Manage the currencies
you do business in from
one simple dashboard
A simple, self-serve platform backed by 24/7 OFXpert phone support
- Open currency accounts and hold balances in up to 7 foreign currencies
- Save on exchange rates when you transfer to 50+ currencies
- Receive from global clients, marketplaces and payment gateways
- Instantly transfer between your currency accounts at great rates
- Quickly pay vendors, suppliers and taxes in local currency
- Invoice clients and reconcile accounts through Xero integration
OFX is participating in Amazon’s Payment Services Provider Program
Amazon’s Payment Service Provider Program is part of its continued efforts to be the safest and most trusted store in the world for customers and sellers.
Get account details to receive payments like a local in up to 7 currency accounts
Routing Number (ABA)
Receive payments from around the world and save
Paying too much to convert international revenue to your home currency? With an OFX Global Currency Account you can get paid like a local and save.
Open foreign currency accounts in up to 7 currencies. Connect your virtual accounts to payment gateways or marketplaces, or simply invoice customers directly to collect funds.
Hold funds and convert when it suits your business
Ever been stung by a payment converted on someone else’s schedule? With the Global Currency Account you decide when to bring money home. Hold foreign currency in your account for as long as you need to, while you keep an eye on exchange rates. And when the time is right, make your transfer and enjoy OFX’s bank-beating rates.
Pay bills and invoices directly from your own currency accounts
Does your business incur costs in the countries you’re selling in? Save time and skip unnecessary currency conversions by using your virtual accounts to pay taxes, fees, vendors or suppliers.
Need help creating your account?
Want to ask a question?
You can call or email us, anytime. With offices in 8 countries, there’s always an OFXpert to help you, 24/7.
Secure and regulated
In the US, we’re registered as a Money Service Business at the federal level with the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (“FinCEN”). We’re also licensed as a money transmitter by every state regulatory agency that requires a license (every state except Montana and Wisconsin).
We monitor transactions for suspicious activity with sophisticated technology. Our teams are highly trained and we have a dedicated Financial Investigation department that specialises in the detection and prevention of fraud.
Transactions are monitored using sophisticated tech to help identify any suspicious activity.
Multi-factor authentication to establish it’s the account-holder logging into their account.
Sign up for a better way to pay and get paid
Save on FX rates and fees
Keith Hyams, Owner, Cake Maternity
Keep pricing competitive
Phil Forman, Founder, Newtown Video
My bank offers a multi-currency account, what's the difference?
Your bank’s multi-currency accounts may not be issued in the country of the currency e.g. a USD account issued in the US. As most marketplaces and gateways only pay into local accounts, using internationally-held accounts means that you won’t enjoy the cost benefits of getting paid like a local.
Can I make payments from my Global Currency Account?
Yes, you can make payments to over 170 countries at OFX’s bank-beating rates.
What are the fees?
The Global Currency Account has $0 receiving fees, $0 setup fees and $0 account fees. We charge a margin on the exchange rate for FX transfers, and for same-currency transfers we charge either a flat fee or a % of the value. Transfers from the Global Currency Account to a recipient bank account may be subject to additional fees depending on currency pair and transfer size. Occasionally, third-party intermediary banks may deduct a fee from your transfer before paying your recipient. This fee may vary, and OFX receives no portion of it.
Request a demo of the OFX Global Currency Account
An OFXpert will be in touch to show how you can pay and get paid in the foreign currencies you do business in.
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