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How we compare
The cost of a currency transfer is a hugely important factor that helps you decide whether you want to send your money with a particular provider. We work out all the fees from start to finish to provide you with the complete picture.
No-one likes waiting around for their money to arrive, especially when it’s for something important. When transferring large sums of money it can take weeks to arrive with particular providers, we ensure you know which ones they are.
Sending large sums of money to a company you’ve never heard of requires trust. We look for major trust signals as a minimum such as regulation to ensure your money is safe, then go above that and look at the providers online reputation.
Each money transfer provider is different and they provide varying levels of perks for being with them, from free transfers to discounts on other services. Find out what you can get by comparing today.
Not every money transfer service provides a full range of currencies to give you the choice of what to transfer. We prefer providers that offer more currencies for you to transfer.
While almost every provider offers transfers via bank transfer, is it the most convenient way to transfer money online? We look for a wide range of payment options when comparing listed providers.
Frequently asked questions
Do you compare all currencies and countries?
We compare over 50 money transfer companies, this would cover nearly most or all countries. If you cannot find the currency you want to exchange, or the country you want to send to – please email us here: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Who has the best exchange rates?
All money transfer providers’ exchange rates vary from time to time, this is why you should not stick to the same transfer provider. It is always best to compare the exchange rates to get the maximum value of your transfer.
Are money transfers services regulated?
Yes. All our listed companies dealing with overseas money transfers must be authorised with their relevant regulatory body.