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A Transferwise offer

For those who need to transfer money to their account in Europe, Transferwise is offering a free first time transfer for up to $4500.

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This is not an alternative to using other means of transferring money where the money received, such as the payment of a fine or a specified deposit in euros, must be exact; unless Transferwise has modified its system.

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