Remit2India Offers – March/April 2014

Remit2India Extra Paisa Benefit Offer

Remit2India Offer

We have a few exciting offers for NRIs across the world. Currently, specific offers can be availed in Australia, Canada, United Kingdom and all across Europe.

Check out the offers below:

Australia

Send money and get upto 40 paisa extra per AUD. Simply send money via www.remit2india.com and get additional benefit on each dollar you send home, effectively increasing your exchange rate.

How this works?
If your sending amount is between AUD 50 – AUD 3,500 you get 30 paisa extra per AUD.
If your sending amount is between AUD 3,501 – AUD 9,999 you get assured 40 paisa extra per AUD.

United Kingdom

Send money to India from UK via www.remit2india.com and get a complete fee waiver on all transactions, regardless the volume. On top of that you get up to 40 paisa extra on your transactions. Not only do you save on fees, but also get better exchange rates during the offer period.

How this works?
If your sending amount is between GBP 50 – GBP 1,500 you get flat 25 paisa extra + Complete fee waiver.
If your sending amount is above GBP 1,501 you get assured 40 paisa extra + Complete fee waiver on transactions.

Europe
Send money from any European country and get upto 40 paisa extra per euro. The more money you send the higher the benefits. Visit www.remit2india.com today.

How this works?
If your sending amount is between Euro 50 – Euro 1,500 you get flat 30 paisa extra
If your sending amount is between Euro 50 – Euro 1,500 you get flat 35 paisa extra
If your sending amount is between Euro 50 – Euro 1,500 you get flat 40 paisa extra

Canada
Send money to India from Canada and get a complete fee waiver. Get maximum value for your money transfer with this offer.
 

 


 

*TimesofMoney will reserve the right of extending / reducing the duration of the offer.

Rupee at lifetime low against the $

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The falling rupee has given FII inflows in India the shiver; however Indians abroad (NRIs) are making the most of it.
Rupee on Monday slipped to a lifetime low of 57.33 vs dollar. Dropping to a record low in early trade, this comes after disappointing data from India and other Asian giants like China and slightly better-than-expected US jobs data.

Speculations now rise for a possible intervention by RBI

India sees more dollars coming in with a weaker Rupee!

The weaker Rupee has become the cause for a surge in inward dollar remittance sent by NRIs from the US. Yesterday the US $ reached an exchange rate of Rs. 46.59* against the rupee and this has enabled a lot of NRIs to send money back home in India.

(*Source: remit2india.com indicative rate as on 9.30am IST on Thursday, 20th May, 2010)

Remittance inflow from the US has increased by a whopping 37% in the first 20 days of this month when compared to the previous month. This reinstates the fact that the weaker rupee has indeed caught the fancy of NRIs in the US.

“The recent surge of the dollar against the rupee has been extreme. We have seen a spike in our numbers, both on transactions and volume especially in the past few days. Also a noticeable factor that has come forward over the past few days is that the average remittance amount by individuals has been upwards of US$ 10,000, which is substantially more than our monthly average” said Avijit Nanda, President, TimesofMoney. He also added, “We feel that this trend will only improve over the next few days and we expect more inflows to come into India.”