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HappyCamper
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euro accounts

Post by HappyCamper » 04 Jul 2018 02:38

this seems attractive at first sight

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any experiences to share would be welcome

tia



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Re: euro accounts

Post by Nigel Howarth » 04 Jul 2018 11:02

Hi happercamper

There are many money transfer companies - I suggest you investigate each to see which of them offers the best for your specific circumstances.

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i was not advertising

Post by HappyCamper » 23 Jul 2018 01:44

what i am looking at is not an fx transfer - it is a euro bank account

now - this link is not an advert it is a review

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the debit card makes the difference I think

if I can avoid opening a cypriot bank account I will

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any experiences would be welcome by private messaging to avoid the self appointed censor



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Re: euro accounts

Post by Nigel Howarth » 23 Jul 2018 12:31

Hi HappyCamper

Please do not post links to 'advertorials' promoting various companies.

There are many FX companies and you should do your research before deciding which one to use. Which? Money is a good place to start - reviews are independent and you can then look into each of the companies yourself.

Check out Compare the best money transfer exchange rates as well.

I notice that the cost of sending £1,000 from a UK to an EU account via Natwest is shown as £32.25 in the price comparison table. We use Natwest and I can assure you it only costs us £10.00 to send £2,200 to our Euro account with the Bank of Cyprus. I suspect the other figures quoted may be incorrect - and obviously designed to entice people to use the company.

I do not want people using this forum to be mis-lead - please think of them.

(Please refer to point 5 of the terms of membership at viewtopic.php?f=1&t=4 about advertising.)

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