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Posted January 26th, 2012 by Charles Purdy

Getting started with a currency specialist

When it comes to our money, entrusting it to the hands of a stranger can be daunting. The same applies when the time comes to use a currency specialist; we need to be able to trust the company to whom we are giving our hard earned money, and it’s important that we feel safe in the knowledge that they have our and best interests at heart.

Smart Currency Exchange is an international payment specialist that has been helping people transfer money to and from the UK since 2004; helping their clients save thousands of pounds in currency exchange every single year.

Becoming a Smart Currency Exchange customer is quick and easy to do, much like sending money abroad is. To become a client you will need to sign up to Smart Currency Exchange and open an account, either by requesting a sign up form via the post or on-line. Once this has been done, you simply await the call from one of the Smart traders who will be happy to talk through and discuss with you the option plans on offer and find one that best suits your needs. They will also be able to advise you on when and how to transfer your money abroad. The trader will need to know how much money you are expecting to move; when you would like to move it, and which currency you require.

Once the contract option has been agreed you will not be required to do anything until you need the money moving. When this time comes you will be asked by your Smart trader to instruct your local bank to make a transfer of the money into Smart’s Client account. As soon as this has been done, Smart will exchange and transfer your currency for you; a process which takes just two days to complete, much faster than a bank service, which takes between 5-7 days.

One guarantee you will get from Smart Currency Exchange is that they will always be able to offer you a better exchange rate than the high street banks. This is feasible because the Smart traders negotiate direct with the market floor on your behalf. Often the rates they can offer are up to 4 per cent better than the banks’. Perhaps this doesn’t sound like a lot but if you are moving your entire savings abroad, that is an extra £4,000 saved for every £100,000 you move; all of which soon adds up to a substantial saving.

When you choose to use Smart Currency Exchange, you can rest assured that your money is in safe hands. All Smart’s customers’ money goes into a client account which is with the Bank of Ireland. This means that your money is fully insured and protected. Smart is also regulated by the FSA (Financial Services Agency) which regulates standards of financial services in the UK and promotes fair, efficient and orderly financial markets.

Smart is the ideal choice if you need to pay deposits, mortgages or send money abroad, for whatever reason. They will find a plan that suits your budget and time frame so why not call them today and see how they can help you save money when sending currency abroad.

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