Mar 16 2010

Payment Methods

Payment methods for your foreign exchange requirements

For our large value service, we believe that paying for your currency should be as simple and straightforward as the rest of your international payment process, that is why we offer all our clients a number of different payment methods.

Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT) – is the fastest and most secure way to send payment to us. Our client account is able to accept both BACS and CHAPS transfers.

Debit Card – we can accept payments by debit card up to a maximum of £10,000, making it the ideal payment method for smaller transfers. Please be aware though that we do not accept payment by credit card.

Direct Debit – by setting up a secure Direct Debit it enables our bank to simply notify your bank of the amount you authorise to have withdrawn, therefore, eliminating the need for you to initiate a wire transfer or write a cheque.

Cheque – simply mail a GBP cheque made payable to the exchanger.

For amounts of currency over £4,000, $5,000 or €5,000 please call 0845 389 3000 and ask for a no obligation, free consultation with the exclusive Wise Money business forex service or complete the online enquiry form

For our travelling cash service, payment can be made securely over the Internet with any card bearing the Switch, Delta, Visa, MasterCard logo or by cheque, chaps, swift or cash.

To order your foreign exchange holiday money cash deliveries in the UK please click here now for amounts less than £4,000, $5,000 or €5,000Foreign exchange online

10 Responses to “Payment Methods”

  1. Eric S Maskin says:

    Bank of England Governor Mervyn King says he’s ready to resume quantitative easing if the UK economic recovery falters due to the incoming austerity measures. Wholly inappropriate IMO – you can’t address an insolvency problem with liquidity.

    • Dr Search- Principal Consultant at the Search Clinic says:

      Hello Eric
      Thank you for your comment and interest in the Currency Converters blog.
      I quite agree with you that spending money one doesn’t have or earned
      is totally wrong and short sighted.
      Try telling that to the unions who want to bankrupt the country.

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