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TransferWise makes transferring money to Sri Lanka a breeze. Just tap in how much, and where to. Then make a local payment to TransferWise, whether it's with a bank transfer or your card. And that's it.
TransferWise converts your money at the fairest rate out there - the real rate - so you save big time (even versus the guys saying there's 'zero' commission). On TransferWise, there's no room for sneaky bank surcharges or creeping hidden charges.
Pay in £ with your debit or credit card, or send the money from your online banking.
TransferWise always gives you the real and fair mid-market exchange rate.
Your recipient gets ₨ directly from TransferWise's local bank account.
TransferWise is built around clever peer-to-peer tech, so you always get the real 'mid-market' exchange rate - what you see on Google or XE.
For Pound to Sri Lankan Rupee, the only fee is a separate 1.0% with a flat fee of £2 that you can always see before you send.
Everything about TransferWise is streamlined, and creating your first transfer only takes a couple of taps.
90% of the transfers from the UK to Sri Lanka are completed within 2-3 business days, and you'll always get delivery updates throughout.
TransferWise makes sending money to Sri Lanka as easy as transferring money to a friend, or buying something online.
Depending on your transfer, you'll have a multitude of payment options - whether it's local bank transfer, card payment or direct debit.
Furthermore TransferWise is authorised by the Financial Conduct Authority.
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