Frequently Asked Questions

Why should I choose Brisk money exchange?

Australian law firm Brisk money exchange, registered in Australia with registration number ABN: 22645162456, operates under the auspices of the Australian Government and AUSTRAC.
Extensive network and specialized and financial support This, with the support of specialized and experienced financial and risk personnel, increases the accuracy and speed of sending remittances through Brisk money exchange.

When is the right time to send a remittance?

The best time to deposit money into a Brisk money exchange account and send currency from Australia is Monday to Thursday each week from 10am to 5pm Eastern Australian time. Note that it is not possible to deposit money in the recipient’s accounts during the official holidays of the destination country. Such remittances will be sent on the first working day after the holidays.

How am I notified of a deposit at the destination?

Upon completion of the documents, Brisk money exchange experts will immediately inform the sender / recipient of the remittance in the country of origin and destination via phone, email and SMS immediately after sending the remittance to the destination account.

Can I protect my transfer against market movement?

As the foreign exchange market is so volatile,currency risk can be a real concern. We appreciate that a bit of added security can really help put your mind at ease, and our services reflect that. Transfer options like Limit Orders and Forward Contracts ensure that you can protect funds from any adverse shifts in the market.

Is my personal information protected ?

Under Australian Government law, a risk-free financial company, as an official exchange registered in Australia, is required to report foreign currency transfers to its customers to AUSTRAC. Brisk money exchange under the privacy laws of individuals and companies in Australia and other countries, is obliged to respect and respect it, and all information, documents and the amount of remittances sent by customers to this exchange is protected and confidential.

How long is the validity of the documents sent for transfer to a Brisk money exchange?

According to the laws and regulations of the countries of Australia (Juctices of the PeaceJP or Certified) and in Iran, the original documents, safe delivery, until the validity of your identification documents in Australia, Iran and other countries, you do not need Do not resubmit documents. If there is a problem in sending the remittance the next time, the previously confirmed document (SUSPEND) or its expiration date has passed, it is necessary to re-upload the new documents. It should be noted that in case of relocation of the address in the Australian states, it is necessary to re-upload the identity document appropriate to that state.

How does the Brisk money exchange transfer process work?

After opening an account, agreeing a rate with your personal Account Manager and receiving order confirmation, you’ll be asked to supply details of the beneficiary account before sending your funds to your Brisk money exchange client account. After the funds have cleared, your foreign currency is immediately sent to your beneficiary account – it’s as easy as that!

How to transfer through Brisk money exchange?

Remittance is done by a Brisk money exchange in two ways in-person and out-of-person.
You can contact Brisk money exchange experts with the numbers provided in the Contact Us section or the contact number (+61)436017707  via WhatsApp, Telegram and telephone, as well as by email AU@briskmonex.com.

When is the money in the destination account?

It should be noted that according to Australian banking and anti-money laundering laws, online remittances within Australia will usually be deducted from the recipient’s account within 24 to 48 hours after the online remittance is sent from the destination to Australia. This time is out of the control of risk-free exchange.
Please note that it is not possible to deposit money into Australian accounts on Saturdays and Sundays and other Australian public holidays. These types of remittances will be sent on the first working day after the holiday.

Is transferring funds easier than using a bank?

While using your bank for foreign currency transfers might seem  like the simplest option, using a specialist broker like Brisk money exchange can make the process more streamlined and considerably more cost-effective .

How much does it cost to make a transfer?

Opening an account with Brisk Money Exchange is free, and there’s no obligation to trade. Furthermore, Brisk money exchange will secure you a competitive exchange rate and won’t charge transfer fees or commission.

What security measures do you have in place?

When you use Brisk money exchange to handle your foreign currency transfers, you can relax in the knowledge that your money is safe and totally secure. BriskMonex Pty Limited is regulated in Australia by ASIC and under the Anti-Money Laundering and Counter Terrorism Financing Act 2006 is regulated by the Australian Transaction Reports and Analysis Centre ‘AUSTRAC’.

What are the documents required to send a remittance?

Anti-money laundering laws are being strictly enforced in Australia and other countries. Accordingly, the Brisk money exchange group is obliged and committed to authenticate the recipient and sender of the remittance. All the required legal information is requested in the remittance submission form. For the first sending of currency, depending on the amount of the remittance, one or two identity documents, including the original document, equal to the original in the notarized or certified, along with a transparent and color scan of the certificate, passport or student card with Medicare card or other documents Attach an official Australian or Iranian in the “Account Management” section.
It should be noted that a Brisk money exchange broker in Iran is an exchange that operates under the supervision of the Central Bank of Iran, so to receive and pay in Rials, view the identification documents of the sender or receiver in Rials containing the national number or send A notarized identification document is required.

Does sending money to account in the country of origin constitute final approval and remittance?

No, any remittance can be sent in accordance with anti-money laundering and anti-terrorism laws and regulations in the countries of origin and destination and with the final approval of a safe exchange. Therefore, this exchange, as a private financial institution, is free to reject or accept all requests and can stop sending any remittance based on any of the terms and conditions and inform the sender and beneficiary (recipient). And, if necessary, inform the legal authorities of the countries of origin or destination.
It should be noted that a risk-free exchange does not have to announce the reason for stopping sending remittances to the customer and will only be accountable to legal authorities.

Frequently Asked Questions


Here we provide answers to some of the most common questions we’re asked. If you don’t see your question here, please email info@briskmonex.com or get in touch with your Account Manager.