Wise.com allows you to send money abroad at much better rates than local banks, as well as to receive, convert, and hold multiple currencies in your multi-currency account.
Once you open the account, you will also be able to shop online in overseas stores with your prepaid card - this way, you can avoid high foreign transaction fees and bank charges, it is also a very important layer of protection for online purchases.
Over the years, Transferwise, currently Wise, has been trusted by many customers who move over $7 billion of their money every month.
Creating an account takes only minutes. Wise offers professional customer service providing global support in a range of languages.
Wise is a financially stable electronic account platform, regulated around the world by financial authorities. The company commits to keeping the data of their customers safe and also provide 2-Factor-Authentication to protect your account and transactions. Wise works around the clock to protect your account and money from the most sophisticated online fraud. As they are not a bank, they safeguard your money with leading and trusted banks.
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You will receive a fee-free transfer of up to 600 EUR, or equivalent
The discount does not expire. It works equally each month of 2021, and anytime in the future
The discount is available where Wise offers their services – exact locations are listed below
The discount is valid for the first transfer, and it is guaranteed to work
Wise coupon code is valid for the first transfer of the following currencies: Argentine peso, Australian dollar, Bangladeshi taka, Botswana pula, Brazilian real, British pound, Bulgarian lev, Canadian dollar, Chilean peso, Chinese yuan, Costa Rican colón, Croatian kuna, Czech koruna, Danish krone, Egyptian pound, Euro, Fijian Dollar, Georgian lari, Ghanaian cedi, Hong Kong dollar, Hungarian forint, Indian rupee, Indonesian rupiah, Israeli shekel, Japanese yen, Kenyan shilling, Malaysian ringgit, Mexican peso, Moroccan dirham, Nepalese rupee, New Zealand dollar, Nigerian naira, Norwegian krone, Pakistani rupee, Philippine peso, Polish złoty, Romanian lei, Russian ruble, Singapore dollar, South African rand, South Korean won, Sri Lankan rupee, Swedish krona, Swiss franc, Tanzanian shilling, Thai baht, Turkish lira, UAE dirham, Ugandan shilling, Ukrainian hryvnia, Uruguayan peso, US dollar, Vietnamese dong, West African franc, Zambian kwacha