No longer will those in Singapore have to deal with bad exchange rates from their banks. Nor will they be fed up with poor customer and long waits to chat to a charmless live chat bot.
CurrencyFair has brought its global money transfer service to the Lion City. This means that Singapore residents can now access fast, secure money transfers at bank-beating exchange rates, while enjoying world-class service from our 5-star customer support team.
HELPING YOUR AUDIENCE SAVE ON MONEY TRANSFERS FROM SINGAPORE
CurrencyFair has a long history of helping people and businesses save money on their currency transfers. Our competitive exchange rates make the cost of sending money up to 8 times cheaper than with a typical bank. To date, over 130,000 customers have saved over SGD$300m (equiv. of €205m) in excessive bank fees by using CurrencyFair’s online money transfer service.
Singapore residents will now be able to send money from Singapore by depositing in the following currencies to be exchanged at bank-beating rates:
Australian Dollars (AUD)
Pound Sterling (GBP)
Singapore Dollars (SGD)
US Dollars (USD)
HOW CAN CUSTOMERS SAVE ON GLOBAL MONEY TRANSFERS FROM SINGAPORE?
Our regulated online money transfer platform means customers receive more money when they exchange into any of our 19 currencies.
That means more money to:
Send to family
Pay university tuition fees
Receive payments in another currency
With CurrencyFair our Singapore customers get:
Bank beating exchange rates
Pay a fair transfer fee of S$5 – for all size transfers
Regulated, secure money transfers
Just another flag on our mission map to bring fairer financial services to all.
The CurrencyFair Team
Get paid to help people and small businesses save money when they send and receive money to and from other countries. Voted by Which magazine to be the best way to send £10,000 to Europe because of their phenomenal exchange rates.
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