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One Canada Square
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London
E14 5AA
United Kingdom


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If the problem cannot be immediately resolved and you are still not satisfied, you can to send a complaint to the Chief Executive Officer at head office.

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  1. Join. It’s quick and easy, and there's no obligation
  2. Choose a currency and an amount to transfer, and tell us where you want to send it
  3. Make your payment to us
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