wise card -latest at wise.com, Wise was launched in 2011 with the vision of making international money transfers cheap, fair, and simple. Today, our multi-currency account helps millions of people and businesses manage their money across the world. Here’s how we got here.
They’re both from Estonia. Taavet, who was the first employee at Skype, lived in London but got paid in euros. Kristo worked for Deloitte, also lived in London, and got paid in pounds. But he had a mortgage in euros back in Estonia.
They both moved their money with their banks — which had expensive fees and bad exchange rates. They knew there had to be a better way. So they put their heads together and invented a beautifully simple workaround.
We’re building money without borders — making it move faster, more conveniently, and eventually for free. Powering money for people and businesses: to pay, to get paid, to spend, in any currency, wherever you are, whatever you’re doing. It’s not empty words. Our teams are dedicated to making each part of it a reality.
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No toxic fees, no toxic waste
Spend with your eco card without any additional costs in more than 170 countries. When it’s time to part ways, you can dispose of your card safely – no harmful fumes are released.
Less ink, less waste
The eco card has little printed details, as you’ll see. Anything that wasn’t absolutely important to the card, like your pan number, was removed because ink isn’t biodegradable.
Made to biodegrade
The majority of bank cards are composed of PVC plastic, which degrades over 400 years. Utilizing sustainable materials, such as non-food corn, the Wise eco card is produced. Because life in plastic isn’t all that great.
Let’s get digital
In order to make contactless or online purchases, add your eco card to Google Pay or Apple Pay. You can always generate digital cards in the app if you want to reduce additional shipping emissions.
Wise give A better way to move money across borders
Each month, they looked up the real exchange rate on Reuters. Taavet put his euros into Kristo’s Estonian bank account, and Kristo topped up Taavet’s UK account with his pounds. Both got the currency they needed almost instantly, and neither paid an extra cent on bad exchange rates or unreasonable charges.
There was no waiting, no stress, and no extra cost. ‘There must be others like us…’ they thought. So they started a company, called it TransferWise, and hired a team to build the best way to send money between countries.
As we grew, we realised that people needed more than just money transfers. So we added a multi-currency account, a debit card, and a business account, and changed our name to Wise.
Our name may have changed but the heart of what we do is always the same: helping people manage their money internationally more cheaply, quickly, and transparently.
Millions of people and businesses trust us to move their money, saving them bank fees and time. With the Wise account, they hold balances in over 50 currencies, and use our debit card to shop and spend while abroad.
We’ve partnered with banks and companies like Monzo, Bolt, and GoCardless, to bring their customers better international banking. And people like Richard Branson, and PayPal co-founder Max Levchin, among others, have invested in our vision.