Secure and cost-effective international money transfers for you (sponsored contribution)

19th February 2011, Comments 0 comments

Use Moneycorp for all your international payments to and from France. Moneycorp will make it simple and save you money. Their experts will monitor the currency markets on your behalf – achieving the best possible rates of exchange.

Using Moneycorp – The main benefits:
  • Highly competitive exchange rates
  • Ability to fix exchange rates for a set time period, helping protect from adverse currency movements
  • No cost and no obligation in opening a Moneycorp Account

With Expatica, you won’t have to pay transfer fees on any currency transactions made through Moneycorp.

So why use Moneycorp instead of your bank?
Because making transfers with Moneycorp is faster, more convenient and more cost effective. They also offer free information and guidance on the currency markets, helping you decide on the best time to buy. They are the leading money transfer provider, which is why 99% of their clients would recommend their services.*

About Moneycorp
Moneycorp is a trading name of TTT Moneycorp Limited, which has been dealing in foreign exchange for over 30 years and last year served more than 2.8 million customers. The company has maintained ISO 9000 Quality Assurance since 1996 – a unique achievement in the foreign exchange industry – and has offices in the UK, Australia, Spain and the USA.

Currency update
Although the Bank of England made no change to monetary policy on Thursday and has said nothing to suggest that interest rates are going up any time soon, the PPI numbers prompted investors to wonder whether they might.  Rightly or wrongly the market has begun to think a rate increase will come sooner than previously thought. Some analysts say May. It is all very well for the Bank to say the current high inflation rate is the result of temporary pressures - it may even be true - but if people and businesses believe it will rise even further the belief itself will push prices higher. An early interest rate increase could be used to nip that idea in the bud.

The focus in Euroland this week will be on sentiment. ZEW reports on investor confidence in Germany and the euro zone, Brussels publishes its latest take on consumer confidence, and IFO reveals its estimates of German business confidence.

The euro will continue to have a rocky ride until investors regain their confidence in its longer-term survival. That might take a while.

Never underestimate the value of a good exchange rate. Currency markets are constantly fluctuating and making your transaction at the right time can make a big difference to the amount of money you receive. If you were changing £5,000 into euros on the dates specified below, you would have received the following:

4 January 2011 = EUR 5,800
9 January 2011 = EUR 6,025

That’s a difference of EUR 225 in less than a week!

Moneycorp can help you make the most of movements like this, helping you trade at the right time, in the right way – when rates are in your favour. Their expert Account Managers will proactively keep you updated on the currency markets and alert you to any significant changes relevant to you.

Moneycorp testimonial
"Looks like I bought just at the right time looking at the rate this morning!! I would just like to take this opportunity to thank you for all your help and for saving us so much money, than if we had just used our bank and I look forward to dealing with you again next year." Jacqui

"I am very impressed by Moneycorp. Yet again the money is in my account on the day you promised, with no hassles. We are all ready to complain when things go wrong, so I thought I would just take a minute to say thank you as each time I have used Moneycorp it has gone right!" Shelley Spencer

Contact details
To talk to Moneycorp about making the most of their services call +44 (0)20 7589 3000 or visit their website at

Moneycorp office hours
7:30am – 10:30pm (UK Time) Monday – Friday
9am – 4pm (UK Time) Saturday

*Based on a customer satisfaction survey completed in July 2010

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