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Post by RamblerNash on Wed Oct 02, 2019 10:52 pm

AJTexas:  This past Monday, I went to Chase Bank, located in South Houston, to conduct some business. Before leaving, I stopped by the Private Client Service Manager's office to see if she had any news regarding the currency revaluation exchange process.

This is the same bank where I bought my Viet Nam and Indonesian currencies over the past six years. I asked her had she received any information lately about when they will start the Iraqi exchange process.

She stated that they were trained and ready to go as soon as they give them the ok. I told her I had quite a bit of currency to exchange. She then told me she knew how much I had!

I was surprised when she said to me that she knew I had purchased a lot from her bank! I then told her I had four different currencies, IQD, IND, ZWE, and VND. She asked me where are you keeping all that currency you hold? I told her in a safe deposit box .

She advised me to make sure I shopped around for the best rates once the exchange starts and to ensure that I negotiate based on how much I hold. She had my business card for six years now, she stated that she will give me a call as soon as she got the ok. That's my bank story!

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