currency exchange problem

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explorer
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Re: currency exchange problem

Post by explorer » Wed Oct 31, 2018 8:19 pm

Nobody knows whether you will be able to get it exchanged or not.

I would try the banks which do a lot of currency exchange, such as Canadia, ANZ and Maybank.

You will need small notes such as $10 and $20 anyway. Just go into a bank and ask if they will change it for $10s and $20s. If one wont exchange it try another.

When I get $100 notes from an ATM, I go straight into the bank and change them for smaller notes. This is free.
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Re: currency exchange problem

Post by b1twise » Fri Nov 02, 2018 2:33 am

A decade ago, money changers wouldn't exchange 1996 100$ bills. Real or not, the rumor was that fake bills were being circulated. I'd think a bank would be your best choice for exchanging.
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