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Sell Malaysian Ringgits online: Compare today's best Malaysian Ringgit buy back exchange rates

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Buy Back Rate: 5.4428
You Get: £137.80
Buy Back Rate: 5.4430
You Get: £137.79
Buy Back Rate: 5.5987
You Get: £133.96
Buy Back Rate: 5.6620
You Get: £132.46
Buy Back Rate: 5.6620
You Get: £132.46
Buy Back Rate: 5.6620
You Get: £132.46
Buy Back Rate: 5.7684
You Get: £130.02
Buy Back Rate: 5.9560
You Get: £125.92
Buy Back Rate: 5.9560
You Get: £125.92
Buy Back Rate: 5.9995
You Get: £125.01
Buy Back Rate: 6.0000
You Get: £125.00
Buy Back Rate: 6.0059
You Get: £124.88
Buy Back Rate: 7.1685
You Get: £104.62

Sell Malaysian Ringgits Online

If you’ve ever tried selling left-over Malaysian Ringgits in the high street you’ll know how difficult it can be to find a good deal. Banks and travel agents typically offer very poor exchange rates, many bureau de change add fees or commission to your order and some currency suppliers will only buy back Malaysian Ringgits that they originally sold you in the first place. If that isn’t bad enough there is no standard procedure for buying currency back in the UK; every supplier has a slightly different ordering process and often you can be waiting for weeks before you see any money.

Fortunately there are a growing number of currency traders who are willing to buy Malaysian Ringgits sent to them by post – and at much better rates than you’ll find anywhere in the high street. The currency buyers we compare above are all licenced foreign exchange dealers based right here in the UK and they’ll buy any unwanted Malaysian Ringgits regardless of where there were originally purchased – no receipt required.

What’s the catch? There is no catch. These suppliers are able to offer such great rates because they trade in large volumes of currency and are able to sell your Malaysian Ringgits straight on to new customers instead of incurring additional costs by going to the bank, and these savings are passed directly on to you.

Ordering is simple: choose a buyer, fill out an online form, print it and post it together with your currency. You’ll be notified as soon as your currency has been received and you can expect payment within three working days directly into your nominated bank account.

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7 Day Buy Back Rate History

Over the past week the Malaysian Ringgit buy back rate has improved by 1.03% from last Friday's rate of 5.4997 to today's rate of 5.4428 which means RM750 is worth £1.43 more today than it did a week ago. During this period the worst time to sell was on Friday at 5.4997 and the best time to sell was on Tuesday at 5.4427.

90 Day Buy Back Rate History

The 90 day outlook has seen the Malaysian Ringgit buy back rate worsen by 0.09% from 5.4379 on 22nd June 2018 to 5.4428 today. Based on these figures, RM750 is worth RM0.12 less today than it did three months ago. The worst buy back rate we recorded was 5.4997 on 14th September 2018 and the best buy back rate we recorded was 5.3397 on 3rd September 2018.

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