E-Trans was first established in Auckland, New Zealand in 2000 and have been providing a number of financial services ever since.
The Currency Shop Says:
- E-Trans are good for purchasing some currencies such as Thai Baht and New Zealand Dollars.
- Use our comparison table to compare online rates for currency providers in Australia.
What We Will Cover In This E-Trans Review:
- Fees, charges and commissions
- Payment options
- Exchange rates
- Overseas transfers
- Available currencies
- Travel cards
- Pros and cons
- Deal with most major currencies
- Competitive exchange rates which beat rates from major banks.
- Informative website.
- They only accept cash as payment
- No option to purchase a travel card.
- Not many locations, based only in the Melbourne CBD.
Fees, Charges and Commissions
No fees or commission will be charged when you purchase currency from an E-Trans store. To compare fees and rates of Australian currency exchange providers, use our comparison page.
E-Trans only accept cash payments in store, so you won’t be able to pay via card at all.
They offer quite competitive exchange rates as compared to other providers, especially for currencies such as THB and sometimes common currencies such as USD.
E-Trans do offer an international transfer service. The currencies this is available for include: USD, GBP, HKD, JPY, SGD, EUR, AUD, NZD and CAD. There are additional currencies available as well. It is easiest to organise these transactions in store.
E-Trans deal with most major currencies for both currency exchange and international transfers. To find out if they can provide the currency you require, you can call them or visit their branch in the Melbourne CBD.
Travel cards are not available from E-Trans, they deal only with cash.