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bucknaked wrote: ↑Thu Nov 14, 2019 10:42 am
mentioning the last numbers, good suggestion, i was thinking of even taking a photo when i handed it over
in Australia banks charge between $8 to $10 for that service I just discovered...they are no public service business
maybe they don't in Cambodia?
I've also got to remember to reject the shitty worn and torn notes they palm off to me....
Just curious... do they have "credit unions" in Australia like they do here in the states? I can't stand the banks here in the states, especially the Bank of America (Bank that ROBS America). Maybe the exchange would be cheaper at a credit union if they have them?