1 Verify that the sender has your information. If using a bank, the sender will need your bank's name, contact information, your account number, the bank's swift code and the name that your account is under. If using a transfer service, the sender will need your name exactly how it appears on your ID.
2 Go to a branch of the transfer service that the sender is using, show your ID and get your money. Transfer services usually make payments available in 24 hours.
3 Check with your local bank for a time estimate, if using a bank. The money will simply post to your account, though it can take anywhere from three days to three weeks. Santander and HSBC are usually faster than national banks such as Banco Real.