Today, you have new rights when you send money to family or others outside the United States.
These protections come from a new federal rule that was finalized by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau earlier this year.
The rule applies to electronic money transfers sent by people in the United States to people or businesses in other countries. In general, the rule covers transfers sent by companies such as money transmitters, banks, credit unions and other financial services companies that consistently send more than 100 international money transfers each year. Continue Reading >