The Currency Shop Announces The Launch of a New Overseas Money Transfer Comparison Service

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With over 12 years’ experience in the currency and exchange rates field, Justin Rampono of The Currency Shop, announces the launch of their new Overseas Money Transfer Comparison service.

Located in Melbourne, Australia, The Currency Shop is a free comparison website for Overseas Money Transfers, Travel Cards and Travel Money that allows customers and site visitors to find the best exchange rates, fees and services in less than a minute.

Licensed by the Australian Securities Investment Commission (ASIC), Australian Financial Services Licence number 462269, they make it their mission to provide simple information to site visitors that demystifies this often complex field, allowing them to make informed and intelligent decisions around exchange rates and foreign currency transfers.

One of the sites most popular and highly rated services allows users to compare a range of exchange rates services, fees and rates from several currency providers in under a minute.

Should visitors have specific questions then The Currency Shop has a number of fully trained consultants who are on hand and available to help and assist both local businesses and private clients when making large international transfers and payments.

“Not only did Justin and his team save my business a lot of money” stated the Director of Ka’llure Jewellery, Kara, “but he also made me more aware about several aspects of conducting transactions that hugely affect the efficiency and effectiveness of my business. I’m also so happy that I exchanged my money to US before leaving on my last overseas business trip, as the dollar dropped quite a bit in the proceeding days.”

Currency rate transfers are often required by those in the import/export business and those who travel frequently for business. In order to help educate customers and site visitors, The Currency Shop offer a range of guides and references.

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