Rand Rescue Australia Coming To South Africa
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Rand Rescue Australia Coming To South Africa 2018

If you’re in the process of emigrating to Australia from South Africa, you’re probably wondering how you’re going to move your money to Australia. You may also be considering cashing in your retirement annuities and bringing the money to Australia to help you set up your new life down under. If you are, I’ve got great news for you! Rand Rescue’s Henrico Kotze is coming to South Africa in June and July 2018, speaking to people who are about to make the big move.

Get Your Money Out Of South Africa

This is the perfect time to meet us face to face and chat about moving your money to Australia.

Using a company like Rand Rescue means you get a much better exchange rate than using a regular bank, plus you get a personalised service from our Australian and South African teams.

Rand Rescue specialises in transferring funds from South Africa to Australia, New Zealand, the UK, the US and other countries around the world. We are also financial emigration specialists, with over a decade of experience in financial emigration from South Africa.

There are others out there offering a similar service but we are known for our fast processing times and going above and beyond for our clients.

Book An Appointment With Rand Rescue

If you’d like to book an appointment with Henrico, there are several slots available at cities across South Africa.

Johannesburg – 26 June to 29 June

Cape Town – 30 June to 2 July

Pretoria – 4 – 10 July and 16 to 19 July

If you are not near any of these cities, phone appointments are available too!

Each appointment is 30 minutes long and completely obligation free.

How To Book Your Appointment

If you’d like to book an appointment with Henrico, please send me an email at reeva.cutting@randgroup.biz and I can book a convenient time for you.

 

Enjoyed this? Check out some of my other blogs like 5 Things I Wish I Knew Before Migrating To Australia and 50 things you need to know before you migrate to Australia.

 

 

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