Post Office
Founded:
2000
Offer Collection:
Yes
Do Deliver:
Yes
Accept Cash:
Yes
Accept Bank Transfer:
No
Accept Credit/Debit Card:
Yes
Accept Cheque:
Yes

Post Office

Post Office travel money online offer bank-beating exchange rates for over 60 currencies. Exchange Rates get better when you book over £500, £1,000, £1,500 or £2,000 online. Post Office online let you buy from £400 to £2,500 online and you can place an online travel money order up to five days in advance. Free next day delivery on all orders before 3pm on a working day. Customers can also order online holiday money and pick up currency from a local Post Office branch.

Regulatory Information

Post Office Limited is registered in England and Wales. Registered No. 2154540. Registered Office: 148 Old Street, London EC1V. At the 2013 British Travel Awards, The Post Office Won Best Foreign Exchange/Travel Money Retailer for the 7th consecutive year.

Overall Rating

Rating Breakdown

2.1 /5
Exchange Rate Offered 0.0
Customer Service 0.0
Speed of Service 0.0

Post Office Reviews

  • guest user said
    This card is a disaster. Your website and customer services are user-unfriendly and your security abysmal.

    My thoughts on this card are frankly unprintable.
    Your customer service is lamentable, your security non-existent and you do not keep promises to deal on time with complaints.
    Despite there being a substantial credit balance on the card to my immense embarrassment it was declined twice in the same shop France.
    My card was cloned and it ended up being used by fraudsters in Miami immediately afterwards.
    Initially you declined its use nine times within a 24 hour period but ultimately two payments were sanctioned and the entire remaining balance plus some extra was permitted to be withdrawn.
    On my return home I found that you had the utter gall to demand that I repay the overdrawn balance.
    Your company is utterly incompetent and completely unfit to offer a money-card service and you should be banned from doing so.

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  • guest user said
    Don't waste your time

    Just tried to purchase Euros using my debit card after a long wait in the post office (Camden). Was told at the counter that I need a passport ID to use my debit card to draw money.
    Keeping in mind that I can use the same debit card to withdraw cash at the cash point in this branch and then exchange the cash without ID, this is not only frustrating but also a waste of time.
    Buy your Euros elsewhere and save the wait.

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