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Do I have to transact a certain amount to qualify for the first4currency fixed-price agreement?
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No, simply tell us the amount you want to transact and we will provide your fixed-price quote.

How long does it take to make an international money transfer?
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International money transfers with first4currency.com are made simple with our pre-existing partner agreements against cost-margins and fees.

Once you have chosen your provider from our list of FCA approved partners, you can expect to be sending & receiving money within 48 hours.

Should you need the benefit of sending money within a shorter time, our partners may be able to arrange a same day transaction during urgent circumstances.
How do I benefit from the first4currency fixed-price agreement?
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The ‘first4currency fixed-price agreement’ does exactly what the name suggests. This provides fixed transaction costs against any international money transfer, meaning that the cost of your transaction is fully transparent, and you will always know what fees involved in your transaction.

With each transaction through first4currency.com, you will receive a fair a competitive price based on the mid-market rate, and nothing more! Banks and exchange companies will usually tell you that their transfers are free, but will then add hidden charges to your transaction costs, and disguise them within the claimed market-rate they transact with.

first4currency.com will always provide you with the lowest possible fee, and always show this upfront before every transaction, with no hidden charges.
How long does a live exchange rate apply for?
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Live exchange rates are forever fluctuating during the open market, but receiving a genuine exchange rate is entirely dependent on your international money transfer provider.

With first4currency.com, you will avoid the banking industries added margin costs. The banks margin costs are added to the live exchange rate, and then published as the banks daily rate (the rate you pay on your transfers). This structure inflates the prices you pay, and first4currency.com have worked tirelessly to develop a new structure where you will avoid paying for hidden fees.

Our genuine rates offer full transparency with every transaction, meaning you will get the fairest market based price, and a clear transparent cost, with no added margins!
Why should I avoid sending money with banks?
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With first4currency.com, you will avoid the banking industries added margin costs. The banks margin costs are added to the live exchange rate, and then published as the banks daily rate (the rate you pay on your transfers). This structure inflates the prices you pay, and first4currency.com have worked tirelessly to develop a new structure where you will avoid paying for hidden fees.

Our genuine rates offer full transparency with every transaction, meaning you will get the fairest market based price, and a clear transparent cost, with no added margins!
What is an IBAN?
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IBAN stands for ‘International Bank Account Number’ and is used to identify the details of an individual’s bank account. The IBAN is regularly used in European money transfers and makes things a little easier and quicker when sending money abroad.

It is highly likely that you will need an IBAN when transferring money within the European Union.

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