Rate Alert


We've always got an eye on the foreign exchange markets to make sure we get the best rates. Just let us know what you're looking for and we'll keep an eye on it for you too.

 

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Register for free to see our live exchange rates and make a transfer.

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It only takes 2 minutes!

Setting up a Rate Alert is basically telling us what exchange rate you’re interested in, and what you think is an acceptable deal. We then assign a member of our expert team to monitor the markets for you, who will notify you when the rate becomes available.

Banks simply don’t have the time to offer this service, which is why they’re less useful for big decisions (like moving abroad or buying overseas property). With a Rate Watch, you can set up as many searches as you like and leave the rest to us.

Most importantly, when your desired rate arrives, you’re under no obligation to actually trade. It’s just a great way to keep abreast of what’s happening in the currency market so you know when the best time is to start trading if you need to.

Set up a Rate Watch today and make sure you get the currency deal you want.



 

 




 

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