Current Rate =
|Buy SGD Forex Card||₹52.1185|
|Sell SGD Forex Card||₹50.6135|
|Buy SGD Wire Transfer||₹52.1585|
|Buy SGD Currency Notes||₹|
|Sell SGD Traveler Cheques||₹|
|Sell SGD Currency Notes||₹|
|Buy SGD Traveler Cheques||₹|
|Buy SGD Demand Draft||₹52.2585|
Customers looking for forex rates have to constantly struggle to find the actual Singapore Dollar rates today in Solan. Unlike other websites that provide only the interbank rate or base rate, BookMyForex now provides live and real time Singapore Dollar exchange rates today in Solan. So customers can either buy forex at live rates or select the 'Freeze the rate' option on our website to lock-in the Singapore Dollar exchange rates today in Solan and exchange their currency at that rate within three days. We also offer other forex related products that include SGD currency notes, SGD forex cards, SGD traveler's cheques, as well as money transfer and remittance services through SGD wire transfers and SGD demand drafts. Customers can visit our channel partner locations to collect their orders or they can have the order home-delivered free of cost.
While BookMyForex's charges are based on live rates, other currency exchangers base their charges on 'daily rates' or 'today's SGD rate in Solan' which are much higher. Charging 'today's SGD rate in Solan' provides a cushioning effect to avoid incurring losses due to SGD price fluctuation in the market because just like stocks SGDs are also traded electronically across the globe like any other financial security. Customers are simply being taken for a ride and exploited, when foreign exchange dealers base their forex rates on 'today's SGD rate in Solan'. Little do customers know that in the the name of 'today's SGD rate in Solan', the rates charged by the currency exchanger are higher because they have to protect themselves from any losses owing to SGD price fluctuation on account of the SGD being traded globally just like any other financial security. In the name of 'today's SGD rate in Solan', most currency exchange companies charge higher rates for forex so they can cushion themselves in case of losses owing to SGD price fluctuation.
The foreign exchange market in India is fairly disorganized and there are several loopholes in the policies governing the market. Mr. Sudarshan Motwani, our CEO, who was earlier heading the foreign exchange division in HDFC Bank and ING Vysya bank, had established BookMyForex with a vision to revolutionize the forex market and make it more streamlined. Our services are already available across India.
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