Postal money orders:
Secure, convenient, freely accepted
- Money orders are sent to the payee via the remitter's own registered mail.
- Money orders can be redeemed at all online post office nationwide.
- Each money order may be for up to NT$500,000, and the remittance fee is NT$30
- Money orders have a valid redemption period of 3 years.
A batch money order purchase form may be made out when purchasing multiple money orders.
Remittance into an account:
If the transaction amount exceeds NT$500,000 (inclusive), please refer to the explanation concerning documents needed in the "Q&A" section.
Fast, secure, and with safeguards.
Sending cash by wire:
- Remittances are transmitted online into payees' accounts, and the payees can make immediate withdrawals.
- No limit on amount of remittance; a fee of NT$30 is charged for each remittance.
- Each remittance is limited to NT$2.0 million when mass remittances are made; makes remittances mare convenient for agencies, companies, and other businesses.
Send cash quickly and conveniently.
Postal Gift Coupons:
- A letter can be attached, and many customer-friendly options include different colors of letter paper. Suitable for all important family occasions.
- Each remittance may be up to NT$80,000.
Letting you send your feelings on important family occasions.
Postal interbank remittances:
- Postal Gift Coupon face values: Congratulations coupons: NT$600, NT$1,000, NT$2,000, and NT$3,000; regular coupons: NT$300, NT$500, and NT$1,000.
- Postal Gift Coupons are not in the recipient's name, and can be cashed immediately. When the amount redeemed exceeds NT$30,000 (inclusive), the person conducting the transaction must display an ID document.
- Postal Gift Coupons may not be reported lost.
- A fee of NT$15 is charged for each coupon, and a discount is provided for large purchases.
- Remittance limits:
- Outward remittances: Each remittance may be for up to NT$50 million.
- Inward remittances: The maximum amount of each remittance shall depend on the regulations of the remitting bank.
- A bulk interbank postal remittance application form may be filled out when making multiple interbank remittances.
- Remittance fees:
- They fee of NT$30 is charged for remittances of less than NT$2 million, and an additional fee of NT$10 is charged for every additional increment of NT$1 million (increments of less than NT$1 million shall be considered to be NT$1 million).
- Inward remittances:
- Both post office passbook savings online post office accounts (apart from teachers/civil service, employee severance fund accounts, and special purpose accounts) and giro savings account can accept inward remittances from other financial institutions.
- When remittances are made into passbook savings, name of beneficiary bank:
- "Postal passbook savings account" (financial institution code: 7000021) 14 places for the account number (7 places for post office, 7 places for the account number).
- In the case of the inward remittance of a giro, name of the beneficiary bank:
- "Postal giro" (financial institution code: 7000010) 8 places for account number.
- Working time for processing an outward remittance:
- Regular business days (Monday through Friday): 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
- Post offices with open hours on holidays and after 3:30 p.m. on regular business days: Can accept remittances, but will not enter them into accounts until the next banking day (when the accepting post office has business hours).
- Post offices with extended hours on regular business days (5:30 to 9:00): will not accept outward remittances.