CurrencyFair Review

CurrencyFair was established in 2010. They offer a money transfer and conversion methods that you may do face-to-face, online or over the telephone. They have offices in Australia, the UK and Ireland, and despite the fact that they transfer money all over the world, they only accept customers from EEA countries or Australia. Their fees include a flat rate of three Euros, followed by whatever further transaction fees apply. The fees and their special P2P marketplace are explained later, suffice it to say that getting a clear view of how much you will receive back is tricky. Overall, CurrencyFair is an interesting and arguably, revolutionary money transfer / currency exchange platform. Let’s review the main features of this paymeny provider. Available countries The main issue I have with CurrencyFair is that’s it’s still a small player and not yet the global force that it should be. That is not to say that the company is poorly established, it is just that it has undertaken very conservative growth strategies that has left it behind other transfer and conversion companies. However, in defense of CurrencyFair, they have fewer complaints online than most other transfer companies do, so perhaps they are only expanding at a Read More …