is Here to Shake up the International Money Transfer Market

UK-based startup Insurgence Media has launched a new digital product aimed at helping consumers find the best possible deal when transferring their money abroad

London, United Kingdom - May 17, 2019 / / —

London, United Kingdom. Friday 17th May: Following months of strategic planning, UK startup Insurgence Media has revealed the launch of its international currency transfer comparison platform -, which is live and ready to transform the way that consumers from across the globe handle their international money transfers.

Currency Exchanges Made Simple

Insurgence Media’s new website,, is a platform that utilises newly developed comparison technology to help consumers instantly find the best exchange rate ahead of making their international money transfers. To do this, it ranks each vendor based on live exchange rates, fee structures, and additional costs with the goal to help users save time and money. allows users to compare the prices and fee structures on over 1,000 currency pairings from over 70 countries with real-time information. The experienced team of finance experts and comparison website specialists have set out to make a significant impact on an industry that sees over $530 billion transferred annually.

Jonathan Merry, Co-Founder of Insurgence Media, announced:
“Sending money internationally, while improving in rates and ease, still has a long way to go before it has reached a level where people are getting good value for the service they are being offered. The facts speak for themselves and based on our research providers rates can differ by 90%+ with no difference in what they’re actually achieving.

“The vision is to bring honest and fair comparison to an industry that matters to so many, saving our customers both time and money.” is already available for users across the globe and collates data from all of the world’s major and trusted currency exchange vendors.

About Insurgence Media

Based in the UK, Insurgence Media is a startup company that launched in early 2019. Mr Merry and the team of highly-experienced professionals all boast in-depth knowledge of the finance industry as well as the financial comparison website sector, and look to bring that wealth of expertise to the table by helping consumers with their new digital product.

Based in Aldgate, London, offers a free service that’s primarily designed with individuals in mind. The platform can be used to compare exchanges for money transfers of all sizes.

While the startup’s focus is solely on, the prospect of future digital products is already in the pipeline, as is the possibility of adding more international currency pairings on the Money Transfers platform.

More information is available from Insurgence Media’s press contact Jonathan Merry, who can be contacted by email at or by telephone on +447527781729. Alternatively, you can contact the company directly by post at 30 Dukes Place, London, United Kingdom, EC3A 7LP

Contact Info:
Name: Jonathan Merry
Address: 30 Dukes Place, London, United Kingdom, EC3A 7LP
Phone: +447527781729


Release ID: 514203

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