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The Post Office - Money Transfer
(Which Way To Pay - 17/1/2011)
The Post Office Money Transfer service is an online and phone-based money transfer service which allows transfers between UK and overseas bank accounts.
 
Money is exchanged at a competitive rate, 0% commission and no hidden charges. As well as this, The Post Office will reimburse any charges imposed by the destination bank.  In addition, you can fix an exchange rate for up to a year.

It is important to remember that you can use debit or credit cards online, however, if you use a credit card you will be charged 1.5% on the total amount which will be deducted from the exchange rate. Transactions of over 70,000 have to be done by phone.
Post Office is ranked 4 out of 5. Based on 1 review.

4 Star Rating        
            
REVIEW RATINGS EXPLAINED
1 Star: 1 Star RatingPoor
In relation to other products, has performed badly and has little or no worthwhile benefits.
2 Stars: 2 Star RatingBelow Average
Has some features of value, but in comparison to others performs below standard.
3 Stars: 3 Star RatingAverage
A fair product with regards to its competitors - has no outstanding features or benefits.
4 Stars: 4 Star RatingGood
In comparison to other products performs above standard, has beneficial features.
5 Stars: 5 Star RatingExcellent
Performs well above standard in comparison, has exceptional features and benefits.

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