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Being Paid in a Foreign Currency

January 15, 2015 2:28 pm Published by

Do you work abroad? Are you paid in a foreign currency? Looking for a better way to exchange your money? FTT Global’s Auto-Pay Service is ideal for handling your regular international payments.

Auto-Pay

Many of us lead a busy lifestyle – particularly if you’re working abroad – so the pressure of exchanging currencies and ensuring overseas bills are paid on time can sometimes feel overwhelming. This is why we offer FTT’s Auto-Pay Service; it’s designed especially to take the hassle out of making and receiving regular overseas payments – we do it all for you.

We handle all your currency exchanges from start to finish, keeping you updated via email on the progress of your payments. With our secure service, rates up to 4% more competitive than your bank and 24/7 support from our Customer Advisors, you can relax knowing there is one less thing to think about each month!

How Does Auto-Pay Work?

  • Your employer sends your salary directly to the relevant FTT currency account. All of our bank accounts are domiciled in the UK and held with Barclays Bank PLC.
  • FTT will automatically convert your funds into the currency of your choice and send to the one or more beneficiary bank accounts you have requested. Or if you would prefer, you can book your own payments when your currency arrives in our account.
  • FTT will keep you up to speed on the progress of each payment by sending you confirmation emails any time we receive or send funds out for you. You can also access your account 24/7 to view your active and historical payments.

Getting Started

If you’re not a currently a customer of FTT Global but would like to use Auto-Pay, register here – it takes just a couple of minutes. One of our Customer Advisors will then be in touch to discuss your requirements.

Already an FTT customer? Please use our contact form and we will call you to discuss setting you up on Auto-Pay.

 

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This post was written by Kayleigh Driscoll

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