Volopa Revenues Rise 48% - Money Transfer Business News

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  • Volopa recent company filings show an impressive 48% rise in revenues for accounts dated January 2018.
     

Volopa is a fairly new Foreign Exchange Solutions (FX) and international payment provider. They claim to be able to give consumers big savings on their international money transfers activities.

Volopa's four core principles of:

- Value

- Security

- Transparency 

- Simplicity 

These (they say) differentiate them from their competitors and reinforce their commitment to give our customers a better deal.

Volopa also have a travel card called a Lifestyle Card. 

Here is what they say:

"There’s no need to carry cash or traveller’s cheques the next time you’re going abroad. Just top up a Volopa Lifestyle Card with as much money as you think you’ll need and you’re good to go.

And because we want our Lifestyle Card to be as flexible as your plans, we’ve made sure you can hold up to 14 different currencies, at the same time, on the same card."


Nigel Frith
Nigel Frith
Former Global General Manager
Nigel was the Global General Manager at FXcompared. Nigel has a background in marketing for businesses and consumers as well working in a variety of online financial services roles. Read more

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