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Working Overseas? Keep More of your Salary with AutoPay!

June 29, 2017 1:01 pm Published by

Are you working overseas and paid in a foreign currency? Are you currently use your bank to handle your international money transfers?

If so, you are losing a large portion of your salary through poor exchange rates and high transfer fees charged by your bank. Not only this, but you have less control over your exchange rate and almost no visibility to track your payment.

Use FTT Global for your overseas salary transfers and keep more of your hard-earned cash

With FTT, you will only pay a £10 transfer fee if your payment is under £3,000 and the exchange rate we give you is up to 5% more competitive than your bank.

The end result is more money in your account – we call it an instant pay rise!

 

How does Auto-Pay work?

Not only will you benefit from better exchange rates, you can also save time with Auto-Pay.

  • Have your salary sent directly to us from your employer. We will convert it straight away and send your purchased currency to the account you have specified.
  • We keep you in the loop with confirmation emails every time we make a payment for you and you can track your money online using your FTT account.
  • If you require multiple currencies to be sent to multiple bank accounts, we’ll also handle this from start to finish for you – that’s one less thing you have to worry about whilst working abroad!

Auto-Pay also allows you to to handle your own currency exchange.

When your salary arrives, we will email you so you can Login to your FTT account from wherever you are in the world, to secure a rate and make your exchange.

Getting Started

Register with FTT in seconds and gain instant access to live, tradable rates. You can make a booking as soon as it suits you and track your payments from start to finish from any device.

If you would like some more information on Auto-Pay please contact us on 020 3603 8940 or email [email protected].

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This post was written by Kayleigh Driscoll

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