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Currensea

Wave goodbye the international payment fees. Zero fees. Zero hassle.

Currensea's zero-fee FX debit card partners with your existing bank account, so you can pay in every currency without the fees.

Why Currensea?

Our debit card connects directly to your existing bank account, without the hassle of inconvenient top-ups and different accounts.

Use can spend in confidence, whilst saving money on your overseas purchases.

Thousands of people are already saving with Currensea

  • Eliminate frustrating bank charges
  • Avoid wasting money on painful fees
  • Enjoy saving with every transaction!

Risk-free spending

  • FCA Authorised
  • Mastercard principal member
  • Open Banking regulated provider
  • Bank-grade encryption technology

Pay in all 180 currencies

  • Covers any international card transaction in any currency, both online and in person
  • All transactions are covered by Mastercard chargeback protection

 

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