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Travel Aids - Currency Trades

Guest Author - Taisha Turner

Do you need foreign currency for your next trip? Use International Currency Express, Inc. to convert your money into more than 60 different foreign currencies.

The money exchanges at the airports are pricey. They are the worst place to exchange funds. Some exchanges are closed late at night. You will need foreign currency to take a cab or ride the bus to the hotel.

Many countries in Southeast Asia do not use credit cards or have ATM machines. They operate on a cash basis. If you do plan to use your ATM card, check with your bank to verify that the card may be used in the designated country. Also, inquire about transaction fees.

If you are want to exchange funds for foreign currencies, try International Currency Express, Inc. www.foreignmoney.com The toll-free number is 1-888-278-6628. The fax is 1-310-278-6410.

Readers who live near major banks may be able to exchange funds for some foreign currencies. Call your local bank for assistance.

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