Are you looking to make a money transfer from United Arab Emirates Dirhams to Australian Dollars? If so Xendpay can help you process your transfer simply, inexpensively and conveniently. When transferring through us you will benefit from extremely competitive exchange rates and will be able to make your payment without being charged high transfer fees.
The Australian Dollar is the official currency of Australia. The currency is commonly referred to as the “Aussie” by foreign-exchange traders and it is the fifth-most-traded currency in the world foreign exchange markets. The Australian Dollar is issued in coins of 5, 10, 20 and 50 cent and one and two dollar denominations; and notes of $5, $10, $20, $50 and $100 dollar denominations.
There are various reasons why people send Australian Dollars, for example they may be sending money to a relative who lives in Sydney or to family member who is travelling in Australia. It is important when choosing how you will transfer money from AED to AUD that you are aware of the various different ways you can send money.
Many people process their monetary transfers from United Arab Emirates Dirham to Australian Dollar through their bank or a money sending bureau as these are accessible and convenient services. What they are likely to be unaware of however is that these money sending agents are unnecessarily costly options.
Xendpay are unlike these costly services as we strive to always offer competitive exchange rates and unlike the majority of money sending agents our transfer fees are really low, so you will be able to send more Australian Dollars in the process of the transfer.
Thanks to Xendpay transfers are simple to complete and can be made from a time and place which is convenient to you. To start sending your money you will need to credit our client account with the funds you wish to send; you can credit our account by making a bank transfer or via a debit or credit card payment.
Just tell us the amount you will be sending, the name of the recipient and the purpose of the transfer. We will also need to know the recipient’s bank account details, along with the name, address and SWIFT code of their bank.