How to make the most of your money when it comes to currency exchange

Written by on April 9, 2018 in Currency Information

With more than 25 years of experience, Universal Partners FX aims to take the mystery out of foreign exchange and provide clients with an excellent service, competitive rates, market insights and the right currency strategy to help save money.

Introducing UPFX

Often people default to their bank for international money transfers, because it seems easier. But there are cheaper and more convenient alternatives. At UPFX, the process of foreign exchange and money transfer is simple and secure. Their team of global currency specialists mean you have an experienced person to talk to for advice. And they help you save money. Their online platform is convenient, quick and simple to use.

There are no hidden fees

Whether you’re purchasing an overseas property or perhaps moving savings internationally, when you exchange currency and transfer it through a bank, you’ll typically be charged a margin of up to 5% above the daily exchange rate. Banks will often add a hefty transfer fee as well, which many clients aren’t aware of.

With UPFX, you’ll get a quote based on the best exchange rate available and there are zero transaction costs.

Secure transfers

Getting started with UPFX is simple. They are regulated by the FCA (Financial Conduct Authority) which means your money is secure. And, if you have any questions, you can simply call their dedicated dealing team for assistance 24/7. It’s a secure, efficient process. And especially at times of unpredictable markets, talking to the experts can help you manage risk and save money.

It’s absolutely free to get a personal quote and consultation.

The Good Life France uses Universal Partners FX who specialise in overseas property purchases. Registration is easy and secure, plus there are no added fees. They save their customers thousands of pounds with their advantageous rates of exchange and guidance. You can speak to one of their experts by email or phone…

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