Save on International Money Transfers to USA ( US Dollars )

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All the brokers we list on Currency have been vetted by us to ensure your money transfers to USA are safe and secure. Using our search facility on average, money transfers of two hundred thousand UK Pounds to US Dollars will buy you 0 Dollars extra when compared to your high street banks. Our search results table lists at the top of the listings the best deals in real time.

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Sending Money to America

Sending money to the United States is so much easier through a foreign exchange specialist than using a high street bank. International payments can seem like a daunting task so speaking to someone who is very familiar with the process is far more beneficial than a bank cashier who is likely to be a generalist dealing with a wide range of financial products and services.

The first thing to do when dealing with a broker is to discuss your requirements and the available options for buying your US Dollars. At the time of securing an exchange rate and paying for your transaction make sure you have all the correct recipient bank details to hand. As with all bank accounts you will need to supply the full account and bank names along with their corresponding addressees. It is important to remember that the US is different to Europe as this payment destination use an ABA Routing number to accompany the account number.

The nine digit ABA number is a mandatory requirement and stands for American Bankers Association, they can also be known as a “Fedwire” or “Bank Code” so remember to look for one of these if you cannot find an ABA number amongst the recipient bank details provided. It's also important to note that some US bank accounts will also include a SWIFT or BIC code to identify the bank branch and if you are paying a smaller rural US bank you may need the intermediary bank details. The intermediary bank is usually a larger well known financial intuition like Bank of America or Chase. All of the listed foreign exchange brokers on are also experts in international banking to ensure your money arrives safely and securely in the US.

*Please note the exchange rates displayed in our comparison table are updated regularly throughout the day and are for 'indicative purposes only'. The exchange rate displayed for USA may not be the exact final dealing exchange rate that you will receive when making an overseas transfer as exchange rates change constantly throughout the day.

All of our featured brokers are authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority ("FCA") as a Payment Institution under the Payment Services Regulations 2009 and registered with HM Revenue & Customs as a Money transfer Services Business. Send money online to USA with complete confidence.



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