Compare The Market Launches International Money Transfer

Compare The Market Launches International Money Transfer
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Leading comparison service comparethemarket.com.au recently announced the launch of its International Money Transfers service, now available alongside their Banking suite of products.

Customers can now compare providers and rates in one place to ensure they find a great-value transfer, providing both fast and secure services of up to 27 foreign currencies.

comparethemarket.com.au general manager of banking, Rod Attril said: “We’re thrilled to have a new addition to our money vertical, supporting our other insurances and products such as Travel and Credit Cards.

“Aussies now have the ability to compare rates in just one place and potentially save with any overseas transactions.

“Many of our customers rely on our services to help simplify the complex process of managing their everyday finances.

Attril added: “Ultimately, we want to help consumers save time and money.

“Through our new International Money Transfers service, we can help Aussies quickly compare from a range of providers so they can rest assured that their money will find its way to the right account at a great price.”

Compare the Market’s International Money Transfer service helps consumers compare exchange rates from licensed providers, including Hawk FX, XE and TorFX.

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