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A real alternative for currency exchange

By Wednesday, 30 September 2015 16:42 0

CAMBRIDGE GLOBAL PAYMENTS have opened in Spain to provide a real alternative for clients who have a requirement of moving money from one currency to another; regardless of the amount required, Cambridge offer something for everyone.

Established for more than 20 years, transferring in excess of $30 billion per year, with over 20 offices and 400 staff, Cambridge are the world’s largest, privately-owned foreign exchange company and winner for the last seven years of the prestigious Deutsche Bank  STP awards (straight through processing).

They provide a fast, secure and highly competitive service. The rates of exchange are first class and ensure that they offer you better value for your money than banks and other financial institutions. They are here to provide a service that really benefits and makes life easier for their clients.
Some of the services include:

• Same day transfers
• No fees
• Superb rates of exchange
• Regular payments
• Home visits
• Out of hours and weekend contacts
• Fix exchange rates for up to 12 months
• Avoid or drastically reduce all Spanish bank fees
• Free banker’s drafts for buyers.

Chris Wakeling, who is spearheading the launch of their Costa Blanca office, stated: “Cambridge are not here to just be ‘another’ foreign exchange company, we are here to provide a real alternative, and to be the biggest, most competitive foreign exchange provider in Spain. Our key focus is on two things, customer service and excellent rates of exchange. We are determined to really raise the bar on the service that clients receive, and to offer our best rates from the outset and maintain that level. We are not interested in offering introductory rates, neither do we intend to offer special rates for certain clients, we WILL GIVE ALL of our clients the BEST rate of exchange from the start and then keep it that way.

“If you want to find out just what we can offer, take us up on our best rate challenge and see if we can’t beat what you are currently receiving. To do this all you will need to do is call in and tell us the following:

• What your current currency provider has quoted you.
• On what amount of money did you request a quote for.
• And an approximate time that you received the quote. (We need to know this as rates change every 3-5 seconds, so if it has been a few hours, then it may have changed, so we will compare to the price at that time.)

“You do not need to be registered to do this, neither do you need to register afterwards, it is simply a free, no obligation quote and comparison. And if we can’t beat the rate of exchange that you have already been offered, we will give you a bottle of your favourite tipple, simply as a thank you for enquiring.”

To contact Cambridge Global Payments, simply call the office on 0034 965 327 093, email: [email protected] or come and visit us at our office in Playa Flamenca next door to the Sunrise restaurant.
Our office is open from 09:00 – 17:30. If you wish to contact us outside of these hours or on the weekend, then please contact the manager directly on 0034 600 230 672 or email Chris on [email protected]

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