For WorldFirst, global transfers or deposits are not just a deal in which pounds are exchanged for euros, or dollars are exchanged for yen. WorldFirst knows that there is a story behind every transfer. Regardless of the customer's story, WorldFirst hopes to make perfect the outcome. With a wealth of industry experience, the WorldFirst team is dedicated to providing customers with time-saving and cost-effective services and ensuring the safety of their clients' funds. WorldFirst will not only help e-commerce sellers to receive sales from Amazon, eBay and other sales platforms, but also launch a new B2B offshore payment account -- World Account, to help manufacturers, foreign traders, exporters, start-ups and other types of companies. To deal with offshore payment and collection services in a time- and money-saving manner. World Account allows foreign traders or exporters to open a "local offshore account" World Account in China. Payment to suppliers and cooperation with licensees in China to enable companies to repatriate funds back to China in a non-generic, quick and easy way. WorldFirst opens collection accounts in British pounds, US dollars, Canadian dollars, Japanese yen, Euros, New Zealand dollars, Singapore dollars, Australian dollars, Hong Kong dollars and offshore RMB, allowing customers to collect from Amazon and other e-commerce platforms in a faster and more economical way. Overseas sales.
According to the regulatory information, the company address of WorldFirst is Millbank tower 21-24 Millbank London. The investigation staff visited the spot.
The staff found a building named Millbank tower where the broker’s office is located.
The staff entered the building and found a signboard on the side of the elevator downstairs, which listed many companies. After several searches by the our staff, WorldFirst’s name was not found on the sign.
The staff then asked the receptionist whether WorldFirst had an office in the office building. After receiving an affirmative answer, our staff presented the business card and indicated that we would like to go upstairs to investigate. The staff at the front desk phoned WorldFirst office and told us that the company was at the peak of business and had no time to meet our staff.
According to the on-the-site investigation by the staff,the address of WorldFirst truly exists.The broker holds the ASIC MM license, FCA payment service licence and Canada FINTRAC financial licence.
10-15 years | Regulated in Australia | Regulated in United Kingdom | <…
World First Pty Ltd
+61 2 8298 4990
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