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  • How can I trust you? 9 things you should know before using a currency exchange

    How can I trust you? 9 things you should know before using a currency exchange

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    To help you safely navigate your options, we've identified 9 things you should know about your currency dealer before making a purchase. Read More

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  • Currency Scams: Staying Safe

    Currency Scams: Staying Safe

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    For every legitimate business offering currency exchange, there are numerous scams. This article outlines some of the prominent scam tactics witnessed in our 12 years in the industry. Read More

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  • Currency Revaluation or "Reval"

    Currency Revaluation or "Reval"

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    We would like to address some of the facts about the revaluation process and shed some light on the history of currency revaluations (and devaluations). As a preface to this discussion, we would like to reiterate that this article is a purely... Read More

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Q+A

  • Jay  |   New York  |   Mar 9 2017
    Q. My son is going to be going to France soon - do you sell the Euro?
    A. Yes, we exchange over 70 different currencies at this time. You will find that our rates are very competitive and because you will be paying with a bank check will not be faced with additional charges from your credit card company.
  • Marion  |   IL  |   Mar 1 2017
    Q. How quickly will I get my check when I sell back to you?
    A. We ship every redemption check via FedEX standard overnight service so most people get their check on the next business day after we receive it. We guarantee two business day delivery because sometimes the package with your currency arrives after our cutoff.
  • Leo W  |   Alabama  |   Feb 28 2017
    Q. Why do we have to give photo of driver license and social security number?
    A. As a registered MSB (Money Services Business) we are given guidelines from the US Treasury Department regarding transactions where secured funds are involved. The treasury regards these transactions as cash transactions. These rules were set up to identify people who might be laundering money. It is known as the "know your customer" rule outlined under the Patriot Act Compliance guidelines.