Frequently Asked Questions
Yes. CurrencyCart is a trading name of Regent Foreign Exchange Ltd, we operate segregated client currency accounts to ensure your funds are safe at all times. All accounts are held at Barclays Corporate Bank in London, UK and Metro Bank, London UK.Regent Foreign Exchange Ltd a Payments Institution authorised by the Financial Conduct Authority under the Payment Services Regulations 2009 (FRN 543156 ).
Regent Foreign Exchange Ltd is registered with the Information Commissioner's Office under the UK Data Protection Act – Registration Number Z2653441.
You will find that bank rates for international currency exchange and transfers/payments are generally considerably more expensive compared to CurrencyCart. We are confident you will find that CurrencyCart will save you money and time – please do take the time to compare our pricing and service.
CurrencyCart.com is open 24 hours a day, and we’re open when the international foreign exchange market is open (8.00am GMT on Mondays through to 5.30pm GMT on Friday) so you can exchange currency and make international payments at your convenience.
You can register online in just a few minutes, and because we electronically check your details, you can start to exchange currency and make transfers within 10 minutes of registration. Click here to sign up with CurrencyCart.
Making A Transfer
A more detailed guide to using our service can be found here. There are a couple of things you will need to have with you when completing currency exchange and transfers.
Your CurrencyCart registration details. If you have not yet signed up, please do so on-line now. It’s free and only takes 5 minutes.
Details of the bank account where you would like us to deliver the currency that you purchase, remember it can be an account that belongs to you, a supplier or organisation that you wish to pay, or other members of your family.- Bank account SWIFT/BIC (Bank Identified Number), branch and account information to enable us to deliver the money to the correct account. These details can be found on the bank account statement or invoices from your suppliers.
This table is a guide to help you obtain the correct details for your transfer.
|Country||Bank Information||Account Information|
|UK and Europe (SEPA / EURO Zone)||SWIFT / BIC Code||IBAN - International Bank Account Number|
|The USA||ABA / Transit Routing Number||Account number|
|Canada||SWIFT / BIC Code||5 Digit Branch Code and Account Number|
|Australia and NZ||SWIFT / BIC Code||BSB and Account Number|
|Other Countries||SWIFT / BIC Code||Branch and Bank Account Information|
*Name and address of the beneficiary - this is the person or company receiving the funds. *Only limited by existing government regulations and sanctions.