Sending Money To Poland
If you need to transfer money to Poland From Ireland – then using a currency specialist company is usually the best way. Don’t use your own bank to convert your Euros to Zloty because they will give you poor exchange rates.
You will need to have a bank account in Poland to receive the money – none of these money transfer companies deals with cash.
Currency Fair are great for sending smaller payments to families or businesses in Poland. You can also use them to send money from Poland to Ireland. They have no minimum transfer amount and they accept payments by Irish debit card.
CurrencyFair operates a “peer to peer” currency exchange – cutting out the banks. For low fees they allow you to get exchange rates that are pretty close to the interbank rates.
Once registered, you just transfer Euros to your Currency Fair account and then you can convert the Euros to Polish Zloty ( PLN ) and send it to any bank account in Poland.
If you have amounts of more than €10,000 to exchange and transfer to a bank in Poland – you will usually get better rates from using specialised currency brokers.
Currencies Direct are one of the biggest currency companies in the world. With a London HQ, they have been operating since 1999 and transfer more than £7.5 billion annually. Currencies Direct are authorised by the Bank of Spain to operate as an Electronic Money Institution in the EU. They can help you send money to Poland from Ireland. (Bank account required in both countries)
Once you have registered with Currencies Direct you can arrange a transfer of money to Poland from Ireland. You can organise transfers over the phone , online or by using their mobile app. Personal advice and help are always available. You can pay in funds with UK or EU debit cards or use bank transfers.
OFX offers money transfers and foreign exchange services for consumer and business clients across 55 different currencies. (This includes Polish Zloty ) .
Founded in 1998 in Australia, OFX now has eight offices across the world, including Dublin. With over 200 staff globally, OFX can offer 24/7 support if required.
OFX is authorized by the Central Bank of Ireland to operate as an e-money institution in Ireland and the rest of the EU.
A large company like OFX can offer better rates to their clients because of the number of transfers they do. They don’t charge transfer fees and the minimum transfer amount is £100 or equivalent.
Once you are registered with OFX , currency exchanges and transfers of money to Poland from Ireland can be arranged online, over the phone or on the OFX smartphone app (Apple & Android).
Help is always available over the phone and their personal, proactive approach will help you to access competitive rates of exchange.
Fexco is an established Irish finance company that can exchange your money and transfer the funds to your chosen bank account in Poland.
Fexco was established in 1981 in County Kerry and now employs over 2,300 people in 29 countries. They are authorised as a payment services provider by the Central Bank of Ireland.
You can get quotes for currency exchange online at the Fexco Website