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Net+ Euro Card
Application Fee: Free
Transaction Fee: foreign-atm-fee, no-foreign-pos, no-uk-pos, uk-atm-fee
Monthly Fee: Free
ATM Charges: €4.00 in UK - 2.95% abroad
Top Up Fee: Free - 1.75%
Moneycorp Explorer Card
Application Fee: Free
Transaction Fee: no-foreign-pos, no-uk-atm-fee
Monthly Fee: Free
ATM Charges: Free
Top Up Fee: Free
Caxtonfx Euro Card
Application Fee: Free- £10.00
Transaction Fee: no-foreign-atm, no-foreign-pos
Monthly Fee: Free
ATM Charges: Free, except in UK which is €2
Top Up Fee: Free up to 4%
AceFX Euro Card
Application Fee: Free with a £200 load otherwise £6.95
Transaction Fee: foreign-atm-fee, no-foreign-pos
Monthly Fee: Free
ATM Charges: €1.25 - €1.50
Top Up Fee: Free

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Transfer money to country

Are you transferring money to a nephew abroad, buying a holiday home or sending emergency funds to your travelling child? A large number of people around the world make money transfers to various countries each day. Whilst many would think it is a simple process, there are a few points that need to be considered.

How much does it cost?

Unfortunately, transferring money to another bank account in another country is not as simple and as cheap-or should I say free as it is in your own country. There are two categories of costs involved with transferring money overseas: exchange rates and fees.

Whilst many would assume the only person that could receive fees for moving money is the person transferring the money, this is not the case as a number of different fees, commission and charges can incur for both the sender and the individual receiving the funds.

It is important to research the different fees very carefully as some providers may make plenty of small charges just to hide the exact cost of the transfer.

The exchange rate is very important as people sending money want to make sure they are getting the most from their money. Some companies will claim they do not charge commission but will then make the exchange rate more costly so you do not get the most from your home currency.

Why you should transfer money

Transferring money with foreign exchange brokers makes sure the most competitive rates are provided, which in general are far more worthwhile than high street banks.

You can use foreign exchange brokers for single transfers as well as regular payments abroad for all of your overseas money transfers.

Use money transfers online

Using an online money transfer services is very simple. This tends to work by paying in your home currency through an internet transfer and the company will then covert and send to the bank receiving the funds. This typically takes anything from two days to four days.

Specialist currency brokers give more options

Specialist currency brokers should be used by people who want to send money abroad. The rates for different fees and exchange rates are constantly changing so it is important to use a specialist currency broker to establish the best rate applicable to the country funds are being transferred to.

People transferring money abroad should also ask how much is given for their home currency after the exchange rate and other fees.

Typically, the more you transfer, the better the rates available are which is why specialist brokers are the most ideal choice when it comes to transferring large amounts of money.

How quickly is money transferred abroad?

The speed of which money is transferred can vary. It depends on the location that money is being sent to and the status of the currency.

For instance, a strong currency, such as the dollar, is likely to speed up the process of overseas money transfers which means money is often delivered within one to two days.

However, currency that is not considered a major currency, such as the Rupee (PKR), may take longer to transfer.