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Travelex has partnered with OFX to provide a low cost and efficient international money transfer solution

Whether you’re a business, a permanent resident or a tourist, there are many reasons to transfer money abroad. Regardless of your intentions or the amount of money you wish to send, it's important to find a reliable and competitive transfer service.

You can be assured of secure and fast money transfers with Travelex and our partner OFX. Our trusted money transfer service is available 24 hours per day, 7 days a week. Travelex via our partner OFX, offers highly competitive exchange rates. It's never been easier to transfer money, either via our website or via your mobile phone.

Note, for registration and access to your account, you will be redirected to OFX.com.


1

Log-In/Create an account

Sign-in to your account via the login portal
Or create a free account with our partner OFX.

2

Confirm the recipient’s details

Confirm the recipient’s full name, SWIFT code (or IFSC in India) and their bank account number.

3

Get your live quote

You will be sent a live, total sum quote.
Proceed with the transaction
Or, complete later with a better-suited exchange rate.

4

Lock-In your transaction details

Confirm the exchange rate and finalise the transaction:
amount, currency, the recipient’s bank account details

5

Transfer your funds and complete

Finalise the transaction and transfer your funds via BPay or electronic bank transfer.


Fast transfers
Upon OFX receiving your funds, major currency transfers are usually completed within 24 hours

Great exchange rates
We've got better rates and fees than the banks, and have securely transferred over AUD $100 billion worldwide since 1998

Get a quote and Lock in rates
Enter your recipient’s bank account details and lock-in your transfer with our competitive exchange rates

24/7 Support
A global support team is available around the clock - 24 hours a day, 7 days a week on 1300 300 524


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OFX, previously known as OzForex in Australia, is the current provider of Travelex International Money Transfers. All Travelex International Money Transfers are powered by OFX and from 2 December 2019, Travelex International Money Transfer is taking place on the OFX.com website, to provide clients with a better online experience.
No, you just login using your same details (you will be automatically redirected to the correct site). You can login via Travelex, via ofx.com directly or via OFX App. Prior to your first transfer you will be required to accept updated Terms and Conditions and Privacy Policy.
No, you'll be automatically redirected to the ofx.com website.
You'll be able to access the streamlined platform at ofx.com and OFX app. Download the app today to view live exchange rates, make transfers and track your money through to its final destination. As Travelex International Payments is already powered by OFX, there is no change to the underlying service provider.
Yes. All your account information and transaction history will be available from OFX and via ofx.com.
To ensure that all clients are up to date and on the correct version of the Client Agreement you will be required to accept the new version of the Client Agreement and Privacy Policy. Your terms and conditions materially remain the same.
For Australian clients, always consider the Product Disclosure Statement and Financial Services Guide before entering into a transfer.
Rest assured, we're doing everything we can to make this as simple and easy as we can. However, if you have any questions about the upcoming change, we're always here to help. You can call us 24/7 on 1300 300 524 in Australia.
SWIFT codes are 8 to 11 characters long and made of both letters and numbers. You can typically find them on a bank statement or on your bank’s website.
There are four components to a standard SWIFT/BIC code, these include:
  • Bank code
  • Country code
  • Location code
  • Occasionally the branch code may be included but this is optional
XXXX (bank code) - XX (country code) - XX (location code) - XXX branch code)
The SWIFT (Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunications) system allows banks and financial institutions to send and receive secure messages regarding payment instructions.
The SWIFT code is a format of your BIC (Bank Identification Code), and the two terms are used interchangeably. SWIFTs or BICs are unique identification codes for the particular bank that holds your account.
Many banks, especially European banks, also use IBANs (International Bank Account Numbers). These are unique codes that identify a given bank account and provide a standardised way of recognising and locating bank accounts throughout the world.
Typically an IBAN will include:
  • Alphabetical country code (i.e ‘NL’ for the Netherlands, or ‘PT’ for Portugal)
  • Followed by two digits
  • Then up to 35 characters for the bank account number
XX (country code) - XX (check number) - XXXX XXXX (bank identifier) - XXXX XXXX XX (account number)
Started in Europe during the 1990s, this method of bank account identification for international transfers has been adopted by more than 60 countries worldwide.

Not all countries will require an IBAN as it may be optional for transfers to other countries like Australia or Canada. At OFX, we use our Global By Local (GBL) system to process your transfers locally whenever possible, so you may be able to avoid using complicated bank codes.
Instead, you can often make your transfers using simplified domestic codes like the routing and account number for the US, BSB for Australia, and the sort code and account number for the UK.

