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When you want to send money overseas, who does that money belong to? Really – it’s a serious question.

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Ideally the answer would be that it’s you… but not everybody agrees. During an international money transfer, your bank will take some of that money in fees and charges. They’re also not in any rush to get it done either.

Here at Currencies Direct, we’re a bit different. We change money from one currency to another, and we don’t charge transfer fees. It works like this:

  1. Register with us (it takes about 2 minutes)
  2. Tell us what currency you’d like to send and where
  3. Make your payment to us
  4. We’ll send the payment after the funds clear 

That’s pretty simple. And you’ll probably save around 5% of your transfer, too. 

How it works

  1. Join. It’s quick and easy...
  2. Choose a currency amount to transfer, and tell us where you want to send it
  3. Make your payment to us
  4. We’ll send the funds as soon as we receive your payment
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