Transferwise – The Smart Way to Transfer Money Internationally

Whether you are an Expat, a traveler or even someone buying goods from abroad you have probably needed to transfer money into an international bank account and felt robbed as you walk away afterwards.   Not only do you often loose out to poor exchange rates but there is generally a hefty transaction fee on top of the transfer total.   If your online bank is like mine it is also a frustrating process of needing to fill in details of the receiving bank including address which if you get wrong can affect the transfer.

Saving you $$$ on Your International Money Transfers

Well worry no longer, Transferwise is here to save the day.

They bring you a very smart online platform which enables you to save up to 90% on transfer fees when compared to your bank, and by following the links in this blog or on this website you can get your first transfer for free….

TransferWise-BannerI used them tonight to transfer some money from my account in New Zealand to an account in Finland and even though I managed to muck up the entering of my name (forgetting to use my full name…) and used an email address that I was having problems with, customer support were excellent and with one quick email and a return phone call, all was rectified.

To find out more check out this page.


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Tony Fitzpatrick
Architect, Dad, Traveller & Head Rover at Around Rock 3
After a brief flirtation with Japan in the early '90's, and some occasional trips to Australia since, I have had an unrequited love affair with Japan and general desire to explore the world for the next 20 years while reality prevailed and I found myself pretty much stuck in my home country of New Zealand (not that is an entirely bad thing...).After a chance opportunity arose in mid 2012 to relocate our family to Moscow, Russian Federation I finally set off on my OE with my family in tow. It has been an amazing journey that has seen us experience life in Russia, Japan and now Finland, as well as visiting around a dozen countries so far in our adventure to date.While my family situation has changed along the way, I am continuing to explore the world with my tri-lingual son and enjoy sharing the adventures we have had with my followers.

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