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Nationwide launches fee-free online currency service

27 May 2004  |  6212 views  |  0 Nationwide launches fee-free online currency service

Nationwide Building Society has launched a fee-free online travel money service in time for the start of the holiday season.

The service, which is available to both customers and non-customers, promises next-day recorded delivery for orders received before 2.30pm. Consumers pay only a £3.50 handling/delivery charge.

Nationwide says a customer using the system to order £1000 of foreign currency would typically save £20 on the equivalent transaction with Barclays Bank.

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