How to transfer money overseas
Wherever in the world you're moving your money to, our amazing customer service and easy-to- use online system will ensure the whole process is stress-free. From AUD and USD, to GBP and NZD, WorldFirst will give you a better exchange rate, all because we take a smaller margin than the banks. That means more money in your pocket as opposed to paying extra for currency exchange - just as it should be.
So the next time you're looking to send money worldwide, why not use one of the leading forex brokers in the France?
How it works
Make an international transfer
Once your account is set up, you just need to tell us how much you want to send (€1000 or more), who you want to pay and which currency you want to pay in. Then we'll quote you a rate. Simple.
Send us your money
When you have booked your rate and received all the trade confirmations from us, you just need to send your money to us by bank transfer or you can pay by debit card. And guess what, there's no fee!*
We make your payment
We'll do the rest - convert your funds and send the money to the account you requested. Easy!
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*Visit our FAQs for more details.
Fees and charges
For online sellers, it's free to open an account and we don't charge fees for receiving money. There are also no monthly charges or any transfer fees.
When we work with businesses, we'll agree a payment fee structure that reflects how much business we do together. These fees can range from €0 to €20 per transaction.
There may be varying correspondent and receiving fees from the banks who handle the transfer along the way but we will try to cover these where we can.
For more information on fees and charges, visit our FAQs
Popular countries we transfer to
The list is endless and so are the currencies. The best way to double check if we can support your specific currency requests (which we probably can!) is to ask us now on our live chat. You can find out more information on our most popular countries to transfer money to below:Get started