Get the best buy back rates using our buy back service which gives you unbeatable exchange rates and 0% commission. This could be obtained by either walking into one of our branches or by sending the currency to our LONDON BRIDGE office using Royal Mail Special Delivery service guaranteed and insured. Please make sure you ensure your special delivery for the sterling equivalent inside. (Max £2500 per package)
Please send a copy of your valid passport or driving licence with your currency; the name on this identification must correspond to the name of the beneficiary's UK Sterling bank account to which we will send the payment for the exchange. Please note we will only remit the payment to the senders bank account, which must be a private individual.
If your transaction exceeds £2,500 or equivalent (in a one-off or multiple transactions) the ID that you provide must be certified (see below).
If your transaction exceeds £5,000 or equivalent (in a one-off or multiple transactions), please provide us with the following documentation:
- Certified copy of your Passport or driving licence
- Proof of source of funds
- Proof of reason for transaction
- Proof of address dated within the last three months (utility bill or bank statement etc. Please note that online bank statements and mobile phone bills are not acceptable)
Please be advised that we will not process any transactions prior to receiving the above documentation. If you require guidance on acceptable documentation, please call us on
020 7357 9700 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
We reserve the right to refuse any transaction.
5 London Bridge Walk,
London, SE1 2SX
We will endeavour to contact you to acknowledge the order and confirm the rate on the day that we receive your currency. We will then pay the Sterling into your named UK bank account, it can take up to 4 working days but in most cases it is the next working day.
500 EURO NOTES - WILL RECEIVE 1.5% LESS THAN ADVERTISED ONLINE.
4 or more notes we requires a certified copy of a Passport or Driving License.
Who can certify a document?