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"Which" magazine recommends 3 steps to save money on currency exchange and says offers the Best Options

June 27, 2014

London, UK (PRWEB UK) 27 June 2014

Based on research conducted by consumer magazine "Which", a couple spending 1000 Euros in bank notes, another 1000 Euros by using bank cards and converting 100 Euros back to Pound Sterling on return can save 128 by shopping around to find the best currency exchange deal.

"Which" magazine tests over 2500 products annually to offer the best advice to consumers. They have identified as the best option to buy both Euros and Dollars worth 1000 as travellers can save 100 and 71.52 respectively compared to the worst available options.

"We are very proud that 'Which' magazine has endorsed the fantastic rates that we provide our customers. We strive to provide travellers with the best service so they can avoid paying high bank charges," said Trevor Samuel, Marketing Manager of

About Best Foreign

Owned and operated by Thomas Exchange Global, Best Foreign offers the most competitive exchange rates in London, and customers that reserve currencies online will be assured the same exchange rate until close of business on the particular day despite any adverse fluctuations. They stock the widest range of foreign currencies in London with over 120 types of foreign bank notes. All foreign currency buy/sell transactions are free of any commission or charges.

Thomas Exchange Global also offers International Money Transfer Service where funds can be remitted to overseas bank accounts within 1 to 2 days. With commission free service for transfers over 10,000 backed by competitive exchange rates, customers are assured of a better deal and a substantial saving compared to banks and money brokers. Thomas Exchange Global branches are located at Strand, Victoria Street, Liverpool Street, Hammersmith, Cannon Street and Wormwood Street.

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