The shame-faced chap in the Cardiff pub, told me he'd often thought of that fateful day when he unwittingly handed me dud Eurocheques
An ideal mix is to have a little cash for immediate expenses, and travellers' cheques or eurocheques
and debit or credit cards for larger purchases.
They cash Eurocheques
stolen in Germany, Switzerland and Belgium - presenting fake passports, driving licences or credit cards as identification.
For a two-week holiday I take two credit cards, about pounds 500 in cash - and I'm a great fan of Eurocheques
These checks consist of traveler's checks, eurocheques
and cashier's checks (the instruments) drawn on financial institutions located in, and denominated in the currencies of the United States, Germany and Great Britain.
are accepted in over 40 countries, but not in many French banks and retail outlets.
If you're going to Europe, an alternative to travellers cheques is Eurocheques