Travellers Cheques

Travellers Cheques are prepaid currency cheques that are available in many different currencies. They can be exchanged for cash at selected outlets abroad. If you lose them while travelling you can visit your nearest American Express agent to have them replaced, making them a much safer option than carrying around foreign currency.

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Traveller’s Cheques Info

 
Fees when buying Traveller’s cheques from the bank: 1,95% of the amount (R100 min fee). No fees charged if credited back into an FNB transactional account 2% of the amount (R75 min fee) 1,85% of the amount (R70 min fee) 1,71% of the amount (R130 min fee)
Fees when selling Travellers cheques back to the bank 1,95% of the amount (R100 min fee). No fees charged if credited back into an FNB transactional account 2% of the amount (R75 min fee) 1,85 % of the amount (R70 min fee) 1,71% of the amount (R130 min fee)
To apply you need:

 

 

 

 

Valid Passport
Valid air ticket (not more than 3 months away from your travel date)
To Apply: Visit a FNB Branch or call 0860 1 FOREX (36739) Visit a Standard Bank branch Visit a Nedbank Forex  Branch Visit an Absa Branch or call 0860 151 151

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At Wheretobank.co.za, we recommend that when travelling abroad you take a combination of cash passports, foreign currency or travellers cheques just to minimise the risk of you being stranded somewhere without access to funds. Also don’t keep all your money in one place.

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