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Transferwise Login: Transferwise Email, Facebook, Google Sign In

You can carry out the Transferwise login steps if you want to manage your account, send money, receive money or even get the Transferwise debit card. If you want to see your activity and transactions and even choose how you’d like to get started, you will have to sign in to your account.

The steps in signing in are easy as A, B, C, D, and I have taken my time to explain it to you in detail. All you have to do is to read this article to the end and you are very much good to go.

Transferwise makes it easy to send money abroad anytime you want, but before you will be able to carry out that procedure, it is required that you already own an account on the platform and you are able to sign in with your registered details.

However, you are also given the option to use your Facebook or Google account to sign in apart from your registered email address and password. The basic steps will be shown to you in this article and you can easily follow the one that suits you which will also sign in to your account dashboard.

The dashboard is where you can carry out your monetary transactions and lots more.

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The platform offers fast, low-cost, and secure online money transfers from the United Kingdom to Nigeria or any part of the world. It just requires you to sign in and you are very much good to go.

How To Create Transferwise Account

You will need to have an account before you think of logging in, the steps below showed be followed to quickly create your Transferwise account.

  • Visit the official website of Transferwise at www.transferwise.com
  • Click on “Register” at the top right side of the page
  • If you are creating a personal account, select “Personal”. If it is a business account, select “business” and then enter your email address
  • Create a password and select your country of residence
  • Then click on “Sign Up”

After a successful sign up using the steps above, only then can you be able to login with the details that have been registered. See the steps below for sign in.

Transferwise Login

You can log in with your registered email address and password as I earlier stated or you can use your Facebook account or Google account to sign in.

Using your registered email address

  • Go to www.transferwise.com and click on “Login” at the top right side of the page
  • On the page, enter your registered email address and password in the field provided
  • Click on “Login”

Using Facebook Account

If you will like to sign in to your Transferwise account using your Facebook Account, then you should bear in mind that Transferwise will access your Facebook public information to sign you into its platform.

  • Go to www.transferwise.com and click on “Login” at the top right side of the page
  • On the sign-in page, select the Facebook icon at the bottom of the sign-in form
  • You will be directed to the Facebook sign-in page where you have to enter your Facebook email address or phone number and password, then click on “log in”

Using Google Account

Just like the Facebook sign-in method above, Transferwise will also use your Google public information to access your dashboard on its platform.

  • Go to www.transferwise.com and click on “Login” at the top right side of the page
  • On the sign-in page, select the Google icon at the bottom of the sign-in form
  • You will be directed to your Google login page where you have to enter your Google email address or phone number and then click on “Next”
  • On the next page, enter your password to access the Transferwise platform.

It’s as simple as that. Any of the methods above you employ will still take you to the Transferwise dashboard where you can carry out your transactions.

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