By Mohammed Waseem
Sending money internationally attracts many things including foreign exchange rates, exchange houses, fees, etc. It is important that there is control over these factors, in order to ensure that a transfer in smooth and costs low. The options that companies have are managing all these on their own or partnering with third parties to provide excellent service.
Money Move IT is a company that is registered in New Zealand and has relationships with several of the world’s leading online FX services to ensure excellent rates, lower fees and more value in foreign currency, unlike many other companies.
Money Move IT guarantees lower fees, better rates, faster transactions, safety and security along with the ability to send money at any time. The service is used not only by individuals, but also organizations, merchants and developers. For individuals, fees start at $4.99 and they can send small and large amounts with ease. No receiving fees apply in most receiving countries.
Organizations can use the service to pay suppliers and receive from other parties. Small businesses, government departments, NGOs, all companies can sign up to use Money Move IT. Agents can refer customers and earn commission from the transactions referred, thus increasing their profits. Merchants and developers can accept payments on their websites with Money Move IT.
Savings per transaction may range between $40 and $60 and payments can be sent directly to bank accounts. Additional security is ensured through the usage of SWIFT network. Apart from these, great exchange rates are on offer.
To use the service, senders have to register and login, then initiate transfer to any bank account in over 40 countries. Money has to be paid into the company’s local account; they don’t accept cash payments and they don’t directly debit the sender’s account. Senders need to manually transfer the money, which can also be done through internet banking.
Individuals will be able to send up to $200 until they confirm their identity. Receivers in Tonga and Samoa can collect the funds from local agents as well. On the registration page, users can see whether their country is supported to send and receive money.