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The new way to save time and money for online sellers who do business in different currencies.
This is the World Account.
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How World Account helps marketplace sellers
Local currency accounts
Open multiple local currency accounts in GBP, EUR, USD, CAD, JPY, NZD & AUD – for FREE.
Do business like a local
For example, collect revenue from clients or online marketplaces in USD, pay your suppliers in USD.
Save money with great rates
Great rates on all FX transfers. And absolutely no hidden fees.
One easy-to-use platform
Send, hold and receive funds – online or via the app.
How to get started
Register today, it only takes a few minutes. We’ll be in touch within 24 hours to confirm next steps.
Setup your World Account by choosing the currency accounts you need.
Share these details to collect from clients and online marketplaces or start using to pay suppliers.
No hidden fees. No charges. No excuses.
As an online seller, it’s completely free to open a World Account with us.
And there are no monthly fees or transfer fees on foreign exchange transactions either.
Want to make a same currency transfer? These costs vary – get in touch for more details.
Our top five most asked questions
Check out our top five most frequently asked questions.
If you can't find your answer here, call us or drop us an email.
World First UK Ltd are authorised by the FCA. You can find out more about where the companies under the World First Group are registered and regulated here.
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Meet the mini-multinationals
Testimonials from some of our e-commerce clients.
"Really straightforward, really honest…using WorldFirst is a bit of a no-brainer" - Rob, World of Clogs
"We receive a lot of our sales in foreign currency and we use WorldFirst rather than our bank." - Martin, The Fragrance Counter
"That personal touch really makes you feel like they value you…that makes a big difference." - Alex, Moreplay
* Based on a UK corporate client survey conducted in November 2016.