If you have relatives living in Russia, the case can happen when you need to send them money. You can even choose to do it regularly to help support them. In any case, you have several options all with varying degrees of comfort and the necessary technology. One of the most popular ways to transfer money to another country to use the company as an agent. You'll have to find an agent location to pay the fee and enter the name and place where the recipient will be collecting money. Your relative then need to enter a password to show that money for them through the confirmation number and passport, and do not have to pay a fee.
Keep in mind that the delivery more than $ 10,000 must be reported to the local Russian tax authorities, as well as the U.S. Treasury. Use of an agent often used for non-recurring transactions in Russia. You can also use wire transfer services are available at most banks. In this case, you and your relative must be at the same bank, and you should know your relative bank account number. Depending on your bank, you or your relative, or perhaps both, will be charged for wire transfers, and it may take up to two days for the transfer to be completed in Russia. It is also an option commonly used for non-recurring transactions, not regular transfers, and this method allows a relative to take out money that they can then exchange for rubles.