OFX began operations in 1998 and operated as OzForex until 2015. Headquartered in Australia, this CurrencyFair competitor also has offices in the U.S., Canada, the UK, Hong Kong, and New Zealand. The company provides services to individuals, businesses, and online sellers. It operates dedicated websites for residents of the U.S., the UK, and Australia. They have now merged with the global OFX website. The minimum you can transfer using the services of this company is AUD $250, £100, or USD $150, depending on the website you use. Learn more about OFX services and features in the OFX review.
WorldFirst’s commenced international fund transfers in 2004, through a basement flat in Stockwell, South London. Soon, this company went on to become a leading international fund transfer expert. Now, it has offices in the UK, Hong Kong, Singapore and Australia. It runs dedicated websites for the UK, Hong Kong, Singapore, Australia, France, Japan and China. While this company offers its services to individuals, businesses and online sellers, not all its websites have the same functionalities. Read more about the WorldFirst review.
Currencies Direct, a UK-based money transfer company, began operations in 1996. It is one of the oldest companies in this field, also making it amongst the most experienced. It now has offices around the world, in Europe, North America, Africa and Asia. It has dedicated websites for people who live in the UK, US, France, Portugal, Italy, Sweden, Spain, Norway and China. Depending on the website you log on to, you may be able to use it in a local language. Read more in this review of Currencies Direct.
TorFX has been around for as long as WorldFirst. This UK-based money transfer company began operations in 2004 as well. It launched an Australian-based website in 2013. Depending on where you live, you can use either of the two websites. Both websites are available only in English. Learn more in the TorFX review to help you with your overseas money transfers.