London, UK (PRWEB UK) 12 June 2014
A number of money-saving articles from travel-related websites appeared in the press recently highlighting the best deals as well as rip-offs when planning holidays this summer.
Reporting on the best travel money deals, The Guardian on 23rd May, identified BestForeignExchange.com as the best Bureau de Change to buy Euros and stated, “This week you could get the best rate of €1.223 from BestForeignExchange.com, which has six branches in London.”
Similarly, TravelSupermarket.com, based on their market research, reported on 8th May that the cost of €1500 with Best Foreign Exchange.com is only £1,243.68 which was the cheapest in London. The website further recommended that travellers should avoid last minute shopping for travel money at the airport as they will be better-off by £115.61 by using BestForeignExchange.com compared to the airport.
“We are very proud that The Guardian and TravelSupermarket.com have endorsed the fantastic rates that we provide to our customers. We strive to provide travellers with the best service so they can avoid paying high bank charges,” said Trevor Samuel, Marketing Manager of BestForeignExchange.com.
Trevor continued, “All service providers levy various charges on bank cards as described by The Guardian article. Holiday makers are not aware how much it costs to buy travel money until they receive their monthly statement from their bank by which point it is too late.”
Instead, BestForeignExchange.com maintains a very transparent policy in pricing and does not charge any commission on travel money. Their exchange rates are the most competitive in the UK and published every day on their website. Their customers are always aware how much they are spending on travel money.
“It is our policy to provide the best deals and most accurate information to travellers and so we have decided not to add travel money cards to our product range, most card issuers charge a cash withdrawal fee for using your card in overseas ATMs. The fees can vary from 1% to 3% based on your bank. This can increase the overall cost of holidays,” said Trevor.
About Best Foreign Exchange.com
Owned and operated by Thomas Exchange Global, BestForeignExchange.com offers the most competitive exchange rates in London and customers that reserve currencies online will be assured the same exchange rate until close of business on the particular day despite any adverse fluctuations. They stock the widest range of foreign currencies in London with over 120 types of foreign bank notes. All foreign currency buy/sell transactions are free of any commission or charges.
Thomas Exchange Global also offers International Money Transfer Service where funds can be remitted to overseas bank accounts within 1 to 2 days. With commission free service for transfers over £10,000 backed by competitive exchange rates, customers are assured of a better deal and a substantial saving compared to banks and money brokers. Thomas Exchange Global branches are located at Strand, Victoria Street, Liverpool Street, Hammersmith, Cannon Street and Wormwood Street.
For further details visit http://www.thomasexchangeglobal.co.uk or call 020 7240 1214.