Azimo, an AngelLab portfolio company, has secured their name in the market as one of the best companies that help you avoid bank transfer hidden charges and save money.
The Guardian newspaper named Azimo today when citing a case of hidden bank fees. Someone flagged in a letter to the newspaper how almost half of their donation to their friend in Nepal who was affected by the terrible earthquakes, has “disappeared” in bank charges. The donor wasn’t aware of the additional charges, just like many others who aren’t warned about the additional chargers.
The Guardian says “The charges they levy are hugely undercut, and the service is usually vastly improved, by the many currency companies that operate in this area – and this is always the way to go. There are many to choose from: CaxtonFX, HiFx or Azimo to name but three of the well-established names.”