France Currency Exchange - International Money Transfer Service
Do you need to transfer money to France? FrenchEntrée and moneycorp have worked together for over 10 years, helping thousands of people to save money when buying or maintaining their property in France. Here you can find the best currency exchange rates and get free money transfers for life when you register for free with moneycorp.
moneycorp is a foreign exchange specialist with over 35 years experience in the field. If you are looking to exchange money for your property in France then moneycorp can assist you all the way.
You can call moneycorp on +44 (0)20 3773 6355.
No transfer fees
High street banks can charge up to £40 every time you send money abroad. Moneycorp has an exclusive offer for French Entrée by which you are not charged any transfer fees for your international payments, regardless of the amount or method of purchase.
You will have access to a foreign exchange expert at moneycorp who will assess your deadlines, budget and expectations and will explain your options as early in the process as you want. You could eve fix a rate of exchange in advance of a payment -even two years before payment is due.
Great exchange rates
moneycorp typically offer better exchange rates than the high street bank: you can save almost €5,000 on a transfer of £100,000.
Safe and Secure
All client funds are safeguarded in segregated client bank accounts. Personal information is always kept safe for peace of mind.
Diversity of payment options
With moneycorp you would be offered different ways to manage your foreign exchange and make your payments. Over the telephone or using a 24/7 online platform you would be able to fix a rate in advance of a payment, place a market order to track a specific rate or set a plan to deal with smaller payments.
When you open an account with moneycorp you will be given access to a pre-paid explorer card with great rates of exchange in your travel money and no fees when using ATMS whilst you are in France looking for properties.
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