Comparing Polish Zloty exchange rates when selling zł1000
The FX Company
The FX Company constantly has the best buyback rates for most popular currencies. The FX Company use Royal Mail Special Delivery to receive the funds and arrange transfer of funds to your bank account within 3 working days of receipt of receiving your order.
Currency Group Online
Currency Online Group offer competitive buyback rates.
Selling your unwanted Polish Zloty
Compare travel cash is a free resource that takes the pain out of finding the best rate for exchanging your polish zloty for pounds sterling. With our clever technology
we ensure we calculate the amount you will receive including for exchanging your polish zloty . Selling your polish zloty online is amongst the cheapest and most convenient ways of you obtaining your travel money.
How can I sell polish zloty online?
Once you have made your choice of which currency buyback company you wish to use click on the "More Info" button
next to your chosen supplier. You will then be automatically redirected to the website to be able to sell your polish zloty .
What is the process for selling polish zloty?
To exchange your polish zloty, fill in the form on the currency buyback company website and print the order details form and send it together with your currency to the currency company. The equivalent Sterling pounds wills be transferred into your bank within a few days.
How long does it take to receive the money in my bank account?
Typically a few days.
Can I sell any currency?
Most major curencies are covered, choose your currency on the form at the top of the page and click on "compare rates"
Can I sell old or discontinued currency?
No, unfortunately not, only currency that is in circulation can be sold.
Can I swap my foreign currency into another foreign currency?
Some suppliers do allow this, so for example you can at times swap Euros for US Dollars.
Is the rate stated guaranteed?
This varies, check the terms and conditions before ordering to be sure.
Can I send coins?
No, and also some suppliers will only accept certain demoninations of currency.
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