World First Foreign Exchange have topped Mozo’s 2017 Experts Choice list of Best Value International Money Transfer providers.
Announced on Monday 27 March 2017, researchers at Mozo.com.au collected exchange rates and fees from 28 international money transfer providers licensed to operate in Australia to determine their rankings. They considered providers of international money transfers where client rates are readily available either on the Mozo website or on the provider’s website.
There were three award categories for the Experts Choice International Money Transfer Awards: Best Value, Best Value Bank and Best Value Big 4 Bank. Gold medals were awarded to the top 10% of products that met the selection criteria in each awards category.
Of the analysis of the 28 international money transfer providers licensed to operate in Australia World First was listed as one of three providers to offer the best value international money transfer.
Andrew Porter, World First Australia Managing Director, has expressed how delighted he is to have won the award.
“It’s an honour to receive this award from Mozo for a second year in a row. As we strive to show Australians that the international money transfer experience can be much cheaper and friendlier than using their bank, awards such as this only push us to keep working to spread the message and deliver fast and secure transfers with a focus on customer service excellence.” said Mr Porter.
Mozo is a comparison website that considers themselves Australia’s Money Saving Zone with over 300,000 Australians using their comparison tools each month to save themselves both time and money by helping them compare financial services products to find the best deals for their needs.
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