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Crowncurrency advance buy offer £1=€1.25

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very good rate if your going to Europe after the 19th October only avaiable for these dates ...spend over £300 for free delivery Delivery Between 19/10/10 - 05/11/10 1.2500
paw2304 Avatar6y, 2m agoFound 6 years, 2 months ago8 Comments
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Hope everyone got their money. Looks increasingly like they went belly up this week. I have been warning about them for at least 2 years, always felt it was a matter of when not if. 100's if not 1000's of people will lose out if the rumours are true.
Thay are apparently pretty good.

That said I normally use Travelex - they will match any exchange rate including Crown and ThomasExchange, the added advantage being that for speed etc you can pick the currency up at the airport before leaving. Did that last time and also got Quidco on top - got about £150 back in total from my transaction.
good deal though.
I have used this company on more than a dozen occasions over the past 2 years and they have never let me down. But they are unregulated and openly stated that to me. Anything could happen between paying and delivery date. That said, they seem to have a business model that works as they have been around a while now and I will continue to use them. Coincidently, I have a delivery tomorrow and one on 27th as I'm off to Italy.
asters
Just a word of warning with companies like Crown, unregulated companies, if they get into financial trouble you will more then likely lose your money.
Saying that they have a good track record with many happy cutomers.
Make your own choice but the few extra Euro's or Dollars are not enough to attract me.
A year old but a news article about them here. http://www.investorschronicle.co.uk/Columnists/NoFreeLunch/article/20090909/0873f056-9d2e-11de-b65c-0015171400aa/When-segregation-is-good.jsp


Fair comment although I have used them a number of times without problems. Weird that business like this isn't regulated.
The article mentioned above, is a clear warning that what Could happen to your money.
SO they take your money NOW and then send it to you later at a rate of exchange that they are more or less certain will lose money on??
If it sounds to good to be true.....................
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currency exchange - good exchange rates

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been looking around for us dollars rates .they seem to have the best xchange rate.esp if you are going next year to the states. Today's Exchange Rates: Delivery Between EUR USD AUD NZD CAD…
wedesday0912 Avatar6y, 4m agoFound 6 years, 4 months ago14 Comments
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Its was the Sun that said 15p so may not be true lol.

Sun
well 15p would be better, i hope you are right!
sennasnit
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sennasnit
yep, looks like we've lost £2000 :(


Any news on your money?.


I've heard 10p in every pound but not before 2011, so 200 quid. :(


That's a shame. Just read its 15p in the £ but even so its pathetic.
gavjbrown
sennasnit
yep, looks like we've lost £2000 :(


Any news on your money?.


I've heard 10p in every pound but not before 2011, so 200 quid. :(
sennasnit
yep, looks like we've lost £2000 :(


Any news on your money?.
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US Dollars $ up to 1.7207 Euros up to 1.1771 at Crown Currency Exchange

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I am on the mailing list for Crown Currency Exchange (they do some very good exchange rates and lots of people I know have used them with no problems at all). Crown Currency is an online currency e…
KPGills Avatar7y, 2m agoFound 7 years, 2 months ago21 Comments
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Great! I will keep this saved for my next trip. I would be happy to get £250ish off them for trips to the US. Then top up at Travelex before I go.

For the poster who likes the idea of locking in the rate...if you order online from Travelex you can also order way in advance and when you collect the currency you get it at the rate it was when you ordered it. Though I reckon the Dollar will not vary much for the next few months or at least go up slightly so not worth tie-ing yourself in I reckon.
Is their any way of getting the expired taking off this deal? I`ve just called to check they receive my bank transfer and they still have enough left for another few days at the prices.
Keith
I ordered Euro's to be delivered within 10 days.

I got 1.1369 - the local High St only offered 1.10 :)

When compared to other Bureau de Change, it's a winner everytime:

Tesco - 1.112
Thomas Cook - 1.108
Post Office 1.105
M&S - 1.084
Natwest - 1.080
ptpeetee;6279991
I agree about the risk. If they go bust, you have no comeback (and no cash).

You pay these people cash in advance (depending on your individual agreement, could be well in advance). Given then The likes of well known big names like Zavvi and Woolworths have gone out of business, I woudn't feel comfortable risking all my holiday spending money in this way.


pay with credit card :thumbsup:
Just to let you know the deal has not expired, which someone has marked as expired. The rate is only available off line, the online rate will give you a different value.
You need to call them for the 1.72 rate.
Keith
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$US up to $2.02 to the £ Crown Currency (other good exchange deals also.)

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I'm surpised there is no dealer info here on Crown Currency Exchange - even though I have seen it mentioned a few times in threads. Crown Currency is an online currency exchange company that I have…
guv Avatar9y, 6m agoFound 9 years, 6 months ago12 Comments
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cadmus
cor blimey. thats put a different perspective on things. i know ive never heard of them , but could this happen or is it a million to one thing. arnt there clients insured over worse case scenarios

No mention on their website of any insurance etc. I know someone who has used them and is very happy with the service. Personally I'd err on the side of caution.

Have recently opened an M&S &More credit card account which gives interest free credit till Jan 08 on currency bought through M&S. Seemed like a good option to me.

John
Jfuller
Just a word of caution. I believe Crown is a private company and not regulated financially. In theory, if they were to go bust, people could lose all their money.

John

cor blimey. thats put a different perspective on things. i know ive never heard of them , but could this happen or is it a million to one thing. arnt there clients insured over worse case scenarios
Just a word of caution. I believe Crown is a private company and not regulated financially. In theory, if they were to go bust, people could lose all their money.

John
FF99
The flaw in the analysis is to assume that a $1.70 exchange rate is "more realistic". I am old enough to remember when it was actually $2.40, so I can't see why any one rate is more realistic than any other.

i am only going by avarages over the years. i think the the pound would get you an average of between $1.65 - $1.70. yes there are highs but there are alot more lows .
the probabillity of a $2.40 is extremely unlikely, but finance is a lottery and there always seems to be more losers than winners
cadmus
im off to florida in 13 months time . i would love to get this $2 rate. i have a spare grand earning 5% ,. can anyone advise a good move for me .... buy now or what .
if i dont do nothing , my grand will be worth £1050 ish , but if i do the $2 .02 ill have $2020 and if the £ weakens to a more realistic exchange of around $1.65 - $1.70 , my £1000 will only get $1650 - $1700 , a difference of over $300 . if i new what was the correct move to make id be RICH. any advise appreciated.


The flaw in the analysis is to assume that a $1.70 exchange rate is "more realistic". I am old enough to remember when it was actually $2.40, so I can't see why any one rate is more realistic than any other.
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