Savvy travellers go Web Surfing to find a Good Money Changer.
Regardless of whether you’re looking on the Internet, reading ads or following a recommendation, there are only a handful of hallmarks for a good money changer. These include:
Favourable rates; Convenient trading hours; as well as the most important of all… The absence of fees, commission, or supposed “taxes.”
In this exciting time of Internet wizardry, you can do all the research you need “on the Net.”
Banks and larger corporations will display their rates, but they will charge fees and their rates aren’t generally the best available. Yet, the fact is, even the most reputable money changer will not necessarily display rates, except at their facility.
What you want to do is to compare rates by either calling, coming in, or requesting a rate from the money changer’s home page. This is all a part of keeping the rates competitive for you and is actually a service. And when requested, any trustworthy money changer will be happy to share their rate with you and confirm the absence of any fees or commission or hidden costs.