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If you've returned from holiday with some leftover Cayman Islands Dollars or have unwanted Cayman Islands Dollars that you want to exchange back into British Pounds, we can help you to find a buyer at a great rate.
Exchanging Cayman Islands Dollars back to Sterling in the high street can be a challenge because a lot of high street currency suppliers will only buy back Cayman Islands Dollars that they sold you in the first place, and most banks will only exchange currency if you're a customer - and even then they'll offer you a terrible buy back rate. Fortunately, a growing number of travel money providers are buying back Cayman Islands Dollars over the Internet; you can choose to post your Cayman Islands Dollars via insured Special Delivery, or sell it back in person by placing an order online and visiting them in-store. Our currency buy back partners can offer much better exchange rates than most high street providers because their overheads are lower, and they will buy back any Cayman Islands Dollars regardless of where they were originally purchased - no receipt necessary.
Over the past 90 days, the Cayman Islands Dollar buy back rate has increased by 0.90% from 1.1517 on 22nd October 2018 to 1.1621 today. Based on these figures, $150 is worth £1.17 less today than it did three months ago. During this period the Cayman Islands Dollar buy back rate hit a high of 1.17 on the 17th January and a low of 1.1089 on the 2nd January.
When selling Cayman Islands Dollars, lower rates are better because they amount of money you receive is calculated by dividing the number of Cayman Islands Dollars you have by the exchange rate (it's the opposite of buying currency). You can see more historical exchange rate data over longer time frames on our Cayman Islands Dollar exchange rate history page.
If you're selling Cayman Islands Dollars by post, the buy-back process can vary between buyers so we recommend you visit the buyer's website directly for specific instructions.
Exchanging Cayman Islands Dollars for Pounds Sterling over-the-counter is straightforward; simply find a buyer above using our comparison table (be sure to select the 'In person' filter to limit your results to buyers who can exchange over the counter) and visit their website for specific instructions and to find your nearest store. Typically you'll be given cash in exchange for your leftover Cayman Islands Dollars but some buyers may offer alternative options such as loading money onto a store card or gift voucher.
Selling Cayman Islands Dollars in person can save you money because you don't have to spend on postage, but there are a few things to bear in mind if you are considering using this method:
If you need receive Cayman Islands Dollars from an overseas account (either as a one-off payment or for multiple regular payments) you should use our money transfer service to request a free quote because you may be able to save even more on the exchange. Money transfer brokers specialise in transferring funds to and from overseas bank accounts at a fraction of the cost of the banks and with much better exchange rates. Typical examples include:
This service is only suitable for funds that are being transferred to and from bank accounts; it cannot be used for exchanging cash. If you require cash, please use the buy back service on this page instead.
We compiled a list of our most frequently-asked questions and sent them to a foreign exchange expert at Currency Online Group and for answering. If your question isn't answered below or you would like more information on the buy-back process, please contact us.
When sending in your currency order you should use Royal Mail Special insured delivery. You can insure the package for either £500, £1000 or £2500. It costs between £6.50 to £9.50 for the insurance and arrives the next working day. It is very rare for the Royal Mail to ever lose a special delivery package as it goes through a more secure process than regular mail and should the unlikely ever happen the Royal Mail will repay the GBP value of the currency from the insurance. There is nothing on the package to suggest what is inside and needs to be signed for at the other end. It is just as safe, if not safer, as ordering anything else online.
Yes, it is very safe. Royal Mail's special delivery service goes through a more secure process than regular mail. It is very rare for the Royal Mail to ever lose a special delivery package and should this ever happen the Royal Mail will re-pay the GBP value of the currency.
You will be paid within 3 working days via bank transfer to your chosen bank account.
The GBP will need to be paid into an account in your own name. You could call us to explain any reason why you might need it paid to another account and we can advise how we can help.
For small amounts of currency, no ID will be required. For larger amounts of currency, ID will be automatically requested via the website as well as questions and further documents to prove where the money has come from. This is to adhere to regulatory obligations which are required by law, and also help mitigate the risks associated with criminals attempting to use our products to launder money or commit fraud.
The exchange rate you will receive will be the rate on the day we receive the currency. Rates do not normally move much from day to day however you could receive slightly less or more than when placing your order.
If you are not happy with the amount of GBP we offer we can arrange for the currency you sent us to be returned to you.
We can arrange to exchange your currency for another currency other than GBP. In this case, we would buy your currency at the live Market rate then sell you the currency requested at the rates on our website. This way you are only being charged one way on the exchange rate. It is best to contact us to let us know you would like to exchange to another currency and make a note on the print out form you send in with your currency. We will then arrange for the new currency to be sent to you via Royal Mail special delivery.
Countries often update their notes, so we try to keep our system up-to-date and when you select any recently affected currencies you should be notified of the change. We recommend double checking any currency that you have had lying around for a while before sending them to us. Unfortunately, there is absolutely nothing we can do with them once they get outmoded by the country in question. We'll do our best to make sure our website lets you know when you fill in one of these currencies anyway. But if you have any doubt, then double check just in case. Any outdated currency will be returned to you.
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