Unlike many banks and bureaux de changes we are transparent with our Mauritian Rupee pricing. You have direct access to the live GBP/ MUR 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 Mauritian Rupee 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 Mauritian Rupee and converting to GBP you want to do so when the Mauritian Rupee is strong against British Pound. This way you will get more British Pound for every Mauritian Rupee sold. If you are buying Mauritian Rupee the reverse applies and you should try to buy when Mauritian Rupee weak against the British Pound since this would mean more Mauritian Rupee for every British Pound you spend.
Don't settle for hefty exchange rates. Instead, sell Mauritian Rupees at the best market rates!
The Mauritian Rupee has been in circulation since 1877. The rupee was chosen because of the huge inflow of Indian rupees following the massive Indian immigration to Mauritius. Each of the notes features the Bank of Mauritius portrait and statue of justice on one side.
Official name - Mauritian Rupee
Code - Rs
Symbol - MUR
Subunit - cent
Just returned from your Mauritius trip? Looking for options to exchange your leftover Mauritian Rupee for Pounds? Traditionally, you can sell them at a bank or bureau de change, but neither will benefit you much. The amount you receive in return will be considerably lower due to the terrible exchange rates. Moreover, banks and bureaux de change will have a fixed Mauritian Rupee exchange rate for the day. Therefore, even if the market exchange rates drop during the day, you will have to settle for the unreasonable terrible exchange rates. (You will unknowingly pay for their hidden charges and bear the brunt.)
However, to get the best exchange rates for Mauritian Rupee, it is better to look for an online alternative.
Online currency exchange providers offer better Mauritian Rupee exchange rates, significantly improving your exchanged value for Pounds. Besides, they offer better services without much waiting time. Nevertheless, you should be careful with your selection. Many online currency exchange providers levy additional charges and commissions on their currency exchange rates. Therefore, to get the best rates for Mauritian Rupees, compare several institutions and their exchange rates side by side. Also, check if the company of your choice offers complete transparency along with access to the live interbank rates. This way, you can choose the best deal and get the most Pounds in return.
If you want monetary security and the best exchange rates for Mauritian Rupees, sell them to The Currency Club, one of the UK's leading online currency exchange providers. Our customers have access to the live interbank rates as we believe in the fundamentals of transparency.
You can compare our live exchange rates for Mauritian Rupees to get a fair picture of the actual spread we add.
To opt for our buy back services, follow these steps-
Step 1 : Click on our dedicated buy back page.
Step 2 : Change the currency to Mauritian Rupee and enter your leftover amount.
Step 3 : You can compare our rates with others in the market at this point by clicking "Compare Us."
Step 4 : Click on to "Get Started" and it will redirect you to a form.
Step 5 : Fill in with the relevant details and submit.
Step 6 : Send your Mauritian Rupees to our given postal code via the Royal Mail Postal Service.
Once we receive your Mauritian Rupees, you will get the converted amount in Pounds credited to your registered bank account at the earliest.
You can deposit your leftover Mauritian Rupees to a GBP account through an international transfer. However, approaching a bank may not be a great idea. Their conversion rate from Rs to GBP is extremely expensive, significantly lowering your exchanged GBP value. However, you get the most out of your leftover Rs with our services.
You can sell almost every global currency through us. However, to know whether we accept your currency or not, refer to the currency drop-down list on our buy back page.
As a centralised digital platform, we do not levy additional charges on our buy back services. Hence, we keep our spread as low as possible compared to banks, bureaux de change or other online service providers.