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From: Nanaimo, British Columbia
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|A friend of mine has a giant container full of various coins, mostly foreign, and according to XE.com, worth quite the pretty penny, pardon the pun.|
The trouble is, any bank we go to to exchange these coins won't take it, so I'm turning to my fellow W's to see if any of you know what a brotha can do to get some of this exchanged to Canadian.
Any help would be appreciated.
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From: Right side of the tracks
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|Near an airport that has international flights, there should be a money changing place. |
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From: The Silver Spring in the Land of Mary.
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|According to my friend who works at Bank of America, it is a bank policy not to take foreign coins and take paper only because the money has to be mailed overseas.
The coins weigh more than the paper, so there ya go.
I suspect your Canadian banks have he same policy.
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Not that this is gonna help, but I have a Rio Nitrus player, it retails for about 100 bucks, but picked it up for about 25 bucks at a pawnshop. It charges pretty quick and holds about 300 songs.
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