Registration at AFORTI™ Exchange platform is free of charge. All You need to do is fill in a simple form to start Your foreign exchange transactions. After creating an account, simply add at least two bank accounts – one in RON and at least one in a foreign currency.
In order to exchange currency log in to the trading platform and select buy or sell currency. Enter the currency and the amount You wish to exchange and then accept the final guaranteed exchange rate. The platform is available 5 days a week, 24 hours a day.
Transfer the amount You wish to exchange to the indicted bank account. In order to buy currency, transfer money in RON. In order to sell, make a transfer from Your foreign currency account.
After crediting the amount on the bank account and instant currency exchange, the return transfer is ordered immediately.
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