WorldFirst began operations in 2004. This UK-based business also has offices in the U.S., Australia, Singapore and Hong Kong. It operates dedicated websites for the UK, the U.S., France, Australia, China, Japan, Hong Kong and Singapore. Depending on the website you register with, you can use it in English, Chinese, Japanese, or French. Different World First websites let you register as individuals, businesses, or online sellers. For now, you cannot pay for your transfer using credit cards.
Global Reach Group
UK-based Global Reach Group began trading in 2002. Outside of the UK, it has offices in the Netherlands, South Africa and Cyprus. This alternative to FairFX provides services for individuals and businesses. You may use the Global Reach Group website only in English.
Currencies Direct began operations in 1996. Headquartered in the UK, it also has offices in the U.S., Spain, France, Portugal, India and South Africa. This FairFX competitor operates a multilingual website. It serves individuals, businesses and online sellers.
This alternative to FairFX began operations as OZForex in 1998 as an information-only website. It rebranded itself to OFX in 2015. The OFX group operated dedicated websites for the U.S., the UK, Canada, and New Zealand. These websites have transitioned to the global OFX website. OFX provides services to individuals, businesses and online sellers. It has its headquarters in Australia, with offices also in the UK, the U.S., Canada, New Zealand and Hong Kong. You can use the OFX website in English only. You cannot fund your transfer using a credit card.