2019: A Year in Review

News January 29, 2020
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We’ve changed our registered address

Hey WeSwappers, We’ve made a change to our Terms and Conditions we need to tell you about. In response to the covid-19 crisis, we’ve moved out of our original office in North London to go fully remote so have changed…
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5 ways to see the world from your own home

These are, to put it lightly, tough times for travel lovers. 'Cos of Covid-19, we know many of you have had to cut holidays short, postpone them until further notice or sometimes cancel them all together. Nothing can replace the…
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2019: A Year in Review

2019, eh? What a year. The General Election. Thomas Cook. Bum bags back in fashion. Brexit renewed for another series. What a way to end the decade. It was a big year at WeSwap too. We launched our new website…
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21 Unmissable World Events for 2020

We're all about creating memories here at WeSwap. And in 2020, we're looking to help you make even more. How? By helping you tick off those big bucket list items, while also giving you any excuse to get away. Whenever you…
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Dynamic Currency Conversion: Just say no

How to avoid being ripped off by ATMs abroad Ever notice how ATMs abroad politely ask if you’d like to be charged in your home currency (the currency you use when you’re at home; pounds in Britain, euros in Europe…
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Can I get Moroccan currency in the UK?

Heading off to explore the bustling city of Marrakech or try surfing in the windy Essaouira? Read our Moroccan currency guide first. Can I get Moroccan currency in the UK? Yes and no. The Moroccan dirham is non-convertible which means…
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5 WAYS TO AVOID YOUR WESWAP CARD BEING DECLINED

Picture the scene. You’re on holiday; maybe in a restaurant; at an ATM; renting a pedalo. You pull out your WeSwap card to pay but disaster strikes: it’s been declined. You’re embarrassed. A crowd is forming. You panic and run…
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Can I Buy Indian Rupees in the UK?

Can you buy Indian rupees in the UK? The short answer is no. The Indian Rupee is a closed currency that is heavily regulated, this means there are restrictions on taking the currency in and out of India. It's not…
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