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You have an account with a major high street bank. Your money is secure. Yet for the convenience of using your bank card abroad, you could pay between 3-7% in fees.
Currensea is a brand-new way to spend (and save) money abroad. It's a debit card that works as an extension of your existing bank account, saving up to 80% on charges. So you have the convenience of your existing bank, just without the bank fees.
The alternatives involve jumping through hoops: opening a new challenger bank account or getting a pre-paid card, transferring money into it, continually topping it up, and hoping you've kept track of the balance, so you don't get your card declined when you're away. Then on your return, figuring out what to do with any leftover money.
This is why so many UK adults simply use their bank debit cards abroad. Over 1.5bn times per annum to be precise. That's an average of 28 transactions abroad each year per UK adult. Currensea provides a real solution.