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Voltrex launches online foreign exchange service

Voltrex has launched an online foreign exchange service for private individuals.

The website www.voltrexfx.com, allows people to send and receive foreign currency online.

Graham Farrow, managing director, of Voltrex Foreign Exchange, says: “In today’s global environment, where people are increasingly buying properties, cars and boats abroad, earning part of their salary or bonuses in foreign currency, or even holding stocks and shares outside the UK and therefore earning dividends in foreign currency, the need to manage and maximise foreign exchange exposure is becoming a key aspect of private individuals’ financial planning.

“We pride ourselves on using the very best custom-built technology and providing exceptional levels of service whilst using the most advanced payments and settlement mechanisms.

“More people than ever before have been taking advantage of a strong pound and comparatively cheaper property prices abroad.

“If they are considering the purchase of an overseas property, either as an investment or as a second home, it is important they become familiar with a very volatile exchange market.

“Through Voltrex Foreign Exchange, we are able to offer private individuals access to institutional levels of foreign exchange services.”


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