What is different: Travelex International Money Transfer, OzForex and OFX?

OFX, previously known as OzForex in Australia, is the current provider of Travelex International Money Transfers. All Travelex International Money Transfers are powered by OFX and from 2 December 2019, Travelex International Money Transfer is taking place on the OFX.com website, to provide clients with a better online experience.

Do I need to activate my account at OFX.com?

No, you just login using your same details (you will be automatically redirected to the correct site). You can login via Travelex, via ofx.com directly or via OFX App. Prior to your first transfer you will be required to accept updated Terms and Conditions and Privacy Policy.

Can I still login to www.internationalpayments.travelex.com.au?

No, you'll be automatically redirected to the ofx.com website.

In addition to the name, what else is changing?

You'll be able to access the streamlined platform at ofx.com and OFX app. Download the app today to view live exchange rates, make transfers and track your money through to its final destination. As Travelex International Payments is already powered by OFX, there is no change to the underlying service provider.

Will I be able to access my transfer history when I log in at OFX.com?

Yes. All your account information and transaction history will be available from OFX and via ofx.com.

Will all the terms and conditions be the same for OFX?

To ensure that all clients are up to date and on the correct version of the Client Agreement you will be required to accept the new version of the Client Agreement and Privacy Policy. Your terms and conditions materially remain the same.
For Australian clients, always consider the Product Disclosure Statement and Financial Services Guide before entering into a transfer.

If I have a question, who can I speak to?

Rest assured, we're doing everything we can to make this as simple and easy as we can. However, if you have any questions about the upcoming change, we're always here to help. You can call us 24/7 on 1300 300 524 in Australia.

SWIFT codes are 8 to 11 characters long and made of both letters and numbers. You can typically find them on a bank statement or on your bank’s website.
There are four components to a standard SWIFT/BIC code, these include:

  • Bank code
  • Country code
  • Location code
  • Occasionally the branch code may be included but this is optional
XXXX (bank code) - XX (country code) - XX (location code) - XXX branch code)
The SWIFT (Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunications) system allows banks and financial institutions to send and receive secure messages regarding payment instructions.
The SWIFT code is a format of your BIC (Bank Identification Code), and the two terms are used interchangeably. SWIFTs or BICs are unique identification codes for the particular bank that holds your account.

What about the IBAN?

Many banks, especially European banks, also use IBANs (International Bank Account Numbers). These are unique codes that identify a given bank account and provide a standardised way of recognising and locating bank accounts throughout the world.
Typically an IBAN will include:

  • Alphabetical country code (i.e ‘NL’ for the Netherlands, or ‘PT’ for Portugal)
  • Followed by two digits
  • Then up to 35 characters for the bank account number
XX (country code) - XX (check number) - XXXX XXXX (bank identifier) - XXXX XXXX XX (account number)
Started in Europe during the 1990s, this method of bank account identification for international transfers has been adopted by more than 60 countries worldwide.

Not all countries will require an IBAN as it may be optional for transfers to other countries like Australia or Canada. At OFX, we use our Global By Local (GBL) system to process your transfers locally whenever possible, so you may be able to avoid using complicated bank codes.
Instead, you can often make your transfers using simplified domestic codes like the routing and account number for the US, BSB for Australia, and the sort code and account number for the UK.


Travelex International Payments Disclaimer & Additional Information

This refers only to the transfer fee charged by Travelex International Payments.
The Travelex International Payment service is provided by OzForex Pty Ltd (ABN: 65 092 375 703) (trading as OFX), Australian Financial Services Licence No. 226 484.
Any advice contained in this website is general advice only and has been prepared without considering your objectives, financial situation or needs. You should not rely on any advice contained in this website and we recommend that you consider whether the product is appropriate to your situation and seek appropriate financial, taxation and legal advice. Information on this website is intended for residents of Australia only.
Before deciding whether to use the service, please consider the OFX Financial Services Guide and Product Disclosure Statement. Any reference to "we", "us", or "our" in relation to the Travelex International Payment service is a reference to OFX.
OFX will pay Travelex Limited (ABN 36 004 179 953) 50% of net revenue arising from OFX’s provision of Travelex International Payments services. Net revenue is the revenue arising from foreign exchange margins (or spread) and fees less all costs incurred in providing the services including but not limited to administrative costs, compliance costs and sales and marketing costs.
For further details, refer to the OFX Financial Services Guide.