Cheapest way to send money to Comoros - Fees and Charge Rates

FCA Regualted: FCA Regulated
Margin Rate: 1%
100,000 gets you: 99,000 KMF
Halo Financial
FCA Regualted: FCA Regulated
Margin Rate: 1.5%
100,000 gets you: 98,500 KMF
Coutts Currency Exchange
FCA Regualted: FCA Regulated
Margin Rate: 5%
100,000 gets you: 95,000 KMF
Ebury Partners
FCA Regualted: Not FCA Regulated
Margin Rate: 2%
100,000 gets you: 98,000 KMF
FCA Regualted: Not FCA Regulated
Margin Rate: 0.7%
100,000 gets you: 99,300 KMF

Send money to Comoros from London

Send And Receive Money In Comoros

In the Indian Ocean lies a sovereign archipelago island country called Comoros. The country is located between north-western Madagascar and north-eastern Mozambique of the eastern coast of Africa. 

Best Ways To Make A Money Transfer:

The country encourages citizens to send money online, cash pick and bank to bank transfer. While the rate may be different for transfer companies and local exchange platforms, it is better to select the option that saves money. Credit card usage for transfer is not limited to people in and out of the country. This means that people with a bank credit card can as well transfer money to Comoros.

Types Of Options To Send Money:

In Comoros, you can find a couple of options when sending money. Some people may use wire transfer or cash pick. Not ruling out Moneygram and western union, transferring to personal account is also accepted in the country.

Restrictions On Receiving Money:

On a few businesses, hotels and other organizations that accept credit cards for payment of bills in the country. Only few businesses will also accepted the US dollars and Euro as a means of exchange while in the country.

Restrictions On Sending Money:

The currency of the country is not internationally accepted as a medium of exchange. This implies that the usage of the currency is within the country and does not go out.

Process To Send Money:

Citizens are encouraged to check with Banque International du Comore for the best rate to send money. It is important to have a government regulated document to ensure the process works through.

Brief Economic Trend:

Comoros is one of the poorest countries across the globe. The country earns its economical wealth through agriculture including forestry, hunting and fishing. 

Main Banks:

Banque International du Comore, Banque Centrale des Comores, Federal Bank of Commerce
Sanduk, Mutuelles d'épargne et crédit des Comores and more operates in the country. 

Transfer from Comoros to UK

What is the official unit of currency in Comoros? As mentioned at the official unit of currency in Comoros is the Comorian franc. This, like any unit of currency will be affected on a daily basis by the rate of foreign exchange. With this in mind you may want to transfer money to Comoros when the currency rate Comoros currency follows is favourable.

Can I send Euros?
When you are thinking of a currency transfer to Comoros you might wonder about sending Euros instead of Comorian francs. While you might think this would be beneficial for your recipient it can actually cause them problems when it comes to exchanging their money. So if you want your recipient to have instant access to funds they can spend, transfer money in their own currency.

How can I check I’m sending enough currency?
You can easily check if you are sending enough currency, for example if you are paying for goods or services, by using a currency converter. If you are using the services of an online exchange broker to complete your transfer they will have a currency converter on their website. A currency converter is very easy to use – simply enter the amount of money you want to transfer and select the other currency, in this case the Comorian franc. This amount will then be converted into the currency of your choice and you will be able to see how much you are sending your recipient.