Most major currencies can be bought online. The most popular are Brazilian Real, British Pounds, Canadian Dollar, Chilean Peso, Chinese Yuan Renminbi, Croatian Kuna, Czech Republic Koruna, Danish Krone, Euro, Fijian Dollar, Hong Kong Dollar, Hungarian Forint, Indonesian Rupiah, Japanese Yen, Malaysian Ringgit, New Caledonia CFP Franc, New Zealand Dollars, Norwegian Krone, Philippine Peso, Polish Zloty, Russian Ruble, Saudi Arabia Riyal, Singapore Dollar, South African Rand, South Korean Won, Swedish Krona, Swiss Franc, Thai Baht, Turkish Lira, UAE Dirham, US Dollars, Vanuatu Vatu, Vietnamese Dong.
How does it work?
It’s pretty simple. Whether you want travel money or to transfer money overseas, we just need a little info to point you in the right direction. First you tell us what you’re looking for, then we compare hundreds of providers to find the best deal for your current situation. We’ll highlight all the available options and recommend the best one for you. You can decide which option you prefer and click through to their site to secure the deal.
Is it safe?
Yes. The Currency Shop holds an Australian Financial Services Licence (462269) and is a member of the Financial Ombudsman Service. We closely vet our providers and only partner with the largest, safest and most trusted money transfer companies in the world. That just makes sense.
What does it cost?
The Currency Shop does not charge you. Instead, we receive a referral fee from the banks and money transfer companies that we are partnered with. This does not affect the price you pay.
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