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    1stContact
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    Hi Nawor,

    I think this is something we can assist you with. We facilitate international money transfers (http://www.1stcontactforex.com.au) which are cost effective (AUD 5.00 per transfer), secure and provide great exchange rates. There is no need for you to have a NZD bank account. We can set you up on our system and your customers can pay via local NZD bank transfer into an NZD holding account.

    Easy and cheap for your customer and you will get AUD into your nominated account 1-3 days later. You can either charge in NZD or we can provide the NZD equivalent so you get the correct AUD amount.

    Please let me know if you have questions, I am more than happy to help out.

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    1stContact
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    Hi Nawor,

    I think this is something we can assist you with. We facilitate international money transfers (http://www.1stcontactforex.com.au) which are cost effective (AUD 5.00 per transfer), secure and provide great exchange rates. There is no need for you to have a NZD bank account. We can set you up on our system and your customers can pay via local NZD bank transfer into an NZD holding account.

    Easy and cheap for your customer and you will get AUD into your nominated account 1-3 days later. You can either charge in NZD or we can provide the NZD equivalent so you get the correct AUD amount.

    Please let me know if you have questions, I am more than happy to help out.

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    bridiej
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    bridiej
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    #1096938
    King
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    Are you looking at expanding the list of countries you transfer to?

    While I agree your fees are low, the conversion rate is far from competitive and on a $1500 AUD-USD it equates to $30, about the same a RECEIVER would pay via back transfer

    1stContact, post: 110567 wrote:
    Hi Nawor,

    I think this is something we can assist you with. We facilitate international money transfers (http://www.1stcontactforex.com.au) which are cost effective (AUD 5.00 per transfer), secure and provide great exchange rates. There is no need for you to have a NZD bank account. We can set you up on our system and your customers can pay via local NZD bank transfer into an NZD holding account.

    Easy and cheap for your customer and you will get AUD into your nominated account 1-3 days later. You can either charge in NZD or we can provide the NZD equivalent so you get the correct AUD amount.

    Please let me know if you have questions, I am more than happy to help out.

    #1097018
    King
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    Are you looking at expanding the list of countries you transfer to?

    While I agree your fees are low, the conversion rate is far from competitive and on a $1500 AUD-USD it equates to $30, about the same a RECEIVER would pay via back transfer

    1stContact, post: 110567 wrote:
    Hi Nawor,

    I think this is something we can assist you with. We facilitate international money transfers (http://www.1stcontactforex.com.au) which are cost effective (AUD 5.00 per transfer), secure and provide great exchange rates. There is no need for you to have a NZD bank account. We can set you up on our system and your customers can pay via local NZD bank transfer into an NZD holding account.

    Easy and cheap for your customer and you will get AUD into your nominated account 1-3 days later. You can either charge in NZD or we can provide the NZD equivalent so you get the correct AUD amount.

    Please let me know if you have questions, I am more than happy to help out.

    #1096941
    King
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    Depending on how you do the bank transfer, the sender pays no fees, it is the receiver who bears the cost.

    #1097019
    King
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    Depending on how you do the bank transfer, the sender pays no fees, it is the receiver who bears the cost.

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