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Send Money to China

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Average Saving £ 26.5 Compared to your high street bank or money transfer provider
Exchange rate
3.8845638
*Our fee
£ 1
Total you pay
£ 101
*Based on Direct to Bank Account
Send Any Amount for only €1
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We accept payments by
  • Debit Card
  • Credit Card
  • Credit / Debit Card
  • Bank Transfer Wire us the money via online or telephone banking
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What our customers are saying

uwe medla
31 Jan 2014

Einfache und unproblematische Geldüberweisung !

Einfache und unproblematische Geldüberweisung zu einem fairen Preis !

Norbert Kley
09 Feb 2015

gut und günstig geldversenden

Guter und schnelles Geldversenden

Hugo Feiler
31 Jan 2014

A really great find - so nice to be saving money against the bank rates, which are clearly ridiculous

The only issue I had with the service was that both my cards got declined first time round (Natwest thought it was fraud) so I have had to use the transfer system.

Your money transfer to China - what to do with the money saved.

Your friends or family might be wondering what to do with the savings you’ve made thanks to sending money to China via Azimo. So, we thought we’d offer up some ideas. Let’s say you’ve saved £20. There are probably lots of useful things your friends and family could do with that saving. But we’ve got some less practical ideas for you as well...

We all know that Chinese kids of all ages love C-pop. But did you know that music downloads are no longer free in China? Don’t worry. With your Azimo savings the music-mad people in your life can subscribe to a download service for almost two years. That’s a lot of Phoenix Legend for your playlists. Splash out on a few bottles of Tsingtao (and some fizzy pop for the youngsters) and you’ve got a C-pop party, Azimo-style.

Or if you’re a bit more traditional, why not send your Azimo money transfer in time for Chinese New Year? You could slip the savings into a few red envelopes as a surprise for the children, or you could spread the red even further with some lucky dui lian and door god decorations. Or maybe you’re all about the food, in which case get down to the market and stock up on all the ingredients you’ll need for some New Year Jiaozi dumplings. Of course, these delicious treats symbolise family reunion. And that makes them the perfect way to spend your Azimo savings!

Give a red letter any time of year with Azimo. Transfer money to China today!

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