The Currency Account

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The Currency Account

The Currency Account is a diverse foreign exchange company that wants to challenge the power of the banks and other financial services providers when it comes to foreign exchange markets.

What services does The Currency Account offer?

The Currency Account offers one service:

  1. Cash delivery You can buy foreign currencies online and get them delivered via Royal Mail.

See how other travel money providers compare to The Currency Account

Min. Transfer Amount Transfer Speed Online Transfer Fee Rate Amount Received Description CTA Details
GBP 100 GBP 0.00 1.14 EUR
Prepaid card – Travelex Group is a foreign exchange company based in London. It's the biggest foreign exchange bureau in the world. Go to site Show details
GBP 300 GBP 0.00 1.153 EUR
Click & collect – Griffin Financial is a specialist dealer in foreign currency and can offer some of the most competitive rates around. Go to site Show details

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What currencies can I order through The Currency Account?

Here’s a list of the currencies that are available with The Currency Account:

How much can I transfer with The Currency Account?

There is no minimum amount to exchange, but the minimum fee is £10.

The maximum in cash is £7,500 per day

How soon can I get my money?

If you place your order before 1pm, you can expect to receive the funds as early as the next day. However, if you’ve ordered your money on a Thursday afternoon past the cut off period, the earliest you can receive Travel Money is Monday or Saturday (for an additional £10).

How safe is my money?

If you are getting money delivered and are not home, a card will be left as the parcel needs to be signed for. The card will let you know where to collect your money from.

Are there any fees I might have to pay?

The Currency Account have their fees set at 1% of the amount exchanged. There is a minimum £10 fee per transaction.

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