international wire transfer.
Certain countries require additional codes as follows:
- Australia: Australian Branch Code (BSB)
- Canada: Canadian Payment Routing Number
- Great Britain: U.K. Sort Code
- India: IFSC Code
- Mexico: CLABE
- New Zealand, Cook Islands, Niue, Pitcairn and Tokelau: New Zealand Clearing Code
- Some countries also require you to provide a purpose of payment