If you are a SME that conducts global trading or an individual contractor who needs to send and receive payments in overseas currencies, or change money overseas, then international currency transfers are probably a key part of your daily routine.
If you use a bank or broker for your international currency transfers, your charges will be incorporated into the exchange rate. But do you really know how much you are paying for the transactions?
For businesses who are solely reliant on international trade, such as importers and exporters, the hidden costs could be massive and in many cases they could be paying too much. There is, however, another option: currencywave.com
CurrencyWave is transparent and fair and does not levy hidden charges on international currency transfers that can impact on a business’s profits. Offering market-leading exchange rates that are unavailable through banks and helping you manage the risk of currency fluctuations. So, with CurrencyWave you always know what you are paying for your transactions.
As a digital business, CurrencyWave are able to generate savings with fewer overheads than the banks, reflecting their low cost-base in the exchange rates they offer.
How can you benefit?
* Low fees and competitive exchange rates that you won’t find at any bank
* Quotes accepted or rejected within 20 seconds
* Quotes available online and over the phone
* Transparent charges and no hidden costs
* No demand for up-front payment for ‘spot’ rate transactions
* 4-step process to save up to 85% on hidden bank charges.
CurrencyWave lets you keep more of your money in your business or pocket, saving you up to 85% on the fees charged by banks.
For further details visit www.currencywave.com or contact Jamie Holmes at CurrencyWave on +44 (0) 113 451 0180.
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