WORLD FIRST MONEY TRANSFER
World First Money Transfer (Money Transfer)
        
World First provides a fast and hassle free service for international transfers with unbeatable exchange rates and reduced transfer fees. Whether you're making a one-off international payment, buying goods from abroad, paying an overseas mortgage, emigrating or buying a property abroad, World First will provide a quick, efficient and cost-effective service for all your transfers. ASIC - AFS Registered: 302061. Minimum Transfer $5000.
Location: Worldwide
Advantages:
1. Commercial exchange rates
2. No hidden charges
3. Access to a dedicated dealer
4. Phone execution
5. Forward Contracts
6. Limit Orders
7. Complete price transparency
8. Buy and sell all major currencies (Euro, US dollar, Australian dollar, Canadian dollar, New Zealand Dollar)
9. FSA Registered
Disadvantages:
1. No cash payments
2. No credit or debit cards accepted
Services:
1. Regular Payments.
2. Forward Contacts.
3. Spot Contracts.
4. Stop Loss Orders.
5. Limit Orders.
6. Hedging strategies.
7. Currency Options.

Costs/Fees: $15 fee under $5000, No hidden charges
Payment Types: Bank/Online Transfer, BACS, CHAPS, Cheque
Transfer Locations: Bank/Online Transfer, BACS, CHAPS, Cheque
Transfer Methods: Online, Email, Phone, Fax
Transfer Speed: 1-4 days
Transfer Minimum: $5000
Transfer Maximum:

Requirements:
Online application, Valid Identification
Security Statement:
Client funds are held with Barclays Bank in segregated client accounts. World First UK Ltd is regulated by HM Revenue & Customs: MSB Reg No: 12164508. World First Markets Ltd is authorised and regulated in the UK by the Financial Services Authority. FSA Firm Reference No: 477561
Terms and Conditions:

Number Of Currencies: 47
Currencies Available:
1. GBP GBP United Kingdom, Pounds
2. AED AED United Arab Emirates, Dirhams
3. AUD AUD Australia, Dollars
4. BBD BBD Barbados, Dollars
5. BHD BHD Bahrain, Dinars
6. BWP BWP Botswana, Pulas
7. CAD CAD Canada, Dollars
8. CHF CHF Switzerland, Francs
9. CZK CZK Czech Republic, Koruny
10. DKK DKK Denmark, Kroner
11. EEK EEK Estonia, Krooni
12. EGP EGP Egypt, Pounds
13. EUR EUR Euro Member Countries, Euro
14. FJD FJD Fiji, Dollars
15. HKD HKD Hong Kong, Dollars
16. HUF HUF Hungary, Forint
17. ILS ILS Israel, New Shekels
18. INR INR India, Rupees
19. JMD JMD Jamaica, Dollars
20. JOD JOD Jordan, Dinars
21. JPY JPY Japan, Yen
22. KES KES Kenya, Shillings
23. LTL LTL Lithuania, Litai
24. LVL LVL Latvia, Lati
25. MAD MAD Morocco, Dirhams
26. MUR MUR Mauritius, Rupees
27. MXN MXN Mexico, Pesos
28. NOK NOK Norway, Krone
29. NZD NZD New Zealand, Dollars
30. OMR OMR Oman, Rials
31. PKR PKR Pakistan, Rupees
32. PLN PLN Poland, Zlotych
33. QAR QAR Qatar, Rials
34. SAR SAR Saudi Arabia, Riyals
35. SEK SEK Sweden, Kronor
36. SGD SGD Singapore, Dollars
37. SKK SKK Slovakia, Koruny
38. THB THB Thailand, Baht
39. TND TND Tunisia, Dinars
40. TRY TRY Turkey, New Lira
41. TTD TTD Trinidad and Tobago, Dollars
42. TZS TZS Tanzania, Shillings
43. USD USD United States of America, Dollars
44. XCD XCD East Caribbean Dollars
45. ZAR ZAR South Africa, Rand
46. HRK HRK Croatia, Kuna
47. KWD KWD Kuwait, Dinar
        
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