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Monzo Review

6 Things You Need To Know Before you Sign Up Monzo is a London-based digital bank. What’s special about Monzo? It’s their core value: transparency. Unlike others, Monzo is open about potentially-embarrassing mistakes. Their transparency dashboard gives real-time info on everything, from system status to annual reports. Monzo also has a user-friendly app and card,…

TransferGo Review

7 Must Knows – Before You Go with TransferGo TransferGo is a good service for sending money abroad with low fees and great customer service. In this review, we will tell you everything you need to know before you choose TransferGo – from its pros and cons, fees, exchange rates, speed, safety, and customer reviews…

Travelex Card Review

7 Things You Need To Know Before Getting One The Travelex card a multi-currency prepaid Mastercard you can top up in your local currency and use around the globe in other currencies and save on expensive ATM fees. Good or Not? In some situations it may be the best choice, but in others there are…

WorldFirst Review

7 Things Before You Sign Up! WorldFirst is a good option for sending big amounts of money and talking to a real person if you need help. WorldFirst is also cheaper than banks and they charge you less when you send more money. But, is it the best service for you to send money abroad?…

Borderless Review (like having a Bank Account in many Countries) from Transferwise

Like the idea of a multi-currency account, with prepaid Mastercard that gives you the ability to be paid and pay others (anywhere in the world) with very low fees? Chances are you have heard of Borderless, but is it right for you? How does it really work? And importantly – What does it do and…

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Wise, formerly TransferWise VS PayPal

If you need to transfer money abroad, or run a business with your customers overseas PayPal or Wise (formerly TransferWise) are your best bet. But what’s the real story? While banks have been expensive since forever, these two heavyweights have emerged in recent years to truly shake up the money transfer business¬†– especially if you…