Have you ever wanted to send money from one currency to another?

Do you regularly transfer money from one currency to another? And when you do, do you wonder why there is a big fee and why the transfer takes a few days? I have a suggestion to make in this case.

Over the past few years I have been using TransferWise, now simply called Wise, and I can testify to its ease of use and highly competitive exchange rates. Moreover, I regularly use their online banking services, which are far better than those of most of the traditional banks I have used.

If you would like to try it out, register by clicking here

The advantage for you is that the first transfers up to a certain amount (approx. 600 CHF) will be free of charge.

What is Wise?

Wise is a service to transfer money from your bank account to any recipient in Europe, to anyone with a bank account. Wise allows users to transfer money online or via the mobile application. The company offers free and paid services.

About Wise

TransferWise is a financial technology company that offers online money transfer services. It was founded in 2011 by two Estonian entrepreneurs, Taavet Hinrikus and Kristo Kaarmann, who were frustrated by the high fees and slow service of traditional money transfer providers.


TransferWise offers a fast, easy, and affordable way to transfer money internationally. It uses a peer-to-peer platform to connect users who want to send money with users who want to receive money, allowing them to bypass traditional banks and avoid the high fees and slow service associated with them.

TransferWise offers competitive exchange rates and transparent fees, making it a popular choice among individuals and businesses who need to send money abroad. It also offers a range of services, such as borderless accounts and debit cards, which give users access to local bank details and currencies in multiple countries.

Overall, TransferWise is a good option for those who need to send money internationally. It offers a convenient, fast, and affordable way to transfer money, and has a strong reputation for customer service and security.


I will receive 60 CHF if 3 people make the transfer using the link I shared. With these resources I will buy e-books (3-4) and give them to anyone in my network. If you are interested in receiving the e-book, write me a comment below with the book you want and once I have these 60 CHF I will buy the book via Amazon.

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