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With our bank-beating exchange rates and small fee, sending money home to India is up to 8 times cheaper with Currencyfair than the banks. Make sure you get the best value when sending money to your family.
Safe & Secure
Trusted by over 100,000 customers worldwide, CurrencyFair has a 5-star rating with independent review site Trustpilot. You can be confident your money is secure when using CurrencyFair to transfer money to India.
Easy & Convenient
Get started in minutes with our simple signup process. Remit to India on the go with our mobile app, and stay up to date at every stage of your transfers with our email updates.
How to send money to India in three simple steps.
Create your free account
Opening your account is quick and easy and can take just minutes.
Set up your transaction
Tell us the amount and currency you want to exchange into INR, and send the money to your CurrencyFair account by bank transfer.
Transfer your money
We'll convert your money to INR at the best available rate, and transfer it to your recipient.
World-class Customer Support
Our amazing customer support team are on standby to help you when need them. Get an answer to your question, fast.
Some common questions people ask when sending money to India
How long will it take for my money to reach India?
Sending in money to your CurrencyFair account can vary depending on the currency. GBP typically reaches us in the same business day, EUR 2 business days, whereas other currencies may take up to 5 days. After we have exchanged your money into INR, transfers to India typically take 1 business day but can arrive in the same business day. Find out more about our estimated processing times.
Is my money safe?
Yes. CurrencyFair is fully regulated by the Central Bank of Ireland and the Australian Securities and Investments Commission. Customer funds are ring fenced to ensure maximum security and protection, meaning your money is in safe hands.
How can I top up my CurrencyFair account?
You can top up your CurrencyFair account through a bank transfer. Additionally customers with Irish debit cards can make debit card payments, while Australian residents can use BPAY to top up their account.
Do I need to verify my account?
As a fully regulated financial services business, we are required to verify the identity of all our customers. Where possible we attempt to speed up the process through electronic checks. Where this isn’t possible, we require proof of identification and up to two proofs of address.
How CurrencyFair can help you transfer money to India
Tired of paying hidden fees and charges on your money transfers to India? Transferring money to India has never been easier. If you need to remit money to family or friends in India, with CurrencyFair the process is easy and hassle-free. Once you have set up your account, our simple secure process takes the stress out of a money transfer to India. You can exchange your money to Indian Rupees in two ways:
Exchange your money to INR straight away at the best available rates.
Safe & Secure
With bank-level security in place, your money gets transferred to a bank account in India safely.
Try out our new currency calculator to convert your money to Indian Rupees.
CurrencyFair (Singapore) Pte Ltd is regulated (fully authorised) by the Monetary Authority of Singapore pursuant to section 8(3)(a) of the Money-Changing and Remittance Business Act Cap 187 (“MCRB Act”). This regulation governs foreign exchange and money remittance. The Monetary Authority of Singapore imposes minimum capital requirements and ensures the highest standards for internal policies and procedures, detection of financial crime and the protection of client funds. In accordance with the specific terms of our remittance licence CurrencyFair Ltd. has furnished the required Letter of Responsibility to the Monetary Authority of Singapore confirming that it is responsible for the operations of CurrencyFair (Singapore) Pte Ltd.