Asda Money Transfer Services
With the increase in import and export markets there has become an increase in demand for transferring money overseas. Not only the expansion of markets have been the cause for increase in money transfer demand but also the mobility of people from one country to other in search of employments, travelling, educations, medical and other reasons like investing in international companies and others. In olden times transferring money overseas was done only by a handful of people as it was a very difficult, risky and expensive method. People started transferring money today unlimitedly as the exposure and markets have spread out widely. Apart from bank today money is transferred through foreign exchange bureaus, currency exchange brokers, financial service providers and other agents. These money transfer service providers offer their clients expertise; professionalise knowledge and service in context with foreign exchange and money transfers round the globe for 365 days smoothly without any hassles or stress. Millions of money is nowadays transferred daily throughout the globe and round the year.
Asda financial services is a subsidiary of American retail company Walmart and is British based having its head office in Yorkshire. Asda is functioning precisely on the policies of Sainsbury and Tesco and other financial retailers. Asda sells its financial services like foreign exchange, insurance of Norwich Union, credit cards of Group Santander and loans of Funding Corporation Ltd. It means that Asda does not directly sell these financial services in the stores but rather it sells it through postal, telephone and online. The fees charged by Asda for transferring money differs from the amount that you are transferring along with to the location where you are transferring. Hence, they do not have a fixed fee for charging to your money transferred overseas.
Asda offers you an opportunity to make your money go further with Asda travel Money. The best thing that I experienced with Asda was that it buys back the unspent foreign currency left with you at 0% commission. There was lots of USD left with me when I returned to UK. I was fearing the commission that I would be losing in getting them exchanged for Sterling’s, but by exchanging over the left over USD with Asda brought me a great relief as they did not charged me any commission and at the same time gave me a good exchange rate. This currency I had not bought from them and yet they exchanged it for me at zero percent commission. This was the appealing thing that I was impressed with Asda and its customer service unit was great who guided with me the manner I should do my transaction hassle free.
Thereafter I had always been recommending my family and friends worldwide to use Asda for currency exchange for the transparency that it maintains without any hidden cost. You can calculate and convert your money yourself with the currency calculator available online. It allows you to book your currency either over the phone or online and get it free home delivery. It also guarantees you best exchange rate in the market. I would say Asda is real good to deal for exchanging money.
ASDA House Great Wilson Street,