Hafiz Bros Ltd

Frequently Asked Question's

Visit one of our many offices fill out and provide the necessary documentations and we will issue you a user ID. Otherwise download this form fill and send it back to us, upon receipt of the form and relevant documentations we will send you a unique user ID.
Please see the list of collection points for the relevant country.
You need to register with us. We also require 2 forms of identification, 1 photographic and 1 recent utility bill for amounts up to 5000. For amounts over 5000 we require the above two identification documents as well as proof of the source of your income, for example pay slips or bank statements.
We accept:

4.1: Cash. Payment can be made into anyone of our branches in person or you can deposit the said monies into our nominated bank account.

4.2: Cheques are also accepted, (the transaction will only take place after the funds have cleared).

4.3: You can also use credit or debit cards to execute transactions.

4.4: Online payments are also acceptableonly for member.

Simply deposit your amount into our bank account held at the Barclays Bank.
The transfer limit depends on the destination country and its regulations. Please contact one of our branches for further clarification.
It depends on which of our Four services that you choose to use. Same Day service, the Next Day service and cash Transfer into a bank Account.
Through the nominated collection point by the remitter. Additionally the centre which processes the payment will call your beneficiary to inform them of the collection point.
The beneficiary requires their country of residence national ID card. (Original and copy)
We guarantee 100% customer confidentiality.
YES! Your money is safe and secure and will be delivered with 100% assurance to the said destination.
You can phone one of our many branches to ask for an update of your transaction.
The best time for the transaction is before 6.00 pm BST.
Money laundering and other unlawful activities. Hafiz bros LTd reserves the right at all times to refuse to process any currency orders or International Money Transfers at any stage, which it believes in its sole discretion, is connected in any manner to a drug money laundering, terrorist activity or other unlawful purpose.

We have a legal obligation to report to Customs and Excise any such suspicious transactions. The definition of a suspicious transaction is one that raises "an unconfirmed belief" or "a fleeting inkling".

Please contact the following numbers to have your queries answered.

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  144 Calder Street, Glasgow, UK, G42 7QP

  0044 141 423 3037