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Isn't it the banks responsibility to verify currencies that they exchange?

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Post by jwilky Wed Mar 21, 2012 6:29 pm

I think it's a great idea to document (copy) each dinar note. However, this is a business transaction between two parties. If they accept the dinar and it turns out 2 weeks down the line that it's fake, isn't it now their problem? Are they allowed to come back to me and say they need to reverse the transaction? All of my dinar are fine, I'm just making sure we MUST do that amount of work if it's not necessary. I've searched high and low on various bank sites for their policy on "counterfeit foreign currency exchanges" and can't find anything.

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Post by Flinstone Wed Mar 21, 2012 6:33 pm

Think of it like taking a check from some misplaced prince in Nigeria. He sends you a check for $10,000.00 after buying your .99 cent trinket on ebay and asks you to send hime the change. You go to the bank and deposit it because it is written on a valid bank account. 2 weeks later, the check bounces because the people that own the valid account report the bad check. You bank in turn takes the money back out of your account.
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Post by jwilky Wed Mar 21, 2012 6:36 pm

I understand Flinstone, but this is a straight currency exchange. I'm not so sure it's the same thing as a check for cash exchange. Good point though.

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Post by Flinstone Wed Mar 21, 2012 6:38 pm

i think if you depoaited a conterfiet $100.00 bill and it was found shortly after you left, the same would happen(except the Feds would be all over you)
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Post by jwilky Wed Mar 21, 2012 6:42 pm

That's weird that you use that example, we just deposited a counterfeit $50 bill. It was a $20 that someone "whitewashed" into a $50. The bank told us and it wasn't credited to our account.

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