- Posted by Sean on October 20, 2017 in Banking Global Money Transfer Technology
You might not have heard of Australia’s New Payments Platform (NPP), but it has been a big deal on our end. We’re going to take you through this new technology – and show you how it benefits you.
- Posted by Laurie I on August 9, 2016 in Banking Global Money Transfer
If you’ve ever transferred money to, from or within Europe, you’ve probably noticed that the money doesn’t go through right away. This is pretty normal and happens with almost every transaction (with the exception of internal bank transfers). We’re going to take you through our ultimate guide to help you minimize the length of this bank transfer downtime. That way, your cross-border transactions will be as quick and easy as possible. Plus, this will help you plan big payments, to make sure they get to their destination on time.
- Posted by Sean on December 3, 2015 in Global Money Transfer
Diwali may be over, but there’s no reason why you shouldn’t send a little money home to help with the post holiday blues. When you’re transferring money to India, do you go through a bank, or an external provider? If you’re concerned about costs, speed and security, your choice makes a huge difference. We’re going to take you through the things you need to look for to get the most bang for your buck when you transfer money to India from Australia.
- Posted by Sean on July 24, 2015 in Global Money Transfer
Remitting money back to India can be expensive. However, it doesn’t necessarily have to be that way. With simple tricks and tips, you can make sure that you get the most bang for your buck. Things such as knowing the jargon, using the most cost effective service, and timing your money transfer can make your money go a lot further. Keep reading for a simple explanation of why money transferred to India is subject to fluctuating exchange rates. Then be sure to read our list of easy tricks and tips that help maximise your money by taking advantage of India’s often-fluctuating exchange rate.
- Posted by Paul on June 4, 2015 in Global Money Transfer Travel
India is renowned as one of the world’s best places to travel to. The culture, people, and history all combine to provide something unique to travellers. Fortunately, you don’t need vast sums of money to experience India and all that is has to offer. Travel to India is relatively inexpensive compared to many destinations, but read below for ten India budget travel tips to make your money go even further.
- Posted by Paul on May 27, 2015 in Global Economies Global Money Transfer
If you’re looking at exchanging your Pounds (GPB) to Euros (EUR), you’ll probably want to know how the outlook for 2015 is looking. We’re going to take you through the day to day swings, as well as a few longer term projections for the pound to Euro exchange rate.
- Posted by Paul on May 11, 2015 in Banking Global Money Transfer
Sending money online has always been seen as uncertain – after all, you have very little control over the transaction once it leaves your account. Fraudsters and scam artists are well aware of this and have a number of tricks to bleed victims of their hard earned cash. We’re going to take you through the most popular of these international online money transfer scams, so that you can spot and avoid them.
- Posted by Hieu on May 5, 2015 in Global Economies Global Money Transfer
For today’s AUD to PHP exchange rate, use calculator at top right (if you’re on mobile, view AUD to PHP here)
- Posted by Jason on May 1, 2015 in Global Economies Global Money Transfer
THE chance of parity between the Australian dollar and its Kiwi rival is fast dissipating, with the Reserve Bank of New Zealand signalling it may be preparing to cut rates.
- Posted by Jason on April 30, 2015 in Global Economies Global Money Transfer
Buying currency online is just like buying anything else, but it can sometimes seem confusing and difficult. To help you navigate the deep, dark world of currency exchange, we’re going to take you through a comprehensive “buyer’s guide” to foreign currency.