Simplyzigzag.com Partners with Currency Index Ltd
28 July, 2011
– Currency service for Simplyzigzag clients to save money on overseas purchases
– Dedicated account manager for personal service
Simplyzigzag.com has partnered with leading foreign exchange specialists, Currency Index Ltd, to offer preferential exchange rates for all their clients. Compared to the high street banks, Currency Index can save clients up to 4%, which can easily translate into thousands of pounds difference on the price paid for an overseas property.
This is achieved by Currency Index’s high turnover, which allows them to buy at market-leading exchange rates, passing savings on directly to their customers. In addition, there are no commission charges and overseas transfers are usually free too.
Simon Eastman, Senior Broker at Currency Index, said “It is a pleasure to deal for all Simplyzigzag’s clients and be a part of their buying process. We strive to make the process of buying currency and sending money overseas as stress-free and cost effective as possible”.
About Currency Index Ltd
Currency Index is part of the PropertyIndex.com group, and specialises in currency transactions at commercial rates, for UK buyers and sellers of overseas property. By multi-sourcing large volumes of currency from various sources, Currency Index are usually able to offer the best exchange rates in the marketplace, with no need to charge any additional commission or hidden charges.
Enquiries: Simon Eastman; 0845 371 1444, +44 207 903 5444. https://www.currencyindex.co.uk/, email@example.com
Simplyzigzag.com is a flat fee online estate agency. Launched to the public in June 2008, Simplyzigzag.com is dedicated to providing a better way of selling your home, at a lower cost, without the experience of being charged a large commission. Since its inception it has over 400 properties in the UK, Europe and the Middle East. One of the few international websites with no hidden costs aimed at developers, investors and private sellers.
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