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Get expert tips for sending money overseas and save.
Using a comparison service such as finder Singapore is the smart way to save on your next international money transfer. We’ve done all the hard work to help you find the best transfer service for your situation, as well as your recipient’s. Compare global brands from around the world and use one of our listed services to save up to $60 for every $1,000 sent overseas.
What are the benefits of using finder Singapore?
- Get the best value for your currency – currencies change all the time, so the first money transfer service you used may not provide the same value the second time
- Safe and secure – all our listed brands are regulated by The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) or their origin country’s regulatory body.
- Global coverage – with such a huge list to choose from, we’ve got you covered no matter where you are in the world
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