OFX is the best alternative for USA residents. OFX has been around since 1998. Until 2015, it operated as OzForex. This Australia-based Transferwise alternative has offices in Sydney, San Francisco, Toronto, London and Hong Kong. It operates dedicated websites for Australia, the U.S. and the UK. The minimum transfer amount depends on the website you use. You can register as an individual, a business or an online seller. Read more in iCompareFX's comprehensive OFX review.
WorldRemit began operations in 2010. This TransferWise competitor has its headquarters in the UK, with offices also in Australia, New Zealand, the U.S., Canada and Japan. The company has processed over a million transfers since inception, having transferred funds to over 125 countries. You can use the WorldRemit website in English, French and Spanish. Continue reading the WorldRemit review.
XE Money Transfer
XE is a Canada-based TransferWise alternative that also has offices in the U.S. and the UK. It began operations in 1993, and merged with UK-based HiFX in 2019. XE provides fee-free personal transfers. Business clients are required to pay nominal fees. You may use the XE website in different languages.
WorldFirst is one of the alternatives to TransferWise in the UK, Singapore, Australia and New Zealand. WorldFirst has provided international fund transfer services since 2004, when it began operations as a small business in Stockwell, South London. Over time, it has gone on to become a leading alternative to companies such as TransferWise. In 2011, this company crossed the £5 billion mark in transactions. By 2013, it had processed over 120,000 payments. Now, WorldFirst also has offices in Australia, Hong Kong and Singapore. Other than English, its websites are available in French, Japanese and Chinese. Learn more with this WorldFirst review.