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Sometimes the current exchange rate is too good to miss, but you don’t need to spend the money just yet. This is the right kind of time to arrange a forward payment. Essentially, this is what you go for when you’re keen on today’s rate, but your payment doesn’t need to happen right away.
By doing it this way, you are able to secure your currency at the rate you want, but you don’t have to make the payment for up to a year. This protects your finances from any fluctuations in the market, so we can make sure your high-value currency purchases are done with complete peace of mind.
To lock in your forward payment, we’ll ask you to pay a 10% deposit.
If that sounds like the sort of thing you need, then just register with us and we’ll help out with the rest. It takes a couple of minutes and you’ll be making transfers in no time at all.
How it works
- Join. It’s quick and easy...
- Choose a currency amount to transfer, and tell us where you want to send it
- Make your payment to us
- We’ll send the funds as soon as we receive your payment
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