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Transfer Money from UK to Poland

4 Oct 2016 #31
Hi! You should test england. All money transfers above 100GBP are completely free.
If you transfer more than 2000GBP you can call them and negotiate. Rates for transfers above 10,000 GBP are at same level as transfer wise's and a lot better than hsbc/citi
jon357 63 | 15,524
4 Oct 2016 #32
Sounds like an advert. Btw WorldFirst transactions are free too - and their exchange rates are good.
cms 9 | 1,271
4 Oct 2016 #33
with all of these guys please note that they have no insurance and are not covered by the same regulators as the banks. So you get lower fees but one reason for that is that they are less safe. There have been a few online forex players who have gone bust over the years.
jon357 63 | 15,524
4 Oct 2016 #34
This is true, however the two main ones, World First and Transfer Wise are financially backed by larger organisations who take care of their reputations. Additionally, the amount your money is with them is usually a few minutes so a customer would have to be very unlucky indeed for them to a. go bust exactly during that ten minute window and b. for the banks that own them to walk away from the situation.
frogtastic - | 4
10 Oct 2016 #35
Western Union has a money transfer app which is pretty easy
jon357 63 | 15,524
10 Oct 2016 #36
Quite an expensive one too.

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