TRANZFERS
Tranzfers (Money Transfer)
        
Tranzfers provide a simple 4 step online deal process and access to a dealer. They offer exceptional rates with low fees guaranteed to beat the banks. You are able to send money online day or night through the 24 hour operating desk, meaning money transfers could not be easier.
Location: Worldwide
Advantages:
1. Low fees and great exchange rates.
2. Online or phone execution.
3. Global 24hr dealing desk.
4. Access to a dedicated dealer.
5. Track deal progress online.
Disadvantages:
1. No cash payments.
2. No credit or debit card payments.
Services:
1. Simple registration online
2. Faster Transactions
3. Book a Deal 24 Hours a Day, 7 Days a Week

Costs/Fees: $15 per transaction under $3000, free over $3000
Payment Types: Electronic Bank Transfer, BACS, CHAPS
Transfer Locations: Electronic Bank Transfer, BACS, CHAPS
Transfer Methods: Online, Phone
Transfer Speed: 1-3 days
Transfer Minimum: $80
Transfer Maximum:

Requirements:
Online application. Photo ID & Proof of address required
Security Statement:
Tranzfers is operated by Ozforex Pty Ltd regulated in Australia by ASIC (AFS License Number: 226 484) Tranzfers is owned and operated by OzForex Pty Ltd. Tranzfers is therefore regulated in Australia by the Australian Securities and Investment Commission (ASIC). OzForex holds an Australian Financial Service Licence. This can be viewed from the Tranzfers website.
Terms and Conditions:
Tranzfers is not a Financial Advice service, and the Client must rely on own judgement whether the Tranzfers service is suitable or appropriate for Client's needs. Tranzfers may refuse any Client Instruction without giving reason and is under no obligation or has no liability for any resultant loss or damage incurred to the Client. Transactions are binding. Please see full Terms and Conditions on Tranzfers website.

Number Of Currencies: 21
Currencies Available:
1. Australian Dollar
2. British Pound
3. Canadian Dollar
4. Euros
5. Danish Kroner
6. Fiji Dollar
7. Hong Kong Dollar
8. Japanese Yen
9. New Zealand Dollar
10. Norwegian Kroner
11. Papua New Guinea Kina
12. Polish Zloty
13. Singapore Dollar
14. South African Rand
15. Swedish Krona
16. Swiss Franc
17. Thai Baht
18. US Dollar
19. Mexican Peso
20. Philippines Peso
21. Indian Rupee
        
REVIEWS
Tranzfers (Which Way To Pay - 20/4/2010)
Tranzfers is ranked 4 out of 5. Based on 1 review.

4 Star Rating

News Charts News and Charts

Starting to worry about the cost of student life . Look no further a Student credit card is your answer.
31 August 2018
Which Way To Pay
Student credit cards. When starting your student life it can be a worry over the financial side of things
Read More >>
When Looking for a Home Loan , Be warned that certain rates are set to rise.
31 August 2018
Which Way To Pay
Recent studies have confirmed that Home Loan rates are set to rise due to the current market changes
Read More >>
Students Feeling the hit of Studying costs has reached its highest
18 April 2017
Which Way To Pay
Many students in Australia are feeling a hit after studying costs rise , student credit cards are the way forward
Read More >>