Unlike many banks and bureaux de changes we are transparent with our Croatian Kuna pricing. You have direct access to the live GBP/ HRK interbank exchange rate so it's easier for you to compare and see the savings you make using our buy back service. Compare our buy back rates and see how much you could save.
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*We capture the exchange rates being offered by airports and high street providers once a month and calculate what spread they are taking off the live interbank rate. We then compare that to what rates we are offering to calculate the savings you can make if you use us.
*Your potential saving has been calculated using our exchange rate and the most expensive provider's rate in the market at a given point in time.
Once your currency buy back order is placed, you will be provided with an indicative captured interbank exchange rate and our fee
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the real exchange rate and our fee will be applied at the time we process your order. We shall then make payment to the bank account details you have provided.
Ideally, whenever you are buying or selling Croatian Kuna it is always a good idea to research where the interbank exchange rate is. The interbank exchange rate gives you a guide as you want to transact as closely to it as possible. For ease, we always show what the mid market rate is on our currency converters.
In a nutshell, when you are selling back Croatian Kuna and converting to GBP you want to do so when the Croatian Kuna is strong against British Pound. This way you will get more British Pound for every Croatian Kuna sold. If you are buying Croatian Kuna the reverse applies and you should try to buy when Croatian Kuna weak against the British Pound since this would mean more Croatian Kuna for every British Pound you spend.
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The Croatian Kuna derives its name from the Croatian word "Kuna", which means "marten". It refers to the historical use of marten pelts as units for trading in medieval times. 1 Kuna subdivides into 100 lipa and since 2013 is pegged to Euro where 1EUR = 7.53456 HRK.
Official name - Croatian Kuna
Code - HRK
Symbol - kn
Subunit - Lipa
Pegged With - Euro
There are a couple of traditional methods of selling leftover currency, such as the banking institutions and bureau de change. However, the most beneficial method of selling Croatian Kuna is via an online institution, following the steps mentioned below
Step1: Search for "Sell HRK". You will get several potential results.buy backpage.
Step2: Compare the exchange rates offered by all these top search results and select the one offering the most amount of money in exchange.
Step3: Check if the company is offering full transparency with access to the live rates Croatian Kuna.
Step4: If it is transparent enough, go forward and register for its buy back services.
Step5: Send over your leftover Croatian Kuna.
Once the company receives your currency, it will convert it and transfer the exchanged amount to your registered bank account.
We are the first online currency exchange company, providing access to the live interbank rates for our clients to compare with what we charge. Hence, transparency is one of our fundamentals, along with providing the best rates for Croatian Kuna. So, you can go through all that hassle mentioned above and end up at our site or directly avail our buy back services.
With zero commission charges and no hidden fees, our exchange rates are extremely low. Therefore, with us, get maximised returns against your foreign travel money.
Banking institutions keep their currency exchange rates fixed for the day. This means even if the rates improve during the day, you will have to settle for the terrible exchange rates. Moreover, banking institutions are notorious for levying a hefty spread on their exchange rates, significantly decreasing the amount you get in return.
Besides, just like every offline transaction, banks also take significant time to conduct the entire currency conversion procedure. Thus, with banks, not only your exchange value decreases, but the bank transfer also delays.
Currency exchange rates are continuously changing. Thus, the amount of British Pound you will get depends on the Croatian Kuna exchange rates in respect to GBP. If GBP to HRK is high, you will get less and vice versa.
The best time to sell your leftover Croatian Kuna is when its exchange rates are performing great in relation to the currency of your choice. This translates to GBP to HRK exchange rates being extremely low.