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How to make business payments to Thailand

Thailand exports a wide range of products including rice, refined petroleum, rubber and gold. With such a wide range of goods to choose from, you’ll need a fast, easy way to pay for them in the right currency. Thankfully, Azimo Business can help you save money, hassle and time. Continue reading to discover how. 

1. Pay a low fee on business transfers to Thailand

Fees are just one part of a money transfer. Low or zero fees combined with a fair exchange rate usually means you’re getting a great deal. You can always expect a low, transparent fee and fair exchange rate on business payments to Thailand. What’s more, you can:

  • Save up to 90% compared to banks and other providers

If you send at least one payment per month, your business can save around £1,000 per year.

  • Make speedy business transfers

Send instant transfers to suppliers in over 70 countries, including Thailand.

  • Send payments from your office or on the move 

Our award-winning app and website let you transfer money on the go.

*Some bank deposits can take between two and 24 hours.

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2. Get a business exchange rate alert for Thai baht 

Get a business exchange rate alert for Thai baht 

About to make a large overseas business payment? Register with Azimo’s business exchange rate alert service and get the rate you want for Thai baht.  

Instead of settling for a poor rate, you can choose one that offers better value for money. So, whenever the rate reaches this point, you’ll get an alert. That way, you can save time and get more baht for your money. 

After that, you can simply register with Azimo Business or log in to your account to proceed with your transfer.

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3. Use a price comparison tool

Imagine if you could compare the real costs of sending business payments to Thailand. Well, you can with the Azimo Business price comparison page. You’ll see how leading banks and other providers compare in terms of transfer fees, exchange rates and commission, i.e. the actual price you’ll pay. Often, you’ll find that traditional providers use low fees to mask poor exchange rates and high commissions.

4. Send money to any bank in Thailand

Send money to any bank in Thailand

You can send business money transfers to Thailand via bank deposit with Azimo Business. That includes transfers to banks such as: 

  • Bangkok bank.
  • SCB.
  • KBank.
  • Krungthai.
  • TMB.
  • Krungsri.
  • Thanachart Bank.
  • Kiatnakin Bank.

Before setting up your transfer, you’ll need your recipient’s:

  • Company name.
  • Email address (optional).
  • Address.
  • Bank name.
  • Account number.

For more general information about sending business payments, visit our guide to your first Azimo Business transfer.

5. Choose a safe and secure provider

Transferring business payments to Thailand can be confusing, especially if it’s your first time. Whether you’re sending money to suppliers in Bangkok or Phuket, peace of mind is essential. 

Above all, look for features such as:

  • FCA Authorisation.

All financial service providers in the UK must be authorised by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA). If you can’t find any evidence of FCA authorisation on a company’s website, steer well clear. The authorisation should include a reference number. Azimo’s FCA authorisation reference number is 900220.

  • 3-D Secure.

If you’re paying by credit or debit card, proper encryption is essential. 3-D Secure is the most common card payment security provider and “Verified by Visa” and “Mastercard SecureCode” are two of the most recognisable brands on the market.

  • Document verification.

If you’re sending money to Thailand, any competent money transfer provider will verify your identity and/or your company’s license to trade. Document verification takes anything from a few minutes to a couple of hours, but without it, your money is unlikely to be safe. Be suspicious of any provider that doesn’t check who you are – it means that potential fraudsters are free to use their service without verification.